Source: autoevolution.com

Car fans worldwide rejoice! We have a delicacy prepared for you! The 2018 Dodge Challenger SRT Demon, the 2018 Chevrolet Camaro, and the Ford Mustang Shelby GT350R have appeared side by side!

We recently spotted ‘a leak’ of photos where you can see this fierce trio. Ralph Gilles (FCA head designer) is to be thanked because this picture is a result of his generosity. Gilles is one of the most active social media executives currently, and he used Instagram to share this piece of art with us!

These three beasts have met at the M1 Concourse facility in Pontiac, Michigan. What could that mean for us? Well, we might be in for additional footage where they will be tested out further.

What’s even more interesting about this photo is the fact that these three vehicles aren’t even direct rivals to each other. The 650hp Camaro ZL1 and the 840hp Demon present an apparent ‘mismatch.’ Throwing in the 1LE pack only expands this ‘hp gap’ even more.

The Camaro at hand can lap the Green Hell in 7:16 leaving behind cars such as the Porsche 911 GT3 RS PDK! Therefore we find nothing unusual in this delivering an entirely different experience if we should compare it to the drag strip-addicted Mopar piece of machinery.

When it comes to the Shelby GT500, we can all agree that it would be a more appropriate ‘weapon’ for this clash. If we were to trust the latest reports, the most powerful production ‘Stang’ should run on a supercharged 5.0-liter V8.

Source: autoevolution.com

The estimated output of the 2019 GT500 is somewhere around 680hp, and we could maybe see Ford Performance take the ‘ultra-pony’ way past the 700hp cap.

Why do we believe in such a possibility? Think about it, the Mustang is lighter, and it doesn’t actually require such an output statistic to beat the Hellcat, but nowadays it seems that horsepower bragging rights are more important to everyone.

Is that really the case today? Feel free to share your opinion in the comments section below.

Source: autoevolution.com
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1 COMMENT

  1. Just like Every other Biased article you compare Coulda, Woulda, Shoulda, and Maybe Wish upon a Star B.S. cars vs The Fastest, Highest HP & Torque, EVER “Factory Production” car by Any Manufacturer. Of Course compare the 707hp Hellcat against the TOP of the Performance tree from the Bowtie and Oval while Dinging the Cat for every downfall. Facts; the Hell Cat Still wipes the track with the comparable models and you people wouldn’t even compare the Demon to Any of them. Then talk about the “Wish I May, Wish I Might give us a 700+ hp Mustang Shelby GT500 alright?” There’s nothing listed on Ford.com’s website in the 2019 Mustang models, Everything on the web is speculation, even by Ford Personnel! There’s a Blurb in the performance.ford.com website about a 2019 GT500 in the “Enthusiast” section but not in the Ford Performance News. It’s All a pipe dream as of yet, no Actual Physical car at the 2019 Models National Auto Show, just a dumb video showing the original Shelby version which in Reality wasn’t “Produced” by Ford on the line but by Shelby American. With Very few exceptions Shelby American has produced the Majority of Shelby Mustangs right up to 2014 Including the Super Snake which nobody can compare to Any Factory Line Production car, Period! Speculation is that the 2019 GT500 will also has Shelby American involved which would explain it’s absence on the Ford website. Apples & Oranges. MOPAR production muscle has Always Dominated the Drag strip, (hence the reason the “WEDGE” & HEMI design is Still the engine of choice). I Still don’t understand the reasoning behind Mustangs and Camaros designation as “Sports Cars” and Challengers and Chargers as “Muscle Cars” makes no sense.

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