When Dodge initially teased the Challenger SRT Demon, it was poised to be the world’s fastest, most powerful production muscle car.
With 800+ horsepower, a 9.65-second 1/4-mile ET, and the largest hood scoop ever attached to a production vehicle, Dodge made sure it delivered. (You can read more incredible Demon facts here.)
But now, the Demon’s legacy may be over—this press release from FCA US LLC (Dodge’s parent company) says that the last of the Demon’s 3,300-unit production run just rolled out of the factory.
The last-ever 2018 Demon will be paired with the last-ever 2017 Dodge Viper and they’ll be sent to the Barrett-Jackson Northeast Auction June 20-23, 2018, where they’ll both be sold-off to benefit the United Way charity.
Though online auction registration has ended, you can see the auction details are here.
Early on, Dodge made it clear that the Demon was a limited-production vehicle, and the company has been quiet about any plans for a future iteration of its record-breaking muscle car.
If you’re a Mopar fan and still have that go-fast itch however, the 2018 Challenger Hellcat is still available—but you’ll have to make do with “just” 707 horsepower.