This muscle car started as Plymouth Barracuda back in 1970. But after LMC guys took it over it became the LMC Super Cuda which basically kept the looks of the original, but swapped its heart with twin-turbocharged Viper V10 in order to develop 1000 HP. To keep on the road LMC Super Cuda has its chassis heavily modified. Even though the aerodynamics isn’t superb the LMC Cuda was able to keep up with the Ferrari Enzo [850 HP] on the high speed ring [watch the video below]. It reached 208 mph speed and was able to do more. This one definitely a beast car not a regular 1970 Cuda.