The Cars



- Chrome blue with white racing stripes
- Lean muscle
- 540 horsepower 5.4-liter (330 CID) supercharged V-8 version of the base GT500 engine with functional Cold Air Intake and unique calibration
- carbon fiber composite hood with functional scoops and vents, twist-lock hood pins modeled on the original 1968 KR, a unique carbon fiber splitter, carbon fiber mirror caps, and functional brake cooling ducts
- suspension was tuned by SVT with unique spring rates, dampers, stabilizer bars, and strut tower brace and was sourced from Ford Racing.



- SF stands for Street Fighter
- White with black side panels
- Hard-edges
- 2000HP mid-engine supercar powered by a twin-turbo 572 GMengine
- mated with 6 speed billet sequential transmission
- Carbon fiber/ Kevlar blend composite body
- a full touch screen cockpit
- Airspeed adjustable intercoolers and wing/speed brake
- The huge front intake funnels ram air serves to cool the huge 14″ Disc and 6 piston Brake calipers
- The rear tail lights double as an airfoil that have functions to help disrupt airflow to assist in reducing drag



- Six headlights.
- Low to the ground.
- Rear spoiler
- Gun-metal silver
- carbon fiber chassis with tube frames in front and back
- bodywork was modified to include front and rear diffusers and louvers for improved aerodynamics
- 2 meters (6.6 ft) wide
- 1,100 kilograms (2,425 lb)
- engine was equipped with an enlarged radiator, and the engine and gearbox also have new oil coolers
- the car sprints from 0 to 60 mph (97 km/h) in 3.3 seconds and the engine produces around 600 PS (440 kW; 590 hp) at 5,800 rpm and 580 lb•ft (786 N•m) of torque at 4,300 rpm with a redline increased to 7,500 rpm



- Round lines
- Powder blue with orange racing stripes
- small and minimalist
- tiny, lightweight car
- an all-aluminum, V10 engine, displacing 6.4 litres
- capable of producing 645 horsepower (481 kW) at 6,750rpm and 501 foot-pounds force (679 N•m) of torque at 5,500rpm, making the engine one of the most powerful
- The engine red-lines at 6,800 rpm, and Ford claims it is capable of reaching 185 miles per hour (298 km/h), though it is electronically limited to 100 mph (160 km/h).
- The double-overhead-cam cylinder heads and cylinders are fed by port fuel injection and racing-derived velocity stacks that are just visible within the hood scoop.
- For a low hood line, the throttles are a slide-plate design.



- Lemon yellow
- All angles and glass
- built around a honeycomb-section aluminum monocoque and its body panels were molded from carbon fiber
- high performance sports car
- built to win long-distance sports car races
- special alloy Gurney-Weslake cylinder head
- GT for Grand Touring
- the world's mightiest supercar
- top speed 235 mph (378 km/h) from a 720 hp (537 kW;730 PS) quad-turbocharged V12 engine DOHC
- the exhaust of which was claimed to be hot enough to damage the body panels, requiring ceramic tiles similar to those on the space shuttle to prevent this
- doors that cut into the roofline
- all-round double wishbone suspension and the five-speed manual gearbox



- Endurance race
- Cherry Red with Black rims
- handcrafted aluminum body
- 6.0-liter V12 engine that delivers a total of 510 HP and 420 lb ft of torque
- rear mid-mounted, six-speed automated manual gearbox with auto shift manual/select shift manual (ASM/SSM) electric hydraulic control system that sends the power to the rear wheels

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