Here's How To Order Hennessey's Demon Slaying Camaro Exorcist

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Straight from John Hennessey himself.

There has been a lot of hoopla surrounding the new Dodge Demon and how hard it will be to obtain one. FCA has already put measures in place to prevent dealer markups, but these measures may or not be 100 percent effective. For the people who hate dealing with all of the dealer nonsense, Hennessey Performance is ready with its all-new Camaro ZL1 Exorcist. This tuned ZL1 is a direct competitor to the Dodge Demon and makes even more power: 1,000 horsepower and 966 lb-ft of torque. It may also be much easier to order.

Even though the Exorcist is not a factory vehicle, Hennessey can sell the car through a Chevrolet dealer and match customers who don't currently own a ZL1 with their local dealership of choice. John Hennessey himself takes the Exorcist for a test drive and explains exactly how to order one.

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The car will take between eight to twelve weeks to prep (if the ZL1 has already been sourced). After that, Hennessey gives the car 14 psi of boost and a higher flowing supercharger with an intercooler system to hit that 1,000 hp mark. The kit costs $55,000 for the Exorcist Package with a few additional options available. Hennessey will even help customers spec out the ZL1. The Exorcist can be built as a coupe or convertible with the 10-speed automatic or six-speed manual. Hennessey recommends the coupe with the automatic for customers who specifically want to be able to beat the Demon. Once the car is done at Hennessey, it will be shipped to the buyer's local Chevy dealership for delivery.

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