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Engines, Ride, and Handling
Thanks to a video from Hagerty, we know exactly what the innards of the demonic powerplant look like. The company produced a time-lapse video of the engine being assembled from its component parts. From the block's final bolts, to the head gasket, to the big supercharger sitting atop it all, the basket of pieces arrived at the Hagerty workshop ready for master mechanic Davin Reckow to put the monster back together. Along the way, we see just what makes the Demon tick.
Tell me, mortal: have you ever seen such a glorious sight? A mighty Daemon Engine of Chaos, in this case a Maulerfiend. A Daemon Engine is a nightmarish artificial construct used by the Forces of Chaos that is a fusion of a realspace vehicle or combat walker with a possessing daemonic spirit of the Warp. Daemon Engines are gigantic war machines that prowl on mighty piston-driven limbs. Jutting from their armoured torsos are gargoyle-muzzled cannons and heavy weapon-arms that end in murderous tools of war. To compare a Daemon Engine to an ordinary vehicle is folly, for each of these beasts possesses its own malevolent sentience rather than a crew. Bound within the battle-scarred metal of each Daemon Engine is the essence of a raging Warp entity, imprisoned in a physically indomitable body in order to better serve the Chaos Space Marines in their Long War against the servants of the False Emperor. The Imperium has little concept of how these affronts to sanity came into being. Fragments of ancient texts and post-action pict-captures have allowed Imperial strategos to gather that they are creatures of daemonic nature, but little else. Even amongst the ranks of the Chaos Space Marines, there are few who understand how these immortal beasts are created.
The Challenger SRT Demon is even mightier than the Hellcat version, boasting up to horsepower and exclusive drag-racing equipment. Did we mention that it can do a wheelie, too? While the limited-edition Demon went out of production after the model year , it remains one of the coolest and craziest cars to ever wear a Dodge badge. Still, even the most powerful pony-car competitors, such as the hp Chevy Camaro ZL1 and the all-new plus-horsepower Ford Mustang Shelby GT , will be hard-pressed to match the straight-line acceleration of the Demon. The heart of this demonic Challenger is its hp supercharged 6. Wait, didn't we already say it makes horsepower?