A Brazilian designer, Rafael Reston, created this Plymouth Cuda concept based on the 1971 Plymouth Barracuda. Cuda is part of the reviving old famous car trend, which includes the Chevrolet Camaro and Dodge Challenger.
The basis for this car was the Chrysler 300C platform, with an aluminum body and 22-inch wheels. The rest of the aerodynamic wheels, like lateral panels, spoilers and hood are made from carbon fiber.
The Plymouth Cuda concept runs on a Hemi V8, with a capacity of 5.4 liters, working on bio-fuel.
The Alias Studio Tools 2008 was used to create the interior of the car.
It all looks good on paper and Reston is currently looking for some support to make this Plymouth Cuda concept real.