SRT Barracuda

The rumors mills are turning once again with talks of the Barracuda making a return possible under the SRT brand.  Below is a concept rendering of a what a 2015 SRT Barracuda could look like.

Down playing this rumor SRT president Ralph Gilles said “It’s something that has grown legs on its own. It’s not something that we have confirmed.” He went on to say though “I never say never” and that “It’s a romantic name, it’s a very storied name.” [ads]

Roundup of SRT Barracuda Concept Drawings

Here are some of the good and bad concept drawings that are making their way around the internet.  Post in the comments your favorites or any more you have found.

Concept Pic from Car & Driver

Concept drawing from user at Allpar

Concept drawing from user at Allpar

2015 SRT Barracuda

The 2015 SRT Barracuda would be targeted to be similarly sized to the Camaro and the Mustang.  It could be potentially be built on the same platform as a Dodge Dart or Chrysler 200.

More information to come.

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38 Responses to SRT Barracuda

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    OMG!Very nice. Is these for real?

  2. Amazing car, I wish I could drive in it!

  3. Wow! This is perfect! Thsose new models are truly incredible!

  4. Would like to have this car.

  5. nice car, hope to have soon

  6. Terry says:

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    nice car, would like to get it

  8. Towing says:

    Some lean mean muscle car concepts, nicely done 🙂

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