One of five 2018 Dodge Challenger Demon models modified by SpeedKore Performance Group and equipped with a carbon fiber body is currently up for auction.
This particular car was used as a development vehicle for SpeedKore to develop its carbon fiber parts while also showcasing its previously impregnated carbon fiber manufacturing process. The car is sold with a window sticker, manufacturer’s literature, and a clean Wisconsin title.
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The carbon fiber body panels are approximately 200 lbs (90 kg) lighter than the car’s factory steel panels and add a very unique appeal to the muscle car. Rounding out the look are the 18 × 11-inch black wheels at all four corners with Nitto NT05R 315/40 drag spokes front and rear.
Inside, the SpeedKore carbon fiber-lined special Demon looks largely standard and includes black leather seats with Alcantara inserts and white stitching.
No modifications have been made to the mechanical components of the vehicle. Consequently, it continues to be powered by a 6.2-liter supercharged V8 engine that produces 808 hp and 717 lb-ft (917 Nm) of torque. The engine that powers the Demon, of course, is based on the engine of Dodge’s various Hellcat models, but includes reinforced connecting rods and pistons, a modified valve train and cooling system, dual-stage fuel pumps, and a red line highest.
Dodge only built 3,300 examples of the Demon and the Bring a trailer Auction says this is # 118. It has only 200 miles (320 km) on the watch and the factory warranty has not yet been activated.