Leaked Dodge Challenger SRT Demon Image Surfaces Online

Posted April 10, 2017

We are a week away from the next New York Auto Show and we can't wait to be at the event. Should the octane level drop while on the move, a message in the instrument cluster tells the driver the vehicle will use regular until the engine is shut off and restarted. The video clip themed Fuel & Fire suggests that the engine can come with a tuning that is ideal for higher octane fuels thus promising even greater power figures. The high-octane fuel can already be found at many major gas stations but if you prefer regular 91-octane fuel, a button on the dash lets you swap between the two.

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Engine knock, also known as pinging, is a sort of rattling sound made when extra pockets of air-fuel ignite within an engine cylinder. In order to prevent damage to the motor the Demon's PCM will know via the knock sensors if the high octane fuel is too low for the mixture and override the system by just running on the premium gas. If the weekly teases are to be referred to, the Demon seems likely to run on a V8 engine that can develop more than 800hp. The auto will use either 100+ high octane unleaded fuel or a 91-octane unleaded fuel on demand.

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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.

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The hashtag #DodgeDemon is the next part that will be seen in the Dodge performance story. That campaign will (mercifully) come to an end next week when the new Challenger breaks cover during the New York Auto Show. And in case you think Dodge hasn't had enough video teasers leading up to the event, the brand says there will be final video snippet tomorrow.