Sometime in the next couple of months, the Dodge Challenger SRT Demon and its 808 horsepower will show up in dealership windows like some kind of tiny, red, tire-melting factory. Yes, 808 horsepower. There’s no typo.
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For nearly 40 years enthusiasts have coveted ’60s Muscle Cars for their compelling designs, fun names and high-horsepower engines. Who wouldn’t want an LS6 Chevelle, 440 Road Runner or Boss 429 Mustang in the garage? But if you want the ultimate in showroom performance, your hot rod better be new and be called ZL1, Hellcat, Demon or Shelby.
Truth be told, today’s muscle cars are the real heroes. Dodge, Ford and GM continue to offer ludicrous horsepower with reasonable economy, loads of safety, great handling and fantastic styling. Proof that Ford is up to something comes from these spy photos, which may very well be the next Shelby GT500 Mustang.
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Remember when 300 horsepower was a lot? Today you can take the wheel with twice as much raw power and no fear of law enforcement. It’s been over a year since SpeedVegas opened in the Nevada desert, and in that time, the attraction has changed the fantasy automotive dreams of thousands of visitors into a thrilling, high speed reality. For car enthusiasts, it’s nothing less than a way to test the limits of the world’s finest performance vehicles and check off Bucket List “test drives” in a way no regular dealer - or state trooper - would approve of, at speeds well in excess of 100MPH.
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