Automotive enthusiasts worldwide are excited for the return of classic nameplates. Continue Reading...
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Fiat Chrysler Automobiles (FCA) has trademarked the Barracuda nameplate again. Continue Reading...
Recent reports say that the SRT Barracuda will co-exist with the current Dodge Challenger, and now further evidence supports this belief as the 2015 SRT Barracuda will be built on an entirely new platform. Continue Reading...
Despite rumors and speculation that the soon-for-resurrection Barracuda nameplate would replace the Dodge Challenger, reports suggest that the muscle cars will co-exist. Continue Reading...
With its first baby practically delivered and a second one lined up for the oven, rumors of a third SRT vehicle to accompany the Viper and Barracuda are beginning to surface. Continue Reading...
Sunday night’s profile on the Chrysler turnaround and on Chrysler/Fiat CEO Sergio Marchionne may have seemed a bit light on actual content, but perhaps you weren’t looking closely enough. Don’t worry, the folks at Allpar.com were. A part of the piece involved an interview with Ralph Gilles, the man in charge of Chrysler design and… Continue Reading...
American automaker Chrysler is reportedly considering which upcoming model will replace the Dodge Challenger. The newest rumor to sneak out is that Ralph Gilles, Chrysler Design Chief and head of the new SRT division, is looking to roll out a modern Barracuda. It is believed that if a new-generation Barracuda was to replace the Challenger,… Continue Reading...
Built by Time Machines in Hudson, Florida, this 1971 Plymouth Barracuda started its life at the shop by combining it with a chassis from a 2001 Dodge Viper complete with its 450-hp V10 powerplant and 6-speed manual transmission. From there, the entire body was refinished to stock form, using 100-percent Barracuda sheetmetal and no fiberglass…. Continue Reading...
At this year’s SEMA Show, Dodge boss Ralph Gilles hinted that he’s looking to bring back the Cuda, a car that just came another step closer to production with Chrysler having just registered the name. Combined with the fact that the muscle car wars have been heating up for several years now, the introduction of… Continue Reading...