Dodge Challenger "Cappuccino" Looks Like a Full Cup of Demon

Los Angeles recently witnessed the (re)birth of a Dodge Challenger SRT Demon that's guaranteed to turn heads, even in the extremely dense go-fast machine population of the city. And it all has to do with the... Cappuccino finish of the Mopar machine.
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We're looking at an 840 horsepower animal that has only received limited mods, albeit with these having a serious impact on its appearance.

It all kicks off with a fade wrap, one that goes from a pearl tan up front to a pearl brown at the rear and, as the keen-eyed among you have already noticed, the brake calipers match the said shade, while the Demon logo on the front fenders also comes in brown. On top of that, the HEMI wielder was also gifted with a wickerbill, one that only seems fitting.

The transformation was handled by RDBLA, a shop that often handles high-profile machines, be it for famous customers or not.

Dodge only brought 3,300 units of the Challenger SRT Demon to the world, with 3,000 of these being destined for the U.S. (the remaining 300 went to Canada). Sure, this guarantees a certain level of exclusivity. But the 14-color palette (this was slightly expanded for 2018, the second and final model year of the Demon), optional Satin Black center section and all, still means that some owners will aim for a custom look like the one seen here.

For the record, this Dodge Challenger Demon left the factory in full Tor Red trim - this happens to be the presentation hue of the muscle beast.

Now, if you're willing to zoom in on a day in the life of such a Demon, you'll find a wrapping process sample at the 4:51 point of the YouTube clip below, while you can see a Lamborghini Aventador attempting to street race the Dodge at the 6:25 point.

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