Despite the fact that the 2018 Dodge Challenger SRT Demon broke into the nines and carried 840 horsepower under the hood (the most of any muscle car before or since), one thing is clear: it could still be faster if it went on a diet. Not just removing of the passenger seats, or other creature comforts that have little use in the pursuit of speed, no. But a full sheetmetal replacement made up of pure carbon fiber. There’s only one company that’s so far proven itself insane enough to make this happen: Wisconsin-based Speedkore Performance Group.
To really hit home the point, the first Speedkore Dodge Demon was revealed at the 2018 SEMA Show. Shortly after, it ran a record-setting 8.6-second quarter-mile at 159.54 mph. Granted, it had 1,400 horsepower to the crank and 980 horsepower to the wheels to supplement the 200-lb weight loss.
Afterwards, Speedkore built a total of four carbon fiber Dodge Challenger SRT Demons. This extremely rare example is one of them. Somehow, the original owner completely resisted the urge to drive it at all, as this one has just six measly miles on the odometer. It’s also the fourth and final Demon built by Speedkore.
This Speedkore Dodge Demon has been listed by Texas dealer BJ Motors on DuPont Registry for a significant $169,995. The listing claims that financing is available, and trade-ins are even considered. So if you’re willing to get creative, or if you simply have the cash, you better act fast. Faster than this thing can holeshot the drag strip.