Ford’s new Mustang Shelby GT350 has finally arrived, and its just as great as we’d trusted. While past GT350s were made by Shelby American, this new one is a production of Ford Motor Company’s [nyse:f] own SVT division yet sticks to Carroll Shelby’s unique thought changing an incredible consistently auto into a notable road racer.
The new Gt350 makes its introduction this week at the 2014 Los Angeles Auto Show, however we’ve as of now had a nearby up look and now we have some new feature footage to bring you. That sound you here in the feature above is a brand-new 5.2-liter V-8 complete with a level plane crankshaft.
The motor, which will make more than 500 HP and 400 pound-feet of torque in its last structure, is charged as Ford’s most compelling commonly suctioned V-8. It’s additionally the Blue Oval’s first with a 180-degree, level plane design which provides for it that unique sound.
There are likewise an assemblage of different case and drivetrain mods to run with the new motor, including a lightweight six-velocity manual transmission, Torsen constrained slip differential, carbon fiber fortifications, a more extensive front track, magnetorheological dampers, and new spring rates and bushings. The wheels are 19-inch aluminum-amalgam pieces shod with custom Michelin Pilot Super Sport tires, and inside these sit Brembo brake calipers (six-cylinder front and four-cylinder back) gnawing two-piece cross-penetrated circles.
We’ll need to hold up until closer to one year from now’s dispatch to find the execution specs, yet for the present, simply kick back and appreciate these new photographs and clipping.