Dodge plans to make a lot more Super Stocks for 2021, but the 2020 is a limited run indeed.

Although the 2020 Dodge Challenger SRT Super Stock replaces the Dodge Challenger SRT Demon, which is still dead, it serves a comparable function in the lineup. 

The 807-hp Super Stock isn't officially a Demon successor. 

The Super Stock is not an exact replica of the 808-hp Demon; instead, it has a widebody package,  ...

one fewer pony in its stable, and standard features like front- and rear-seat passenger seats.

Having saying that, the Super Stock and Challenger SRT Demon were both created to rule the quarter mile. 

The Super Stock has no production cap, unlike the Demon, of which Dodge only made 3,300 units for the 2018 model year. 

Yes, Dodge will produce whichever many Super Stocks it sees fit. 

However, compared to the Demon, the 2020 Challenger SRT Super Stock is more uncommon.

Credit Dodge's choice to produce just a few Super Stocks in 2020 before ramping up production for 2021. 

A spokesman for Dodge told us that just about 200 Challenger SRT Super Stocks were produced for the 2020 model year, 

compared to the American manufacturer's expected thousands of 2021 Challenger SRT Super Stocks.

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