|Plymouth Cuda 440 Six Pack '71|
|Appears in||Gran Turismo 4|
Gran Turismo PSP
Gran Turismo 5
Gran Turismo 6
|Type in GT5||ST|
|Interior in GT6||Simple|
|Engine||Chrysler RB 440|
|Max Power||390 PS|
|Performance Points||479 PP|
|Max Torque||66.40 kgf.m|
|Top Speed||121 miles per hour (195 km/h)|
|Weight||1,576 kilograms (3,470 lb)|
"A 2-door coupe that was the king of Plymouth compact sportscars."
Chrysler reinvented its popular performance coupe, the Plymouth Barracuda, in 1970. A year later, it underwent a slight facelift, going to a 4-lamp headlight design. With this, the 'Cuda, known for the simplicity of its look, lost its uniqueness as it grew closer in appearance to its sister car, the Challenger. With several appealing engine options, the new 'Cuda had to be slightly revised because of the Muskie (Clean Air) Act. This forced the automakers, including Chrysler, to remove big engines from their vehicles in order to meet the strict emission regulations.
As a consequence, 1971 was the last model year to include 'Cudas with engines larger than 383 cu. in., arguably the very engines that made the 'Cuda what it was. The 'Cudas equipped with 426 Hemis were made in such low numbers that their sales volume were never high, but the 440 6 Pack configuration model, which logged more than 1000 units the previous year, saw a sharp decline in sales because of the new laws. Total production numbers for the 1971 'Cuda 440 6 Pack totaled a mere 254 units, with the rarest version (at only five units) being the convertible. These 1971 Plymouth 'Cudas with the 440 6 Pack and the 426 Hemi have become extremely popular with collectors around the world and carry astronomical price tags.
This car can be bought at the Plymouth dealership for 58,360 Credits.
This car can be purchased for 58,360 Credits.
As a Standard car, the Plymouth Cuda 440 Six Pack '71 can be purchased from the Used Car Dealership for 49,648 Credits. It is a Level 8 car.
This car can be purchased for 58,360 Credits. It is a simplified car.