Fiat Chrysler Automobiles pulled out all the stops at their dealers meeting in Las Vegas as they reportedly showed a number of highly-anticipated models including an all-new Barracuda.
Starting with the aforementioned model, FCA unveiled a Dodge Barracuda convertible at the event. Little is known about the car but it is reportedly based on the same rear-wheel drive platform that underpins the Alfa Romeo Giulia.
Dealers also said Dodge showed the next-generation Charger which features a more streamlined design that echoes the 1999 Charger concept. It will also be based on the Giulia's platform.
Jeep had a strong showing as well as the brand introduced the Grand Wagoneer and the Grand Cherokee SRT Track Hawk which features a supercharged 6.2-liter V8 Hellcat engine and an all-wheel drive system. It will reportedly enable the model to rocket from a 0-60 mph in just 3.5 seconds.
Off-road enthusiasts will also be happy to know the next-generation Wrangler made an appearance and a dealer told Automotive News the model “stays pretty true to its current form."
Dealers were also shown an Alfa Romeo crossover and the Fiat 124 Spider but there's no word on how they looked.