It only has six miles on the clock, so it's practically brand new.
The Dodge Challenger SRT Demon is, and remains, the most extreme muscle car ever built. Adding to its cachet is the fact that only 3,300 of them were built, making them both fairly rare and highly sought after. We've seen several unique examples for sale recently, including a custom Dodge Demon convertible and an eye-catching green version owned by Eagles quarterback Carson Wentz. This Dodge Demon, on the other hand, has been rationed on an extensive carbon fiber diet to help this big beast shed a few pounds.
Four Dodge Demons were given the carbon fiber treatment by Speedkore, an American performance car company that specializes in carbon fiber vehicles. The first carbon fiber Dodge Demon debuted at the 2018 SEMA show - and you can own the last one they ever made.
Listed for sale on DuPont by Texas dealer BJ Motors, every body panel on this Dodge Demon has been replaced with the lightweight material, creating a more striking appearance that goes with the weight loss. As a result of this carbon fiber diet, Speedkore's Dodge Demon is 200 pounds lighter than the standard version.
Under the hood, the Dodge Demon's 6.2-liter V8 has been left stock, but then again it isn't exactly underpowered. When running on racing fuel, the V8 unit sends a whopping 840 horsepower and 770 lb-ft of torque to the rear wheels. No other muscle car has created so much output from the factory. Yet it appears this particular example was never enjoyed like it's supposed to be.
Amazingly, this custom Demon listed for sale has a mere six miles on the odometer, so it's practically brand new. BJ Motors is charging $169,995 to own the last ever carbon fiber-bodied Dodge Demon. Originally, a stock Demon would have set you back at least $84,995, but considering this car's rarity, carbon fiber body, and low mileage, $169,995 seems like a fair asking price.