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Plymouth Barracuda Concept 2012

Written By Nathen Bridgwater on Friday, December 28, 2012 | 3:21 PM

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One of the sports cars from the United States will be launched in 2012, a car that has been anticipated automotive enthusiast is this very sporty and sophisticated, has an engine and power that is so challenging and also great, want to know? the following report.

Another report following muscle car The Plymouth 'Cuda concept is the work of Rafael Reston, a digital designer from São Paulo, Brazil. The 'Cuda concept was inspired by the 1971 Plymouth Barracuda, and follows the recent trend of Reviving the legendary muscle cars like the Dodge Challenger, Chevrolet Camaro and Ford Mustang. Reston created the 'Cuda concept using Alias Studio Tools 2008, Rhinoceros 4.0 was used for the interior, with the final rendering in Bunkspeed Hypershot.

The car was apparently a painted clay model and the interior was still in the design stage but was promised to be leaps and bounds improved.  In coming months I am sure we will begin to see spy shots due to the cars supposed 2012 year debut.
2008 Cuda Concept Design Proposition Looks like the one-off, custom made 2008 Cuda coupe that made its appearance at last year’s SEMA Show (see video here) has enliven the interest in the Plymouth Barracuda. This computer generated rendering is the work of Rafael Reston, a digital designer from Sao Paulo, Brazil. According to Reston, the Barracuda Concept is based on the platform of the Chrysler 300C, while the proposed power source is a 5.4-litre bio-fuelled HEMI V8 engine. If you ask us, the overall design seems a little bit too “Hot-Wheelish” for our tastes. Feel free to disagree with us -or agree of course, by leaving

According to Reston, the Barracuda Concept is based on the platform of the Chrysler 300C, while the proposed power source is a 5.4-litre bio-fuelled HEMI V8 engine. If you ask us, the overall design seems a little bit too “Hot-Wheelish” for our tastes. Feel free to disagree with us -or agree of course, by leaving a comment below. -High res image There’s no official word from Chrysler on whether this vehicle will remain a pure concept or if it’s destined for production, but bringing the car to market would not be a difficult task when you consider most of the car’s internals would be shared with the Challenger. As most readers would know, the original Barracuda was sold as a Plymouth but since that brand has been dropped from Chrysler’s lineup this latest version would have to be sold either as a Dodge or Chrysler. Not surprisingly the concept vehicle is badgeless.

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Take a look at this 2012 Plymouth Barracuda Concept made by digital art designer Danijel07. It took him about 27h to finish. Everything is brush except wheels, grill, lights and the mesh. Obviously it is based on the last generation Dodge Challenger, but there always was that blood relation in between those two muscle cars. This could definitely be an official 2012 Barracuda Concept.

When Chrysler trotted out the Barracuda concept this past November at the SEMA Show in Las Vegas, our first thought, after wanting to give it our lunch money, was that it might be one of the few examples in recent memory where Chrysler’s badge engineering boffins couldn’t drop the ball. A Photoshop wizard from Sao Paulo, Brazil by the name of Rafael Reston figured that Chrysler wasn’t working fast enough (if at all) and decided to mock up his own interpretation of a Barracuda revival. While we’re not entirely sold on the styling cues he chose, which straddle the line between concept car gauche and an art student’s waste basket, we still like the idea. But it’s highly doubtful that Chrysler has the time or resources to pour into a low-volume seller that has the possibility of cannibalizing sales from the Challenger.

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Back in April reports emerged claiming officials at Chrysler were considering creating a new Barracuda based on its upcoming Dodge Challenger, with none other than hot-rod legend Chip Foose dropping the suggestion at the New York Auto Show. These latest images, which turned up on CarDomain, are proof that Chrysler has created a new performance version of the Challenger.

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