Here is the hottest news comes from Detroit Motor Show which stated that in order to replace the Dodge Challenger, Chrysler is planning for a new Barracuda of rear- drive Alfa Romeos.
The model will be smaller compared to the Challenger and will get rid of its retro styling. The Challenger is actually the largest car in the segment employing the Dodge Charger 300’s last- generation platform, measured at 197.7 inches length and ride on a 116.0 inch wheelbase. yet, it means the Challenger’s wheelbase is shorter by 4.2 inches compared to the Chargers due to the fact that the Challenger needs to imitate the 1970- 74 Dodge Challenger’s dimension and use the Charger’s tall front cowl.
Although based on the RWD platform, the Barracuda replacement will be available in more trim. Even now, Chrysler and Fiat are reported to have a corporation in creating a new platform which is tend to be smaller than the current Charger.
It is not certain at all and there is no further information on the Cuda yet. However Just like the next Viper, the Barracuda is most possible to employ the SRT brand name and expected to be sold under the SRT name as well than utilizing Dodge name or bringing back the Plymouth name. However, there are also some reports that stated the new RWD platform also will provide a lineup of Alfa Romeos, like a sports car, a coupe, and a sport sedan.
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