Dodge Demon Shooting Brake Rendered, Out For Muscle Car Blood

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Dodge might have ended Demon production earlier this year, but we still have plenty of reasons to keep the Mopar monster under the spotlights. And the most recent comes from a rendering that portrays the muscle car in an extreme form.
No, this isn't some tuner car with twice the factory output or anything like that. Instead, we're dealing with a body modification, which means this is a Demon Shooting Brake.

The pixel play we have here comes from digital art label Rain Prisk, whose work we've featured on countless occasions. And while the visual mods done to the car might not seem all that extreme, their effect is serious.

Our favorite piece has to be the boot lid spoiler, which has migrated to the roof of the car. But those fat fenders also need to be checked out, as they make the factory model seem tame.

Then we have the custom wheels, which stand out without being too flashy and seem to perfectly fit the look of the car.

As for the S/B conversion itself, this might just make sense in the real world. Sure, with Dodge only bringing 3,300 units of the Demon to the world, we wouldn't hold our breath for an official version. After all, this thing was built as a drag strip hero that can easily be configured to only accommodate the driver.

Then again, it wouldn't surprise us if some eccentric aficionado would commission a build like the one we have here. After all, this wouldn't be the first modern-day wagon relying on HEMI power.

And while we're here talking about the... family side of the Dodge Demon, we'll remind you that owners of the uber-Challenger are still struggling to hit the official 9.65s quarter-mile time.

It's been a while since Demons descended into the 9s arena, but the said ET simply seems to escape these cars, regardless of the weather of the rear tire pressure.

Meanwhile, the aftermarket side of the industry has gone crazy, gifting us with Demons packing four-digit outputs that can deliver 8-second runs.
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About the author: Andrei Tutu
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In his quest to bring you the most impressive automotive creations, Andrei relies on learning as a superpower. There's quite a bit of room in the garage that is this aficionado's heart, so factory-condition classics and widebody contraptions with turbos poking through the hood can peacefully coexist.
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