This 2018 Dodge Challenger Demon by SpeedKore has a full carbon fiber body, but it comes at a hefty price, $249,900 USD to be exact. Unfortunately, this isn’t the same 1,200 hp vehicle you saw at SEMA, as it only comes with the factory supercharged 6.2L V8 making 808 hp and 717 lb-ft of torque, mated to an 8-speed automatic transmission.
This 1996 Dodge Viper RT/10-based limousine is the world’s first and only, powered by a Mopar 360 Magnum crate motor making 390hp, mated to an automatic transmission. It measures 25-feet in length from bumper to bumper, which means the rear needed a new set of doors, extra seats as well as a second roll hoop.
NthMoto’s twin-turbocharged Dodge Viper may not look too flashy, but it’s definitely one of the world’s fastest. The 8.4L V10 engine has been boosted to 2,571 hp and 2,009 lb-ft of torque when running 117 octane racing fuel, mated to a sequential transmission, enabling it to complete a 60mph-130mph sprint in a mere 3-seconds.
Auto enthusiasts have probably seen at least on model of the Dodge Viper over the years, but most have probably not laid eyes on a custom limousine build. Unfortunately, production officially ended in 2017, although this limousine has been around since at least 2012.
Tesla vehicles are no strangers to dragstrips, whether it be the Model S, Model X, Model 3 or even the newly released Model Y. They’ve been pit against some formidable foes, and the latest one is a heavily a modified Dodge Challenger SRT Hellcat Redeye. Just how well does a Model S Performance perform against such a beastly muscle car? Let’s just say that it held its own.