SRT CEO denies plans Barracuda version

SRT CEO denies plans Barracuda version

It will not be this time that fans will have an SRT Barracuda version. Brand CEO, Ralph Gilles said that the possibility of the model to be produced in series there.

In an interview for publication Automobile Magazine, Gilles said that "such information [that exist Barracuda version] created his own legs. It's something we never confirmed. "

According to him, the Barracuda would be smaller than the Challenger SRT and therefore need a new platform, which would require many expenses. What can happen is a smaller version of a sport, as the Dart SRT, which would be sold as model input.

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