Given Porsager’s penchant for design, that’s where this Cuda really stands apart. Pop open the door and the interior appears to have been modernized in all the right places. The center console even sports an iPad, hooked up to a 13-speaker Bang & Olufsen speaker system. Recaro sport seats replace the original units, and these are noted to feature in-seat ventilation.
Outside, the Barracuda has undergone a few sleek design changes, which include deleted door handles, blacked-out front and rear fascia trim elements, and custom exhaust integrated through a new rear bumper. How do you get in with no door handles? Either use the key fob to pop the door, or you can get an RFID chip implanted into your hand, and wave it over the windshield sensor. No, seriously though.
If there’s one rub, it is this. Porsager notes that the car is near completion, though a few details with the air conditioning, sound system, and suspension adjustments need to be addressed. Still, in its “almost there” condition, it is quite a sight to behold