2019 Dodge Barracuda is highly expected to be the next big muscle car on the block, as many muscle car enthusiasts have already started comparing it to the SRT Challenger. It is quite difficult to say whether or not the new Barracuda car will perform better than the Challenger will. However, one thing is certain that the chance of a new muscle car production begins, is always good to hear. If you are looking to buy a luxury sports car, then you might consider waiting for this 2019 Barracuda.

2019 Dodge Barracuda Design

The Barracuda 2019 an upgraded interior and exterior that the Challenger. Thus, the new car will not only look good on the outside, but it will also feel good inside too. However, it is not easy to decode Auto her first impressions, as it seems to attract design elements of the Challenger SRT itself. Although basic sketches and renderings were made public to date, a clay model 2019 Dodge Barracuda has yet to be unveiled. Dodge is determined to design a luxury sports car and muscle if it is, then it’s just a bonus. It is expected that 2019 Barracuda proved aerodynamics and better quality materials.

2019 Dodge Barracuda Interior

Inside 2019 Barracuda is well designed, the introduction of a large number of features and design components, new to the world of our conventional muscles. Particular attention was paid to the aspects of safety and luxury, which emphasize the positive aspects of this vehicle. All this should help drivers remain comfortable when driving the 2019 Dodge Barracuda, even at high speeds.

2019 Dodge Barracuda Engine

2019 Dodge Barracuda get the power of a range of engine blocks, including the Pentastar V-6 and 5.7-liter HEMI V-8 option. This power unit is capable of generating 600 B Horsepower, which will be a huge performance gain for any car of this category. Compared with the Challenger, fuel economy off Barracuda 2019 should be better because of a large number of technical additions.

2019 Dodge Barracuda Price and release date

The price and Dodge Barracuda 2019 release date have not been made public by the manufacturers. Some rumors say that the launch date will be somewhere around 2019 and it will cost more than $ 60,000. However, potential buyers could expect to get something better than what they have achieved in the previous version of Barracuda.


  1. Could you build some in Right hand drive please !! I’m sure there are a few Australians keen to get their hands on one of these ..

    1. Exactly, they just copied a Camaro and changed the front and back lights. It lookes EXACTLY like a Camaro from the side.

  2. get rid of the SRT badge and put the CUDA badge instead AND PUT THE RIGHT KIND OF GRILL THAT LOOKS AND FUNTIONS

  3. In 1970 as a senior in HS, My parents helped me buy a 1970 ‘Cuda on the showroom floor!! A year later the Army called. I only made a $128 a month as a soldier. Chad had to go………broke my heart. Now, I am saving my $$$$$$ for the new one.

  4. My first car was a 73 Cuda 340 with a 71 front end . 4 headlights and this looks like a Mustang front end with a camaro tall. The could have at least put the Plymouth on it. I’ll take the Challenger.

  5. It is incomplete without the 426 Hemi. For nostalgia sake they should have that option. Ford and Chevy have 7 liter power plants, Chrysler could do it too.

  6. I had a 1970 Challenger 318, SE with an overhead console, slapstick automatic transmission, the SE had a small rear window, up grade tires and wheels, two of my friends also had 1970 Challengers, one with the 383 and one had the 426 Hemi with a 4 speed. We loved them.

  7. Why does it look like the cross between a mustang and a Camaro? Plus 60,000 for a v6 or even a 5.7! No thanks.

  8. Looks like a bad Hot Wheel. Why can’t car manufacturers make cars that looks as good, as different (from each other) and original as they used to in the 60s and 70s?

  9. Resembles the camero to much, if they want originality, go for the late 60’s barracuda, less electronic gadgetry , and more emphasis on road worthy. Make Ralph Nader proud again.

  10. This has been in the works for years , and as a ‘Cuda fan, I hope it doesn’t look anything like these pictures and I hope they don’t call it a Barracuda or ‘Cuda.

  11. The back of the car looks great but you have to do something about the front end the head lights are not the best. Make a closed front like the old chargers with hidden head lights.

  12. had a 1972 340 Cuda with a 3-5-5 rear end, best car I have ever owned, the styling was the best that year. nice louvered grill with 4 round tail lights, dual exhaust.

  13. My Mom had a 74 Cuda rag top. When she passed she willed the car to a TV preacher woman. I”m still upset after 18 years


    Can yall be the first car company to turn back time? PLEASE poll the people ! TONS of us Mopar fans would absolutely love to see throw back production of yer late 60’s to late 70’s cars. The top piks where the 73 Barracuda, 68 Dart and the real style Charger. WE REALLY WANT NEW “old” cars. BACK to the basics….no cameras, no tv’s, a normal console
    display w gauges not digital ( that idea went over 50/50, some like the digital), windows with crank handles, etc. We wanna bare bones basic old style no perks Mopar. This goes rite down to old style motor too. Forget all the damned sensors PLEASE !!! Go back to a motor that don’t look like a dumped plate of spaghetti ,ones like our parents taught us to change oil in….I know, after almost a year pollin this on my own, yall would sell the shit outta throw back cars.

  15. Everyone has at least at first glance over look the fact that the Barracuda was a Plymouth product and not Dodge. Interesting enough though that Dodge would try to revitalize one of the powerhouses from the Plymouth line the Barracuda was the Challenger twin brother.

  16. WHY is it dodge instead of a Plymouth after all the old barracudas were plymouths and that pisses me off that’s like a old’s came to or a London mustang assailed always got to be changing things it’s like you forgot where you came from I’m done…πŸ’¨

  17. First off plymouth jad the cuda not dodge and second who designed the car was it the same guy that designed the camaro come on fiat get real and stop ruining good muscle car names

  18. it’s ugly!! earlier renderings were nicer .. come guys .. make it atleast LOOK like one of the old cuda’s! I had a ’65 .. my 1st car .. loved it!

    1. Seriously this looks like shit! They wont sell and that’s all there is to it. No vision,no conception skills ,no dick. Jesus kindegarden kids could come up with something far more good looking than this thing/

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