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Widebody Kit And Huge Alloys Make The Challenger SRT Look Even More Macho 2
Dec
Posted by Carscoops Staff in Dodge, Dodge Challenger, Forgiato, SRT, tuning on 12 2nd, 2017


We have nothing against the stock alloys with which Dodge fits its Challenger, in all its various iterations. But a vehicle with that much presence on the street is just begging for a wheel swap.

That’s just what Forgiato did to this silver example, fitting it with a set of its forged Appuntito-ECL rims in silver with cobalt-blue trim.

The deep-dish alloys do an excellent job of showcasing the SRT’s big vented Brembo brakes with their red calipers and are coated in a thin layer of Pirelli P Zero Nero rubber. While we can’t quite make out just how big these particular units are, they come in sizes ranging from 19 inches all the way up to 26 – and they look a fair bit bigger than the stock 20-inchers.

Now, this appears to be a “regular” Challenger SRT, which comes standard these days with 485 horsepower – not the 707-horse Hellcat or the 840-hp Demon. But it certainly looks the business thanks to the aftermarket widebody kit it’s wearing, which is perfect for keeping those big rollers inside the fenders.

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Widebody Kit And Huge Alloys Make The Challenger SRT Look Even More Macho 2
Dec
Posted by Carscoops Staff in Dodge, Dodge Challenger, Forgiato, SRT, tuning on 12 2nd, 2017


We have nothing against the stock alloys with which Dodge fits its Challenger, in all its various iterations. But a vehicle with that much presence on the street is just begging for a wheel swap.

That’s just what Forgiato did to this silver example, fitting it with a set of its forged Appuntito-ECL rims in silver with cobalt-blue trim.

The deep-dish alloys do an excellent job of showcasing the SRT’s big vented Brembo brakes with their red calipers and are coated in a thin layer of Pirelli P Zero Nero rubber. While we can’t quite make out just how big these particular units are, they come in sizes ranging from 19 inches all the way up to 26 – and they look a fair bit bigger than the stock 20-inchers.

Now, this appears to be a “regular” Challenger SRT, which comes standard these days with 485 horsepower – not the 707-horse Hellcat or the 840-hp Demon. But it certainly looks the business thanks to the aftermarket widebody kit it’s wearing, which is perfect for keeping those big rollers inside the fenders.

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Here’s A Take On The Facelifted 2019 Dodge Charger SRT Hellcat 17
Nov
Posted by Cristian Gnaticov in Dodge, Dodge Challenger, Dodge Charger, Hellcat, Renderings, SRT on 11 17th, 2017


It’s hard to believe that more than three years have passed by since Dodge first introduced us to the Charger SRT Hellcat, isn’t it?

During this time, the super saloon has proved its credentials against some very powerful machines, coming out on top in most cases. An entirely new generation of the Charger and Challenger will reportedly make their way onto the market in 2021, but before they do, Dodge will update both cars in 2019.

So what should we expect from the two popular vehicles? Well, according to Enoch Gabriel Gonzales’ vision, plenty of visual drama, as his renderings are very optimistic, to say the least.

The artist has focused on the range-topping version of the Charger, the SRT Hellcat, fitting it with new bumpers and lights and toning down some of its aggressive lines. While the front end looks quite nice, the rear isn’t exactly appealing with those gigantic taillights.

Of course, we will have to wait at least one more year before seeing what the FCA-owned brand has in store for the Challenger and Charger, and if their upgrades will include any work carried under the hood of the Hellcats, although with 707 HP at their disposal already, we doubt anyone would mind if Chevy left the supercharged V8 well alone.

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Dodge Begins Shipping the 2018 Challenger SRT Demon 10
Nov
Posted by Michael Gauthier in Dodge, Dodge Challenger, SRT on 11 10th, 2017


The Dodge Challenger SRT Demon is finally headed to dealerships and eager customers.

Saying “Ready or not, we don’t care,” Dodge confirmed it began shipping the Demon earlier today and it will soon arrive in the hands of 3,300 customers.

Unveiled at the New York Auto Show, the Dodge Challenger SRT Demon is billed as the “industry’s first and only purpose-built, street-legal production drag car.” It features a supercharged 6.2-liter V8 engine that produces up to 840 hp (626 kW) and 770 lb-ft (1042 Nm) of torque. The engine is connected to an eight-speed automatic transmission which enables the model to accelerate from 0-60 mph in 2.3 seconds and run the quarter-mile in 9.65 seconds at 140 mph (225 km/h).

