Dodge Demon to Run on Racing Gas

The vehicle will be fully revealed April 11. We'll have full details on the Dodge Challenger Demon when it's revealed at the New York Auto Show next week.

Just like in the previous teasers, Dodge shows the 2018 Dodge Challenger SRT Demon in an undisclosed Dodge test facility.

Dodge's forthcoming halo vehicle, the Challenger SRT Demon, will have expensive taste.

To prepare the Demon to utilize this high-octane fuel variety, drivers will have to use separately-shipped Direct Connection Performance parts.

The 2018 Dodge Challenger SRT Demon is definitely the much-awaited vehicle at the 2017 New York Auto Show but unfortunately, the last video did not contain any additional information about the vehicle.

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The 2018 Dodge Challenger SRT Demon will be the first vehicle made by company that will have the design that will be feasible for both track and road. High-performance engines often have higher compression ratios and thus need fuel with higher octane ratings to avoid knocking.

When race gas mode isn't activated, the Demon will happily slurp down pump gas.

Unlike the Hellcat, which has only one fuel pump, the Demon will have two pumps in addition to larger injectors and higher fuel rail pressure. This will all happen by optimizing the spark timing.

Judging from Dodge's teaser video, Lock and Load, it's becoming apparent that the upcoming Demon is set to crush the potent Challenger SRT Hellcat. Drag racers will see big changes in elapsed time (ET) with the high-octane fuel. That campaign will (mercifully) come to an end next week when the new Challenger breaks cover during the New York Auto Show.

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