Now that SRT has finally released their first model - the new generation Viper - it’s time to focus our attention on some of the other models that will be unveiled under the SRT name. As far as we know, the next model scheduled to arrive will be the new Barracuda. The SRT Barracuda will be built as a replacement for the current Dodge Challenger and will arrive in late 2014 as a 2015 model.

The first rumors on the 2015 Barracuda suggest two different possibilities. The first is a shortened large-car platform (LC or E-EVO) and the second is the new Alfa Romeo D-size platform currently under development. As for the engine, we already know that Chrysler is working on a new supercharged 6.2 liter Hemi engine and this will most likely be the engine found in the new Barracuda. Output will be somewhere in the 490-540 HP area, so expect to see great performance numbers.

Check out our rendering of the SRT Barracuda and let us know what you think in the comments section below!


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  (1) posted on 08.27.2015

two door charger. lol..what the charger should have been. thanx, but I’ll buy the challenger or mustang.

  (1) posted on 05.31.2014

Just to let everyone know it is not going to look like at all. They came out with other stuff and it is going to look the other ones

  (422) posted on 10.10.2012

i still believe that the mustang is the classic muscle car. that’s the one i’d have.

  (422) posted on 10.10.2012

6.2 liters and 500 HP is not much. but it will sound like nothing else and sure feel even better. looking forward to this car!

  (516) posted on 10.10.2012

there’s no need for massage chairs in such a car. the engine does a great job at that. plus the satisfaction and joy when listening to that symphony.

  (475) posted on 10.10.2012

otto is right. import cars can go fast, no doubt about that. but american ones shake the earth when going.

  (542) posted on 10.10.2012

there is a big difference between european/import cars and american ones. this is quite well shown in one of the fast and furious movies, when preparing for a race. the import car had a high RPM rate and a sharp sound, while the muscle car was all shaking when pushing the throttle.

  (422) posted on 10.10.2012

seeing this car makes me think about 2 things: 1/4 mile and stop-lights.

  (452) posted on 10.10.2012

love the smoke it leaves behind. when buying this car, you must put money aside for tires. it is a must!

  (475) posted on 10.10.2012

it sure looks like it’s gonna eat you and the ground you’re standing on. this view in your rear mirror will sure make you step aside.

  (509) posted on 10.10.2012

love the looks. but for those that love the classics more, it sure is quite different from the original.

  (542) posted on 10.10.2012

i think it is a great looking car. i love it!

  (516) posted on 10.10.2012

it sure is too bad they are not sticking to the old look more.

  (1) posted on 09.12.2012

Check out the new Car and Driver , they got a different picture.

  (2) posted on 09.6.2012

its like a chevy carmaro and dodge challenger had a kid

  (1) posted on 06.23.2012

C’mon man, the first thing I thought of when seeing this was Camaro. Stick to the retro formula. Old looks, light weight, new technology. I still say, the ones who were old enough to drive, but couldn’t afford them back when these cars came out, can afford em now and will buy em based on the old looks with todays perfromance.

  (453) posted on 05.7.2012

It’s like a normal car for elite people, except that it’s been equipped with an abnormally powerful engine for a luxury car.

  (463) posted on 05.7.2012

How is it called the Barracuda? Anyway, it looks highly aggressive as it sounds, although it doesn’t resemble its name at all.

  (1) posted on 04.26.2012

This definitely does look a lot like a camaro, but (since I’m sure they will be changing the looks) I hope they keep the shaker hood!
More importantly though, I hope the engineers at dodge make saving weight a high priority. They’ve already got the power, so if this car can go around a corner, they might be stealing some sales.. Nothing like some stiff competition to make Ford and Chevy sweat!

  (459) posted on 04.11.2012

The amount of sloppiness in this car is ridiculous. Lengthy figure and low headroom on the inside, really? I feel like its hood is actually going to block the driver’s view.

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