Dodge Charger SRT Demon May Move Pass Being A Joke!

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It’s not wrong to describe Fiat-Chrysler Automobiles as the most predictable carmaker around because the company has been utilizing a single battle plan for their existing vehicles.

In case you are wondering what it is, FCA has been cloning the performance of the Dodge Challenger Hellcat on their other vehicles and this trend looks to stay for the next couple of years or so.

The latest example to get the Hellcat upgrade is the Jeep Grand Cherokee Trackhawk and there are now talks on more vehicles to get the 707hp setup. If that is not exciting enough, rumours have started pointed to the development of a second Demon car.

The word is that the Challenger Demon has reached its production cap for this year – something that has happened too early in FCA’s eyes. In order to fill-in the void for the second half of 2018, FCA is plotting to launch a second Demon through the Dodge Charger.

While we would warn you to take a rumour with loads of salt, FCA’s predictable ways makes it likelier for the above to be true than a hoax. Just think about it. FCA joked a month ago on the Charger Demon’s development and they tend to turn jokes into reality. Will it happen?