Saturday, October 20, 2018

About Ford GT supercar 2018


Ford Motor Company has finally unveiled some of its new GT Supercar features.

We can confirm that the 3.5-liter V-6 vehicle with dual turbo delivers 647 hp at 6,250 rpm and 550 lb feet of torque at 5,900 rpm, with 90 percent of torque at 3,500 rpm.

We also know about the EPA that the car combined 11 MPG City, 18 Road and 14, which is worse than the fuel consumption of V10 powered Viper Dodge.

The middle of the engine has a compression ratio of 9.0: 1 and is combined with a 7-speed dual-clutch transmission. The drive is only using a limited skate differential on the rear wheels.

The highest speed is 216mph, making the GT the fastest car in Ford history production. We do not have a number of acceleration, but most of the cars in this class will be 60 mph in 3.0 seconds or less and we have no doubt that the same applies to the GT.

The dry weight is 3,053.84 pounds, which is slightly more than the dry weight of 2,712 pounds of 666 horsepower from the McLaren 675LT, although Ford’s own GT tests proved faster by one lane.

During the tests, Ford drove the GT against the 675LT as well as the Ferrari 458 Speciale race against the clock at Calabogie Motorsports Park in Canada. With the same driver for each of the cars, GT tested a time of 2:09:08 around the 3.1 mile route. McLaren’s time was 2: 10.8 and Ferrari 2: 12.9.

It was not an independent test, so the numbers should not be taken as a par value. However, they provide a scale against which future tests can be measured. We are confident if Ford will not provide GT to test some owners.
Blue Oval praises the active aerodynamics and suspension of the vehicle to ensure the excellent trajectory times. These systems, ground on track, are designed to allow the car to drive at optimum speed, resistance and balance at all speeds. These can be set using the vehicle’s drive status switch, which contains track mode.

In the track mode, the suspension is increased, the fuel flow rises and the car is lowered by 50 mm Even the active aerodynamics come to life.The air ducts in the front area are sealed so that more air in the pressure pipes is even higher in the body The rear flank also extends gravity and serves as a brake Air during heavy braking maneuvers.

GT’s production is handled by multimatic Canada in Markham, Ontario. The cars are being built at a rate of $ 250 a year, and the first copies have already been delivered.

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