Bad news guys
New generation Viper is coming in 2021, whole new platform (FCA Maserati/Alfa shared), new all aluminum supercharged Hemi.
Ever seen a supercharged aluminum Hemi?
Despite remaining rear wheel drive with a manual option (a real mans car), as before it will allow decent sized rubber under the body which with all bull aside is what you all are hiding behind; awd and a rejection to being taken to a drag strip where the Demon can get some of its power to the road early enough before its bulldozer aerodynamics become an issue.
Disconnect the front drive off all the cars above and see this list jiggle about, doubt they'd catch a stock SRT Challenger.
Hell the old ACR Viper still holds the record around Nurbugring for manual and/or rear wheel drive production car.
With viper straight line runs; there's heaps less weight, heaps more tyre and better weight distribution, it'll knock off most of these cars over a quarter even on street roads because the awd becomes a liability at 100ft.
Demons only struggle because of the platforms inability to get more tyre under the rear.
I was happy to conceded, these cordless drills and torque-less go karts on this list are a different vehicle; they are designed for those who fear being sideways, they all have an app for that.
Hemi powered vehicles always have and always will struggle with traction, they build cars that put smiles on faces, not feed egos looking for attention.
Enjoy your time in the sunshine
One last note to the tripper saying Chrysler over claim horsepower
1. Torque is what matters, if you don't have it, you need more gears, aero and more traction (Eg awd)
2. Chrysler have been over claiming horsepower for years? Just ask Richard Petty LoL, seriously, of all the car manufacturers, Chrysler are last on that list