The final Demon and the final Viper will be auctioned as a pair next month.
The very last Dodge Challenger SRT Demon has rolled off the production line in Brampton, Canada. As of writing, the firm hasn’t announced plans for a successor.
Though it’s currently black, the milestone car will soon receive an exclusive, hand-applied Viper Red paint job. It will also get 18-inch aluminum wheels and one-of-a-kind VIN instrument panel badging.
Want it? You’re in luck if you have the means. As we previously reported, Dodge will send the last Demon and the last Viper to the auction block late next month. The catch is that they’re sold as a pair that can’t be split up until after the sale.
Built last August, the final Viper also wears a Viper Red paint job and its black Alcantara interior matches the one in the last Demon. The highest bidder will also receive matching covers for both cars and an authentication kit that certifies their spot in Dodge history.
While Barrett-Jackson hasn’t provided a pre-auction estimate, buyers hoping to put both cars in their garage should plan on spending a sum well into the seven-digits. 100 percent of the proceeds will benefit a charity named United Way which aims to help communities around the world.
The Challenger Demon will go down in automotive history as a rare beast. Dodge built the 840-horsepower street-legal drag racer for a single model year and it capped production at 3,300 units. It sold 3,000 of those in America and the remaining 300 in Canada.