What engine is in the Falcon F7?

What engine is in the Falcon F7?

What engine is in the Falcon F7?

The F7 is a mid engine rear-wheel-drive two seat sports car with a monocoque chassis built from aluminum, carbon fiber and Kevlar. In its base configuration the car is powered by a naturally aspirated 427 cubic inch all aluminum dry-sump V8 (LS7-derived), delivering between 620 and 680 hp which enables the 2,750 lb.

Is the Falcon F7 still made?

This particular F7 is number three of seven produced and six surviving and was the show car at Falcon Motorsports’ 2014 Detroit Auto Show stand. It’s stuck within the same family since new, and it’s always gone back to the OEM for maintenance.

How much is a Falcon F7 car cost?

All you need is $675,000. The F7 had an original sticker price of $250,000, so the $675k price tag for the whole thing feels like a steal.

What is the top speed of a Falcon F7?

Each Falcon F7 engine is assembled by Lingenfelter Performance Engineering – a name well-known in the Corvette scene. Power goes to the rear wheels, through a six-speed manual. This translates to a 0-60 mph (97 km/h) time of 3.3 seconds and a top speed of 200 mph (322 km/h).

What car is made in Holly Michigan?

the F7
Falcon Motorsports, a supercar maker established in 2011 and based in Holly, Michigan, has built only seven units of the F7 over the years and now finds itself at an impasse.

How much horsepower does a Ford Falcon have?

The standard FG Falcon engine is a 24-valve 4.0-Litre in-line six with VCT; which produces peak power of 195 kW (261 hp) at 6000 rpm and peak torque of 391 N⋅m (288 lb⋅ft) at 3250 rpm.

What is Lykan HyperSport?

The Lykan HyperSport is a Lebanese limited production sports car manufactured by W Motors, a United Arab Emirates based company, founded in 2012 in Lebanon with the collaboration of Lebanese and Italian engineers.

Is the Zenvo ST1 a hypercar?

As a new hypercar, the Zenvo ST1 presents the highest level of performance, with specs high enough to justify its significant price tag. The revolutionary formula for the ST1’s power is quite simple really.