2018 Dodge Demon vs Hellcat Challenger – Major Differences

After the announcement of the new Dodge Demon, for the next 2018 we have another muscle car. Which is not new, but it has been redesigned and basically is the same car with a different name. Yes, we are talking about the 2018 Hellcat, which now has some cool features and equipment, so let’s see the major differences between the Demon and the Hellcat.

First, we will talk about the 2018 Dodge Challenger SRT Hellcat, which now is equipped with the same fender flares as the Demon. The engine under the hood remains the same, Supercharged Chrysler’s 6.2 liter, 370 cubic-inch small-block SRT Hemi Hellcat V8 engine, which delivers 707 horsepower and 650 lb. -ft. of torque. Now the Hellcat has larger 20 x 11-inch “Devil’s Rim” equipped with 305/35 ZR20 Pirelli P Zero tires. With these wider tires from 0 to 60 mph takes just 3.4 seconds and 1/4 mile time is 10.9 seconds. The price for this Hellcat starts at $71,495.00.


The 2018 Dodge Challenger SRT Demon on the other hand beside the fender flares, has a forced induction hood. The engine is Supercharged Chryslers 378 cubic-inch, 6.2 liter HEMI small-block SRT Hemi Demon V8 engine. With 2.7 liter supercharger, which generates 14.5 pounds of boost, the engine produces 840 horsepower and 770 lb. -ft. of torque. The 18-inch Demon wheels are wrapped with P315/40R 18 NT05R Nitto drag radials. 2.3 seconds from 0 to 60 mph, and 9.65 seconds 1/4 mile time at 140 mph. The price starts at $84,995.00.


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