SRT's future line-up will include three models

Dodge Demon Roadster Concept

Chrysler kicked off its new sub-brand, SRT, with the unveiling of the new generation Viper and the cars will just keep coming from here on out. The sub-brand’s second model will be the new generation Barracuda that will join the line-up for the 2015 model year and, according to MotorTrend, SRT is already working on a third model for their line-up.

Details on the third model are a bit unclear at the moment, but it could be either a successor to the Dodge Ram SRT10 or a small, two-seat sports car. Obviously, our hopes lie in a new sports car. Chrysler has already teased us with a Dodge Demon Concept designed as a competitor for the Mazda MX-5 Miata , and now that Mazda and Fiat have teamed up to build a new RWD sports roadster, we are hoping that Chrysler will consider offering a production version of the Demon.

Any thoughts on what this new model could be? Hit us up in the comments section below!

Source: MotorTrend

10 comments:

Real sleek type of car. The gold paint makes it look more luxurious, I bet it’s fast.

Three different models can be a tough task for them. But if they will make it right, consumers will surely have lots of options in buying. Good idea.

Three models will give consumers a lot of options to choose from. This is a good idea because there will be no issue on the same model.

There will be only three? According to other sites, there will be six.

They have a great lineup. I’ll wait for further information about this.

What’s their future lineup? Is it Challenger SRT, Grand Cherooke SRT, SRT Viper and SRT Heritage?

I agree with you on that matter. They just need to equip it with a powerful engine that has best fuel economy, and it’ll be as good as Viper.

If those three models will possess great ponies and powerful lump, no need to make it something as big as Viper.

Those three models will garner attention if they present some plans regarding those three. It’s necessary to Chrysler to have their Demon on the production for the Mazda and Fiat already joined forces for the roadster.

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