Dodge Challenger SRT Demon Reveals Its Drinking Habits

It concerns the car's fuel system.

This is because the video disclosed that the 2018 Dodge Challenger SRT Demon will be the first-ever production auto to be equipped with a TransBrake.

The SRT Demon will have the ability to carry two fuel pumps. This powertrain control module will advance the engine timing to take full advantage of the high-octane fuel, which is available at tracks (and also at certain gas stations in most areas). However, using the Demon Crate tool box, owners can hook up direct connection performance parts that include a module for high-octane fuel and a center stack switch bank that includes a high octane button. The video clip themed Fuel & Fire suggests that the engine can come with a tuning that is flawless for higher octane fuels thus promising even greater power figures. This is when the air and fuel mix ignites before the piston is fully extended. The PCM monitors the engine knock sensors.

When race gas mode isn't activated, the Demon will happily slurp down pump gas.

Dodge announced the Demon's fuel needs as part of its ongoing promotional campaign for the new performance coupe, dubbed "If You Know You Know".

The 2018 Dodge Challenger SRT Demon will be the first auto made by company that will have the design that will be feasible for both track and road.

All the refined details will be available at the New York International Auto Show 2017 where the vehicle will be displayed for the very first time. Dodge still has one video up its sleeve, which it will debut tomorrow, so check back in then to get your final fix.