This second iteration, which was offered for 1967-1969, was redesigned to accomodate larger engines, right up to the iconic 426 HEMI. Heck, the drag racing scene even built a mid-engined Barracuda dubbed HEMI Under Glass (it got a blower for 1968!), which could do wheelstands for days, but we digress.
Returning to this… 2024 Plymouth Barracuda EV, the 2D work passes the immaginary standalone model test with flying colors. It’s all thanks to a respectable list of changes compared to its Dodge base, which, by the way, features a STLA Large platform.