2016 Ford GT40 - Ford Cars Review

2016 Ford GT40
2016 Ford GT40 , 2016 Ford GT40 will come with the big change after long releasing in 2005. It had surprised auto lovers in North American International Auto Show in Detroit which is being a big show supercar. Now, 2016 GT40 comes with new refreshment in engine and modern technology for the ultimate experience.Engine2016 Ford GT40 will come with a new twin-turbo, 3.5 liter V6 EcoBoost engine that is to generate 600hp featuring a wide power band with impressive time to torque characteristic. . It is more powerful compared to the last version of GT which only produces 550 hp with V8 engine. The engine is located in the middle of the vehicle in order to get a perfect weight balance for the car. However, this car is not equipped with a hybrid system like used in supercars such as Mc.Laren P1 and Porsche 918.ExteriorConstruction materials of this car are made of mixture of aluminum and carbon fiber. Aluminum makes up the sub frames for the car’s front and rear, while carbon fiber makes up most of the rest of the vehicle. Design of this 2016 Ford GT40 is undeniable pretty stylish. Ford intended to make a more dramatic cuts including huge gaps in the vehicle rear fender that show this 2016 Ford GT40 that is designed tightly compact. At the front side, it is adorned with modern LED headlight. The GT supercar is also featured with rear-wheel drive, a mid-mounted engine, and two-door coupe body sells.InteriorUp until now, Ford did not give much information about the details of this supercar. However, the company said that there will be a steering wheel that is similar to Formula One Cars which is offering button right on the wheel for important controls. The sophisticated features are also applied in this 2016 Ford GT40 with fully modern digital buttons and fully configurable display.

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Ford GT comes to 2015 Detroit with 600 horsepower - BMW Cars Review

Ford GT comes to 2015 Detroit with 600 horsepower
The GT will be built with a carbon fiber passenger cell, as well as aluminum front and rear subframes encapsulated in structural carbon fiber body panels.The supercar will be powered by what Ford claims to be the most powerful EcoBoost production engine ever: a next-gen twin-turbo EcoBoost V-6 that makes more than 600 horsepower. The mid-engine GT feature low-slung and tear-drop design with scissors doors.
Inspired from racing, the GT’s chassis is suspended by an active racing-style torsion bar and pushrod suspension. The car’s ride height can be adjusted.The new Ford GT include 20-inch carbon fiber wheels with Michelin Pilot Super Sport Cup 2 tires that were uniquely designed for the GT. Carbon-ceramic brakes will help stop this beast within a respectable distance. It also sports an active rear spoiler to help with downforce.

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