One of just five 2018 Dodge Challenger Monster models modified by SpeedCor Performance Group and designed with a carbon fiber body is currently up for auction.
This particular car was used as a development vehicle for Speedcore to develop its carbon fiber parts, while also showcasing its pre-installed carbon fiber manufacturing process. The car is being sold with a window sticker, manufacturer’s literature and a clean Wisconsin title.
See also: Speedcore’s carbon-bodied, 1200 hp Monster is a sub-9 second 1/4 mile
The carbon fiber body panel is about 200 pounds (90 kg) lighter than the car’s factory steel panel and has a very unique appeal to the muscle car. The 315/40 Nitto NT05R drag radial front and rear are blackened with 18 × 11 inch wheels on all four corners to complete the exterior appearance.
Inside, SpeedKore’s exclusive carbon-fiber-clad Monster looks extensively stocked and includes black leather seats with alcanta inserts and white stitching.
No modifications have been made to the vehicle’s mechanical components. As a result, it is powered by a 6.2-liter supercharged V8 engine that produces 808 hp and 717 lb-ft (917 Nm) of torque. The Daemon’s power, of course, is based around the engines of the various Dodge Hellcat models, but includes connecting rods and pistons, a modified velvetrain and cooling system, dual-stage fuel pumps, and a higher redline.
Dodge only produced 3,300 examples of the Demon and A Bring a trailer The auction says it is a # 118. Its bus is 200 miles (320 km) on the watch and the factory warranty is not yet active.