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Plymouth
Barracuda
(1964)




Basic (general) data

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Marque (make)Image of Plymouth Barracuda
Plymouth
SerieBarracuda
Model family
ModelBarracuda
Model code
Issued from1964
Issued until
Country of originUS
Number made
Body construction
Body designation

Bodywork

 
Base platform
Bodywork typefixed-head coupé
Bodywork designer
Number of doors2
Number of seats5
Cargo capacity (volume) [l / cu ft / cu ft]
Max. cargo capacity (volume) [l / cu ft / cu ft]
Passenger space (volume) [l / cu ft / cu ft]

Dimensions & Weight

 
Wheelbase [mm / in / in]2692 / 106.0 / 106.0
Track front [mm / in / in]1420 / 55.9 / 55.9
Track rear [mm / in / in]1412 / 55.6 / 55.6
Length [mm / in / in]4780 / 188.2 / 188.2
Width [mm / in / in]1781 / 70.1 / 70.1
Height [mm / in / in]1364 / 53.7 / 53.7
Length/wheelbase ratio1.78
Ground clearance [mm / in / in]
Total (curb) weight [kg / lb / lb]
Dry weight [kg / lb / lb]
Load capacity [kg / lb / lb]
Gross (max.) weight [kg / lb / lb]
Towing weight [kg / lb / lb]
Weight distribution (front) [% / % / %]
Fuel capacity [l / UK gal / US gal]68 / 15.0 / 18.0

Aerodynamics

 
Drag coefficient (Cd, Cx, Cw)
Frontal area (A) [m2 / sq ft / sq ft]2.06 / 22.2 / 22.2 (est.)
Aerodynamic coefficient (Cd×A) [m2 / sq ft / sq ft]
Aerodynamic resistance (Aero horse power) at 100 km/h (62 mph) [kW / hp / hp]

Engine

 
Engine Code
Engine ManufacturerPlymouth
Engine Typestraight (inline)
Engine Type Details
Sump
Fuelpetrol (gasoline)
Fuel details
Cam DesignOHV (overhead valve, I-head)
Total number of cylinders6
Total number of valves12
Valves per cylinder2
Engine Main bearings
Engine construction
Bore [mm / in / in]86.4 / 3.40 / 3.40
Stroke [mm / in / in]79.4 / 3.13 / 3.13
Bore/Stroke ratio1.09
Engine displacement [cm3 / cu in / cu in]2793 / 170.4 / 170.4
Unitary capacity [cm3/cylinder / cu in/cylinder / cu in/cylinder]465.50 / 28.407 / 28.407
Compression ratio8.5
Fuel supply
Aspirationnatural
Compressor typeN/A
Intercoolerno
Catalytic converterno
Max. output power [kW / hp / hp]75.3 / 101.0 / 101.0
Max. output power rpm [rpm / rpm / rpm]4400 / 4400 / 4400
Max. torque [N·m / lb·ft / lb·ft]210.0 / 154.9 / 154.9
Max. torque rpm [rpm / rpm / rpm]2400 / 2400 / 2400
Maximum rpm [rpm / rpm / rpm]
Coolantwater
Max. net output (power at the wheels) [kW / hp / hp]30.1 / 40.4 / 40.4 (est.)
Specific output [kW/l / bhp/cu in / bhp/cu in]27.0 / 0.592 / 0.592
Specific torque [N·m/l / lb·ft/cu in / lb·ft/cu in]75.2 / 0.66 / 0.66

Transmission

 
Transmission typemanual
Number of gears4
Wheel driverear wheel drive
Top gear (drive) ratio1
Final gear (drive) ratio3.23

Performance

 
Power-to-weight ratio [kW/ton / bhp/ton / bhp/ton]
Acceleration 0-50 mph (80 km/h) [s / s / s]
Acceleration 0-60 mph (97 km/h) [s / s / s]
Acceleration 0-100 km/h [s / s / s]
Acceleration 0-100 mph (160 km/h) [s / s / s]
Acceleration 80-120 km/h (50-70 mph) in top [s / s / s]
Standing ¼mile time [s / s / s]
Standing ¼mile speed [km/h / mph / mph]
Standing kilometer time [s / s / s]
Standing kilometer speed [km/h / mph / mph]
Top (maximal) speed [km/h / mph / mph]
Fuel consumption, City (urban) [l/100km / mpg-UK / mpg-US]
Fuel consumption, Road (extra-urban) [l/100km / mpg-UK / mpg-US]
Fuel consumption, Mixed (combined) [l/100km / mpg-UK / mpg-US]
Fuel consumption, Euro [l/100km / mpg-UK / mpg-US]
CO2 emissions [g/km / g/mi / g/mi]
Range [km / mi / mi]

Chassis

 
Engine locationfront
Engine alignmentlongitudinal
Steering
Steering details
Turns lock-to-lock
Suspension frontIndependent, Torsion bar
Suspension rearLive axle, Semi-elliptic leaf springs
Wheels front4.5 x 13
Wheels rear4.5 x 13
Tyres front6.50 x 13
Tyres rear6.50 x 13
Brakes frontdrum
Brakes reardrum
Brakes detailsservo-assisted
Brake diameter front [mm / in / in]229 / 9.0 / 9.0
Brake diameter rear [mm / in / in]229 / 9.0 / 9.0
Braked area [cm2 / sq in / sq in]
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