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Get complete Demon news here, tonight

by Patrick Rall on

Tonight, the 2018 Dodge Challenger SRT Demon will make its grand debut at a private event in New York City. At 8:30 pm Eastern time, when the embargo ends, outlets around the internet will post their information on the new Demon — that is when we are permitted to post our articles based on early information. You can be sure of finding the most complete information on the new track-ready muscle car right here on Allpar.

When the clock strikes at 8:30 pm, all of the questions that you have had over the past few months will be answered. We will discuss the key features like the horsepower and torque numbers with pump gas and race gas, the acceleration numbers, the quarter mile numbers, the warranty details and the production numbers, but we will also address a few of the unique questions which have popped up along the way – such as the available seating layout, the cost of the Demon Crate, why it has a 2-piece driveshaft, and more.

Every outlet will eventually have most of this information, but as the world’s leading Mopar information publication, Allpar is the only place that you will get all of the vital details. Allpar will be the first to get the complete information published and if you visit right at 8:30pm EST on Tuesday – you will be among the first people to get all of the key information on the newest Dodge Demon.

So, set a reminder on your phone to be at Allpar at 8:29pm on Tuesday, April 11th so that you can get complete information as early as possible. Also, during the course of the evening leading up to the Demon debut at 8:30pm, we will be posting pictures from the preview of Fate of the Furious featuring the new Dodge Demon as well as any interesting things that we see at the debut before 8:30pm.

Ultimately, if you want the most in-depth coverage and the first batch of performance numbers on the 2018 Dodge Challenger SRT Demon – is the place to be.

Patrick Rall was raised a Mopar boy, spending years racing a Dodge Mirada while working his way through college. After spending a few years post-college in the tax accounting field, Patrick made the jump to the world of journalism and his work has been published in magazines and websites around the world.

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