The 2016 Plymouth Superbird Specs, Release Date And Price

2016 Plymouth Superbird

The 2016 Plymouth Superbird Specs, Release Date And Price

This time we are going to talk about a car that was developed specifically for the NASCAR racing series. The year is 1970 and the car that we are going to talk about is the Superbird – a highly modified version of Plymouth Road Runner. The short-lived sports car was manufactured for the 1970 season to the Dodge Charger Daytona of 1969. Of course, the Superbird featured a lot of modifications in order to go on the track.

At this time all Superbird rides were equipped with the top of the line 426ci/7.0-liter HEMI engine. In addition there were four barrel Carter AFB carburettors added on the top of the heart of this monster. The result was amazing – 425 horsepower that could make the car run from 0 to 60 MPH in just 5.5 seconds. A time that nowadays is still considered to be tough for some manufacturers. Last words for this icon – you could easily recognize the car with its well-known graphics of the Road Runner and the horn.

In one month time we are going to be able to get in the next generation of the Plymouth Superbird. The release date of the new Superbird is October, 2015 or in other words that is actually next month. The new 2015 Plymouth Superbird is just behind the corner and we think that it looks great. The shaker hood is included in the base package for the total price of $58,500. Other things included in the list for the base package are the LED flip signals, angel eyes headlights, LED taillights, the custom rear bumper with the spoiler, 22-inch wheels and many more.

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There are a lot of features and modifications that you could order additionally if you are not satisfied with the car. There is an option to add a single or twin-turbo package if you are a fan of turbo chargers. Otherwise you could order the Magnuson supercharger to achieve more power. If you would like to have your car slammed to the ground then you could add a coil-over suspension in the list.

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