Dodge is soldiering on with its multi-part teaser campaign for the upcoming Challenger SRT Demon, despite what can only be described as Vin Dieselgate. In any case, Body is the title of the company’s third video, where we finally get to see a glimpse of the car before its debut at the New York International Auto Show (NYIAS).

However, before all that, Dodge wants you to know just what the Demon is capable of – burnouts, glorious burnouts that leave wide tracks in their wake. Towards the end of the video, we get to see the Demon’s rear, which reveal a wide bodykit and a mysterious license plate (Michigan #2576@35).

If you’re still wondering why those burnout lines are as wide as they are, that is because the Demon will use Nitto NT05R tyres that measure 315/40 R18 in size. As a comparison, the Pirelli P Zero tyres on our local-spec Ford Mustang GT are 255/40 R19 in size.

As taken from the company’s release: “The combination of the 11-inch-wide wheels, high-profile drag radials and integrated fender flares adds 3.5 inches (89 mm) to the overall width of the Challenger SRT Demon for an intimidating, purposeful stance.”

Dodge claims the Demon is the first production car to come equipped from the factory with drag radials, which also come with their own little Demon logo on them. Larger, bespoke brakes are likely needed on the new car, which is said to be powered by an even more powerful version of the 6.2 litre supercharged HEMI V8 (707 hp) currently used in the Challenger SRT Hellcat.