It is always nice to look back in history in order to remind ourselves to what car models were actual back in the day, which models were rivals etc. But is it good to use the name of an already existing car model, make some modifications and present it to the public instead to inventing something new? We are judging nobody, far from that, just the 2016 Plymouth Road Runner triggered that question in our heads.
This new model is mostly based on the cars produced in 1971 and 1972 with modern details, naturally. The front section seems more enigmatic thanks to the headlight area which is made of tinted glass. You cannot see the lights unless they aren`t on. It is also the same with the car`s logo. Furthermore, the grille upfront supplies the machine with good deal of air, which keeps the turbocharged V8 Hemi engine cool enough. Additionally, the motor is supposed to deliver 620 horsepower as well as 650 lb-ft of torque. Moreover, likewise the headlights, the taillights have the same characteristic, they are visible only when are on, completing the mighty design of Michael Leonhard. The 2016 Plymouth Road Runner is going to be available for sale by the end of this year at a fair price of around $53,000.
Need a reminder of the old-school?! Click here to see one astonishing 1970 Plymouth Barracuda!