10 Most Expensive Dodge Car

The 2017 Dodge Demon VIN0001 is the most expensive Dodge car ever sold, selling for $1,100,000 at auction. As the inaugural first edition Demon and officially designated flagship car of a major event, this one-of-a-kind example featured exclusive details setting it apart. With record-setting performance and extraordinary provenance as the first Demon, this VIN 0001 car cements its place as Dodge's highest-valued vehicle.

When it comes to American muscle and power, Dodge is an iconic brand that has been producing some of the fastest, most extreme performance vehicles on the road for over a century. Their top-of-the-line cars and trucks command eye-watering prices to own a piece of Dodge history. We’re counting down the 10 most expensive Dodge cars ever sold – rare, specialty models and custom creations that brought record sales.

Dodge has built its reputation on raw power and speed, beginning with its early passenger cars in the 1900s all the way up to today’s Chargers and Challengers. The brand has seen a resurgence in recent years, returning to its muscle car roots and attracting collectors with special edition vehicles packing huge amounts of horsepower. Dodge’s halo cars consistently push boundaries and turn heads, whether flying down drag strips or crossing the auction block for millions.

#10 – 2008 Dodge Challenger SRT-10

Kicking off the list is a modern muscle car legend – the 2008 Dodge Challenger SRT-10. When the Challenger returned to the Dodge lineup for the first time since 1985, it brought back the styling of the iconic 1970 model. The SRT-10 took it to another level, packing a 6.1-liter HEMI V8 pumping out 425 horsepower.

It was the most powerful muscle car Dodge had ever put into production. With only about 1,000 units made, these special Challengers have become coveted collector cars. Low-mileage examples in pristine condition have sold for over $40,000 at auction.

#9 – 2012 Dodge Viper SRT10 ACR

The most hardcore track edition of the fifth-generation Dodge Viper, the 2012 SRT10 ACR was built for dominating racing circuits. Only 50 units were made, featuring extreme aerodynamic elements like a massive rear wing. Under the hood lurked a beastly 8.4-liter V10 churning out 640 horsepower.

The big power and bold styling command huge prices for the few ACR models that come up for sale. One recently went for $125,000 at auction, showing just how collectible these vipers are.

#8 – 2015 Dodge Charger SRT Hellcat

Bringing conceptual supercar performance to the full-sized 4-door sedan segment, the Charger Hellcat took Dodge to new heights in 2015. Its supercharged 6.2-liter HEMI Hellcat V8 unleashed an astonishing 707 horsepower. 0 to 60 mph arrived in just over 3 seconds thanks to the unrivaled power.

As the first model to feature the outrageous Hellcat engine, early production Hellcat Chargers can fetch prices over $60,000. Find one with special options or in like-new condition and they have sold for up to $64,140.

#7 – 2023 Dodge Durango SRT Hellcat Premium AWD

The fastest and most powerful SUV Dodge has ever made, the 2023 Durango SRT Hellcat turns this full-size family hauler into a 3-row sports car. Taking the Charger Hellcat engine and dropping it under the hood of the Durango, Dodge created a 710-horsepower beast that can hit 180 mph.

Priced over $82,000 to start, a fully loaded model with the Premium and Technology packages pushes the MSRP over $134,000 – making it Dodge’s most expensive SUV yet.

#6 – 2023 Dodge Charger SRT Hellcat Redeye Widebody Jailbreak

If the standard Hellcat isn’t enough, the Redeye version of the Charger cranks things to ludicrous levels. Based on the Challenger Hellcat Redeye coupe, this sedan packs a supercharged 6.2-liter pumping out 797 hp and 707 lb-ft torque. The Widebody model adds aggressive fender flares covering massive wheels and tires.

The Jailbreak package opens up the option combinations, letting buyers fully customize their beastly four-door. Over $115,000 buys the ultimate combination of power, practicality and street presence.

#5 – 2023 Dodge Challenger SRT Super Stock

Styled after Dodge’s NHRA drag racers, the Challenger Super Stock is the quickest straight-line muscle car you can buy. Its path down the strip is enabled by a special drag mode suspension tuning along with stickier Nitto tires.

But the real secret lies under the twin-snorkel hood, where Dodge shoehorned the 807 hp Redeye engine into the Challenger body. Stripped of back seats and upgraded throughout, the Super Stock can hit 60 mph in just 3.25 seconds on its way to a scarcely believable 168 mph top speed.

#4 – 2017 Dodge Demon

When Dodge set out to build the fastest muscle car of all time, the end result was the utterly outrageous 2018 Dodge Challenger SRT Demon. Using the Hellcat engine as a starting point, Dodge maxed out the supercharger and fuel delivery while upgrading nearly every component to withstand all 808 horsepower and 717 lb-ft torque.

Typically selling for well over $100,000 brand new, some limited edition Demons with exclusive VINs and custom details have commanded prices over $133,000.

#3 – 1969 Dodge Charger Daytona

The 1969 Charger Daytona’s legendary status comes from being one of the most successful NASCAR vehicles ever built. Extending Charger sheet metal with an aerodynamic nose and huge rear wing, Dodge added just enough power to dominate stock car racing.

The race-built Chargers became limited production models to satisfy homologation rules. Of the 501 built, only a few survive today with original equipment intact. It is one of the rarest and most coveted Dodge muscle cars ever made. Rare Daytonas with immaculate documentation and restoration pedigree have reached $900,000 at auction.

#2 – Dodge Viper Concept VM-02 1989

While technically never intended for production, this 1989 concept car kicked off the Viper dynasty and greatly influenced Dodge’s reputation for decades to come. Inspired by iconic 1960’s Shelby Cobras, and penned by Chrysler exec Bob Lutz in his spare time, the concept blew the minds of fans and execs alike at the 1989 Detroit Auto Show.

The rabid reception led Dodge to create the original 1992 Viper RT/10 as a street legal production car. Without the VM-02, the Viper legend may have never happened. This clean blue concept brought in $3,000,000 at auction, proving its place in Dodge history.

#1- 2017 Dodge Demon VIN0001

The record for highest price paid for a production Dodge goes to one very special 2018 Dodge Demon. As part of the inaugural First Edition run of Demons, VIN 0001 was auctioned off for charity, where it brought an unheard of $1,100,000.

It included exclusive carbon fiber interior panels and Demon logos instead of Hellcat badging. The red-on-black car also was documented as the 2018 Barrett Jackson Scottsdale flagship vehicle, appearing on all event materials and merchandising.

With extreme performance and extraordinary one-of-one custom details, VIN 0001 demands an appropriately high-octane price tag befitting its status.

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