Final 2018 Dodge Challenger SRT Demon rolls off the line at Brampton, Canada plant
It’s a wrap, folks. Dodge has built its last Challenger SRT Demon, and there’s likely to be nothing like it ever again, at least from a major automaker. The street-legal drag racer doesn’t have an owner yet as Dodge plans to sell it along with the last Viper in an upcoming charity auction.
Only last month we learned that Edd China of “Wheeler Dealers” fame was starting a new show. Now we have news he’s starting a second new show. The best part is that both look very promising.
Australian supercar marque Brabham has revealed its “home circuit” where it will hone its future products, starting with the BT62. The site comprises a number of circuits, in addition to a drag strip and a skid pan.
You’ll find these stories and more in today’s car news, right here at Motor Authority.
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