Hey, if you want one of them 840 horsepower monsters from FCA, you’ll need a pile of cash and you’ll have to sign a deal with the devil. Or at least a Demon contract with FCA. What does it mean and what does it do? I’m glad you asked.

The document is labeled an “Acknowledgment” first of all, so it’s not a typical contract in that sense. That is, if you “break” this agreement, you won’t get sued for breach.

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What you acknowledge when you sign this form is that you will not do anything stupid with it. That is, pretty much anything you probably planned on doing with it is forbidden by this agreement.

But the focus of it is basically this: The car has some high performance features. You know that and won’t do anything crazy with them. And if you do, don’t blame us. And tell your heirs and assigns to not blame us either.

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Here is the audio:

And the video:

And I had no pics of me with a Demon. So I used one of me with a Lotus. It’s one of the cars I’d consider buying if I had more money than sense.

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