Last 2018 Dodge Challenger SRT Demon Rolls Off the Brampton Assembly Plant Line
When you take a look back over how time dictates that everything goes by so quickly, ...
When you take a look back over how time dictates that everything goes by so quickly, it’s pretty amazing how much progress we’ve made. It seems like just yesterday we were getting to check out the marketing materials for an exciting new car, a machine that went by the name of the “Demon” and promised a whole plethora of features that would really set it apart from the pack, offering up a real one-of-a-kind drag racing machine that would come with major supercharged power straight out the box, and thus to put it into the nine-second range in a quarter mile without any sort of modification at all. Just stomp the throttle and go.
Since then, we’ve seen speculation fall and the real players lay it down on the drag strip, proving their worth and leaving behind everybody’s what-ifs and maybes, really cementing history. The exciting part of it all is that we have really just scratched the surface on what exactly the Dodge Demon is capable of as drivers are taking their versions of the car to the strip to lay down some baseline passes and maybe throw some basic modifications at them. However, the real show is still to come but it will be coming from the cars that you already see on the streets today.
If you follow along with the video below, you’ll get a unique chance to look inside a Dodge factory as the last ever Demon rolls off of the line. This means that, if Dodge keeps their word and never produces the Demon again, the 3300 units that are either in the hands of their new owners or on dealership lots will really limit your opportunity to be the one and only owner of one of these cars. In fact, we would be inclined to think that they’re all pretty much spoken for this point. The video that you are witnessing is really unfolding a piece of history in front of our own two eyes.