Yes, The Dodge Challenger Demon Is Starring In The Fate Of The Furious

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With its reveal still months away, Dodge is eager to build anticipation for its ...

With its reveal still months away, Dodge is eager to build anticipation for its forthcoming Challenger SRT Demon as much as it can. But a Demon may not want to stay under wraps for that long. Well, not if Vin Diesel has anything to say about it.

Though it has apparently since been taken down, well, Motor Trend spotted this video of the slow-talking’, chrome-domed movie star toasting the end of production of The Fate of the Furious – the upcoming eighth installment of the Fast And Furious franchise. Vin’s words are all well and fine, but what we are focused on more is the two vehicles in the background.

What we appear to be looking at here is not one, and two examples of Dodge’s forthcoming flagship muscle car – complete with the silver bodywork and contrasting black hood, splitter, roof and deep-dish wheels housed in flared fenders.

The perfect ride for Domenic Toretto to hammer off into the sunset of the Fast franchise, that point appears to have been lost neither on the film’s producers nor on a marketing department in Auburn Hills.

Set to slot in above a headline-grabbing Hellcat, the new Demon promises to be even more extreme, and with less weight and potentially, even more power.

You can also bet that 2018 Dodge Challenger SRT Demon will be even more expensive than the Hellcat, with its 707 hp and $64k sticker price already more than doubling the base Challenger SXT’s 305 horsepower and $27k price of admission.

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