Ford GT vs Dodge Challenger SRT Demon

Picture of Ford GT (Mk II)
Picture of Dodge Challenger SRT Demon
Category Ford GT (Mk II)Challenger SRT Demon
Engine layout 3.5 l V66.2 l V8
Max power (ps / bhp) 656 / 647819 / 808
Max torque (Nm / lb-ft) 746 / 550972 / 717
Curb weight (kg / lb) 1527 / 33661940 / 4277
Power / tonne (ps / bhp) 430 / 424422 / 416

Summary

Category Ford GT (Mk II)Challenger SRT Demon
Track Performance 00
Straight line speed 00
Total 00

Verdict

There is no clear winner in this comparison.

However, FastestLaps.com does not have enough lap times and performance data to make this comparison conclusive.

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Kingston   2y ago

Dodge demon, ???? duh


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hostboy  3y ago

I could understand why this website doesn't have the Demon's 1/4-mile stats. FCA is biased and likes to cheat when we all know the Demon won't be a 9-second car in a road test. The Demon is no quicker or faster than the Hellcat, it's just an advertising bullshit bill for the drag strippers. Motor Trend got an 11.0 in the Demon whereas they got a 10.8 in the FGT. Demon is just a Hellcat with bigger treads (which actually makes the car slower), extra power (means nothing in today's supercar world), drag radials and an extra price tag. Even the new Shelby GT500 Mustang will kill the Demon AND Hellcat.


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Fastedee  3y ago

Depends on how well the power is put down by the Demon.


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Lowend1  4y ago

Where are you getting your specs - from Ford? The Demon puts out 808 hp with the black key on pump gas, and 840 hp with the red key and racing fuel.


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saxy  4y ago

you do know the Dodge weighs some 500kg more than the Ford. And the Ford is mid-engined. The Ford has more power to weight and also has more grip on the launch.


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hostboy  4y ago

I think the Demon will beat the Ford GT by 1/10th of a second through a quarter-mile. :)


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hostboy  4y ago

As we can see here in this comparison, Ford is VERY CONSERVATIVE with the power and torque outputs for its EcoBoost engines. The Dodge Demon will make 757 hp and probably cost between $100,000 and $130,000. I wouldn't be surprised if the new GT actually makes a little north of 700 hp, considering that the last one made about 600 hp.