• 1970 Plymouth Barracuda Rapid Transit (photo via Mecum Auctions)

    One of four traveling road show cars from 1970 and '71, the 1970 Plymouth 'Cuda 440 Rapid Transit concept emerged after 50 years to earn big money on the auction block.

  • 1971 Plymouth Hemi Cuda Convertible
    Fiat Chrysler renews Cuda trademark

    Is Fiat Chrysler Automobiles about to resurrect the Cuda name for a modern-day muscle car? The folks at Allpar noticed that FCA renewed its trademark for “Cuda” with the United States Patent and Trademark Office on June 16. It follows the renewal by FCA of the trademark for...

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    Barracuda coming back as a Dodge?

    Fiat Chrysler Automobiles [NYSE:FCAU] is currently holding its dealer group meeting in Las Vegas, during which it's showing the people who sell its vehicles the future of the company. Late last night our sources informed us that a new Barracuda is not only coming, but that it was shown in...

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    Fiat Chrysler Automobiles trademarks "Barracuda" name

    Is Fiat Chrysler Automobiles [NYSE:FCAU] about to resurrect the Barracuda nameplate for a new muscle car? Only a few years ago it certainly seemed that way but then in 2014 Ralph Gilles, who at the time was running Dodge-tuner SRT, came out and dismissed the rumors. Now the rumor mill is spinning...

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    More Details Leaked On The Upcoming SRT Barracuda

    While it’s pretty clear that Chrysler will launch an updated version of the Barracuda under the SRT brand for the 2015 model year, there appears to be some doubt on whether or not such a model will coexist with the current Dodge Challenger. Just a few weeks back we presented the argument for...

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    Will The Re-Born SRT Barracuda Get A Supercharged HEMI?

    Back in February we heard that rumors were being spread at the Detroit Auto Show about the Barracuda nameplate being brought back to replace the Dodge Challenger. We also exclusively reported last summer that later this year SRT will offer a factory supercharger option on the LX-platform SRT8...

  • 1967 Plymouth Barracuda

    If reports from Detroit are correct, the aging Dodge Challenger will be replaced by a more performance-oriented SRT Barracuda, probably for the 2015 model year.

  • Dodge Challenger SRT8 392 "Yellow Jacket"
    The Dodge Challenger's Days May Be Numbered: Report

    The Current Dodge Challenger, which debuted in 2008, may be replaced by a smaller, lighter pony car with the legendary Barracuda nameplate.

  • 1970 Plymouth Hemi Barracuda
    Chrysler Working On Dodge-Branded 'Cuda?

    The 'Cuda. A pony car-turned-muscle car legend born into a brand that's no longer with us: Plymouth. But the fact that its original parent marque is gone doesn't necessarily rule out a return of the 'Cuda as muscle cars like the Challenger, Camaro, and Mustang continue their return to the...

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    Mr. Norm 'Super' Challenger and Cuda enter production

    One of the highlights of last year’s SEMA Auto Show was the seriously upgraded Super Challenger modified by legendary Dodge dealer and tuner Mr. Norm. The outfit’s latest addition to its long-running ‘Super’ line of cars is based around the new Dodge Challenger, more...

  • Dodge Challenger ‘Cuda’ convertible concept
    Dodge Challenger ‘Cuda’ Convertible Concept

    While Chrysler is yet to reveal any solid plans for a modern-day Barracuda based on its all-new Dodge Challenger muscle car, in the past six months we have already seen a number of new ‘Cudas’ such as this purple convertible version from California’s Metalcrafters. The...

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    2009 HXC Cuda

    Not wanting to wait for Chrysler to build an official Barracuda, HXC Performance has penned up their own version of a new-generation Cuda and are already taking orders for the car, which is expected to be on sale by mid next year. The HXC Cuda will be built in a limited run of just 1,500 examples...

  • Dodge Challenger ‘Barracuda’ Concept turns up at SEMA

    Back in April reports emerged claiming officials at Chrysler were considering creating a new Barracuda based on its Dodge Challenger, with none other than hot-rod legend Chip Foose dropping the suggestion at the New York Auto Show. These latest images are proof that Chrysler has created a new performance version of the Challenger. This new car sports a totally revised front-end with single projector headlights, a new grille and a black ‘shaker’ hood. The same story can be told for the rear, which also gets new lights, a central fuel-filler cap, and a small carbon-fiber bootlid...

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