Pricing starts at $84,995 and each model comes with a leather-bound track tech manual written by the editors of Hot Rod magazine. Customers can also order Demon Authentication Package which costs $1 and includes the car’s build sheet, an archive portfolio, and a carbon-fiber card that features the owner’s name, vehicle VIN, serial number, and production option sales codes.

Perhaps the coolest option is the Demon Crate which enables the car to unlock its full potential. Priced from $1, the package includes a performance powertrain control module with a high-octane engine calibration, a conical air filter, front-runner drag wheels, and a passenger mirror block-off plate. The package also includes a number of tools such as a hydraulic floor jack, an impact wrench, and a torque wrench.

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New Dodge Challenger SRT Demon Impresses In Latest Review 30
Sep
Posted by Michael Gauthier in Dodge, Dodge Challenger, Dodge Videos, reviews, SRT, SRT Videos, video on 09 30th, 2017


The Dodge Challenger SRT Demon is one of the most extreme vehicles ever created and MotorWeek recently got its hands on the highly anticipated muscle car.
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Demon Is An Angel In Disguise, Hype Boosts Dodge Challenger Sales To New Record 18
Sep
Posted by Michael Gauthier in Dodge, Dodge Challenger, Reports, SRT on 09 18th, 2017


The Dodge Challenger SRT Demon hasn't even gone into production but the company is already heralding the model as a resounding success.
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Attention All Stormtroopers, This Dodge Challenger Is For You 2
Sep
Posted by Sergiu Tudose in Dodge, Dodge Challenger, Forgiato, SRT, tuning, Wheels on 09 2nd, 2017


Either this car was modded according to somebody who really loved sci-fi movies in the late 70's and early 80's, or the owner really likes predominantly white muscle cars.
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Manual Gen-5 Viper Sets 1/4 Mile World Record With 9.28s Run 18
Aug
Posted by Sergiu Tudose in Dodge Videos, Dodge Viper, Drag-Racing, Record, SRT, SRT Viper, tuning, video on 08 18th, 2017


In case you were wondering which was the world's fastest manual gen-5 SRT Viper, look no further than this twin-turbo beast.
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Dodge Prices 475 HP 2018 Durango SRT From $62,995 6
Jul
Posted by Sergiu Tudose in Dodge, Dodge Durango, Galleries, new cars, prices, SRT on 07 6th, 2017


Powered by a 475 HP HEMI V8, the 2018 Durango SRT is calling itself America's fastest, most powerful and most capable three-row SUV.
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This Viper-Powered Ram SRT-10 Packs A Supercharged Secret 3
Jul
Posted by Carscoops Staff in auction, Dodge, Dodge Ram, Dodge Viper, SRT, Trucks, tuning on 07 3rd, 2017


When Dodge released the Ram SRT-10 back in 2004, most people probably thought it was bonkers. We wouldn't be sure how else to describe a pickup with a Viper engine. Still, at least one person thought that wasn't enough, so he built this one.
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Dodge Challenger SRT Demon Allocation Plan Encourages Dealers To Sell At MSRP 20
Jun
Posted by Michael Gauthier in Dodge, Dodge Challenger, SRT on 06 20th, 2017


Fans have been eager to get their hands on the Dodge Challenger SRT Demon and the company has just released its allocation plan for the highly-anticipated model.
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Dodge Demon Fires Up Its V8 Engine In The Real World 25
May
Posted by Cristian Gnaticov in Dodge, Dodge Challenger, Dodge Demon, Dodge Videos, reviews, SRT, video on 05 25th, 2017


You might think that after the extensive teasing and marketing campaign surrounding the new Dodge Challenger SRT Demon, you can easily find out what driving it feels like.
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Dodge Challenger SRT Demon Goes On Sale From $84,995, Optional Demon Crate Costs $1 23
May
Posted by Cristian Gnaticov in Dodge, Dodge Challenger, Dodge Demon, new cars, prices, SRT on 05 23rd, 2017


Dodge have kept their word as they are offering the new Challenger SRT Demon from well under $100,000, on the US market.
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Don’t Put A Deposit Down On The Dodge Challenger SRT Demon Just Yet 16
May
Posted by Michael Gauthier in Dodge, Dodge Challenger, SRT on 05 16th, 2017


If you can't wait to get your hands on the Dodge Challenger SRT Demon, you've probably already thought about securing your place in line for one of the 3,000 units that will be offered in the United States.
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Dodge Challenger SRT Demon Tries On Topless Look 15
May
Posted by Cristian Gnaticov in Dodge, Dodge Challenger, Dodge Demon, new cars, Renderings, SRT on 05 15th, 2017


Summer is coming here in the northern hemisphere, so how about imagining the Dodge Challenger SRT Demon as a convertible?
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