2020 Dodge Challenger SRT Super Stock Horsepower, 0-60, and Quarter Mile Numbers are Official
According to the automaker, the Challenger Super Stock is now the world’s quickest and most powerful muscle car. With a supercharged 6.2-liter Hemi high-output V-8 producing 807 horsepower, you can expect Challenger Super Stock zero-to-60-mph acceleration times of 3.25 seconds. At the dragstrip, the Challenger Super Stock quarter-mile time is just 10.5 seconds at 131 mph.
While these numbers don’t quite measure up to the 840-hp brawn of the dearly departed SRT Demon, which screamed to 60 mph in 2.3 seconds, making it the fastest of any production car at the time, the new Challenger SRT Super Stock is faster than the next minion of the dark from Dodge, the Challenger SRT Hellcat Redeye, which boasts of 797 hp.
The more prosaically named Super Stock has a recalibrated Hellcat Redeye engine that is further engineered for performance, and the car comes with a standard widebody style to accommodate 310/40R18 Nitto NT05 R drag racing tires wrapped around lightweight 18-inch wheels. Its adaptive damping suspension is uniquely tuned as well, although top speed is limited to 168 mph, as opposed to 203 mph for the Hellcat Redeye.
The tires, and the Low-Gloss Granite-finish wheels, are the only way to tell if this particular Challenger is a Super Stock; it has no special badging or decals to distinguish it from a regular widebody Challenger.
The SRT Super Stock is not a limited edition model and will continue into the 2021 Dodge Challenger model year. You can place an order at your dealership this summer; and Dodge’s Brampton Assembly Plant in Ontario, Canada will begin building the first cars in the fall for delivery before the end of the year.
Challenger Super Stock prices have yet to be finalized, but it should cost less than the $86,340 sticker price of the 2018 Challenger SRT Demon.
The information in this article is from Dodge. It was accurate on July 2, 2020 but may have changed since that date.