However, we will know the answer to all of our questions when the vehicle is released on April 11.
After months of teasing us with videos and small tidbits of information, the Dodge Challenger SRT Demon will finally debut at the 2017 New York Auto Show this week. All these teasers are actually a part of a pre-release campaign of the very powerful 2018 Dodge Challenger SRT Demon that is about to come.
Probably one of the worst kept automotive secrets has been the Dodge Challenger SRT Demon.
To prepare the Demon to utilize this high-octane fuel variety, drivers will have to use separately-shipped Direct Connection Performance parts.
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The SRT Demon will have the ability to carry two fuel pumps.
With the new bits plugged in, the Demon's V8 can adjust its spark timing to take advantage of the higher-octane fuel.
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. The auto only has one fuel tank, making it all but inevitable that some 91-octane street fuel will mix in with the race gas; if the engine's knock sensors detect that the effective octane rating is not sufficient for High Octane mode, a warning will tell the driver to switch to the standard fuel setting. The Demon is also upgraded with larger fuel injectors using higher rail pressure.
The high octane provided by race gas can offer great benefits to racers on both the track and strip, which is why Dodge devised a way to throw the stuff into the Challenger SRT Demon. The New York International Auto Show will run from April 14, through April 23rd, 2017.