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This Dodge Challenger Demon Is Even More Intimidating Than The Original

Only yesterday did we feature a render of what a mid-engined Chevrolet Camaro could look like. Since then, it’s become one of our most read articles, and the reaction has been… mixed. It turns out you guys don’t really want a mid-engined Camaro – not that it was a realistic idea, anyway – so today, we’ve found something else that might tickle your fancy.

What About This Dodge Challenger Demon Render?

This is a render of a Dodge Challenger Demon, and while the Camaro had its imaginary engine pushed back to behind the driver, this one keeps its front-engined, rear-wheel-drive layout. But it also receives a heavily modified bodykit that includes more angles, larger wheels, and what seems to be a wider stance.

It’s been designed by by Al Yasid, or @yasiddesign on Instagram, and it really caught our eye with the yellow and grey wrapjob which was inspired by a 1968 Porsche 908.

Intimidation Is Key


The Dodge Challenger Demon is intimidating from the get go. It’s name includes the word “demon”, how more scary can it get? Well, the front of the 800 horsepower muscle car has had an update, and is now more angry-looking than ever before with a large splitter, modern eyes, and a yellow wrap job. The hood vent stands proudly above the widened front-end.

The back of the car receives an even greater change, with huge rear fenders poking out either side and a huge wing that elongates the roof of the car over the rear deck. It looks muscled, but still stunning, and rather like a C4 Corvette from the rear.

You Won’t Miss It

Every part of this car shouts from the deep dish rear wheels to the yellow front-end. Yeah, we like this a lot.

Alex Harrington

Alex started racing at a young age so certainly knows his way around a car and a track. He can just about put a sentence together too, which helps. He has a great interest in the latest models, but would throw all of his money at a rusty old French classic and a 300ZX. Contact: [email protected]

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