The Plymouth HEMI Cuda was set into production in 1970 and is part of the 3rd generation Plymouth Barracuda series and was built on the E-body platform. The HEMI Cuda though is a high-performance variant of the Barracuda and is powered by a 7.0L HEMI V8 engine built by Chrysler.
The "Red" edition was released on February 5th, 2013, and is the Cash variant of the Hemi Cuda. The car comes completely stock and features no performance parts. Also unlike the "Green" edition, the "Red" edition does not feature its body vinyls.
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The Plymouth Hemi Cuda has a stock top speed of 216 km/h (134 mph) which in very low for Class C and is even the average top speed for Class D. The acceleration, on the other hand is average, and it also has a weak nitrous output. The handling is grippy and very responsive and can do cornering very well. However, its performance is severely limited to its 4-Speed gearbox.
For Pursuit Outrun and Team Escape the Hemi Cuda can perform very well. It is able to go through roadblocks fairly well and it is capable of dodging Rhinos very well because of its grippy and responsive handling. Also, because of its heavy weight, ramming police/barricades are a breeze, and because of its decent acceleration, it can regain any lost speed.