At a dealer meeting held in Las Vegas earlier this week, Fiat Chrysler Automobiles [NYSE:FCAU] confirmed a number of its upcoming models, one of which will be a new Barracuda. The only problem is that without the Plymouth brand around, FCA has decided to brand the new ‘Cuda as a Dodge. We’re sure that won’t sit well with loyalists but we’re still happy a new Barracuda will soon be born.
Another vehicle confirmed at the dealer meeting was a next-generation Charger. The new muscle sedan is expected to feature couple-like styling and ride on the new rear-wheel-drive platform making its debut in the Alfa Romeo Giulia sedan.
Mercedes-Benz’s GL-Class will be rebranded a GLS when it undergoes its mid-cycle update in the next six months or so. Today we’ve spotted a prototype for a high-performance variant being developed by Mercedes-AMG as the replacement for the current GL63.
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