"Nobody puts power to the ground like Mickey, and nobody creates power like Dodge," Mickey Thompson Tires President Dominick Montouri said.
"Dodge values record-breaking performance as much as we do, and they truly broke every barrier with this vehicle."
The car generates over 2Gs of force at launch, Stellantis said.
The rear tire features additional tread grooves for improved on-street performance, Mickey Thompson said, allowing Demon 170 owners to switch from the strip to the street without the need for tire modifications.
"60-foot times in the mid-120's in a production car doesn't happen without a balanced and optimized suspension," Tim Kuniskis, Dodge brand CEO at Stellantis, said.
"The Mickey ET Street R's hook so hard it allowed us to get much more aggressive with our suspension and trans-brake tuning."
Mickey Thompson also developed an ET Street Front 245/55R18 to create a staggered fitment designed to transfer power to the rear tires; allowing for reduced weight, lower rolling resistance and improved dynamic and handling balance to put the Challenger SRT Demon 170's power to the ground.
The tires on the Challenger SRT Demon 170 are specific to that vehicle, Mickey Thompson said, and not available for purchase.
Mickey Thompson Tires is a Goodyear subsidiary.