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2012 Mercedes-Benz ML 63 AMG

Mercedes-Benz AMG open the veil of the 2012 Mercedes-Benz ML 63 AMG , which would debut at the LA Auto Show 2011 (November 18 to 27).

Sector exterior, interior of 2012 Mercedes-Benz ML 63 AMG runway experience. He looks, now, is claimed to be more muscular and masculine. From the front we will see the letter ‘X’ shaped front bumper bonnet. Front bumper, headlights and fog lights (using LEDs) designed the new.

Stern of the 2012 Mercedes-Benz ML 63 AMG is touched again. Redesigned rear lights, bumpers were demikuan. Two pairs of exhaust pipe ends are no longer rounded but rectangular model adopted.

2012 Mercedes-Benz ML 63 AMG sporty interior and is believed to have high quality. Seat-seat sport that can be electrically adjusted to offer the lateral support (back side). 4-spoke steering wheel wrapped in perforated leather and imbued paddle shift from aluminum and flat at the bottom.

Cab 2012 Mercedes-Benz ML 63 AMG aluminum present in the center console, door sills (protective threshold) of stainless steel (stainless steel), the pedals of stainless steel, tire pressure monitoring system, the glass roof that can be shifted electrically, heating seat (in front).

Embed AMG 5500cc V8 engine, Biturbo, direct injection, which replaces the 6.3 liter V8 engine. Power 525 hp at 5250 rpm or up 15 hp from the previous model. Torque to 700 Nm at 1750-5000 rpm of 630 Nm.

If you are not satisfied with the torque and power at the top, you can choose the AMG Performance package. Power to 557 hp at 5750 rpm and torque of 760 Nm at 2000-5000 rpm.

With the help of AMG Speedshift transmission 7G-TRONIC PLUS acceleration 0-100 kph in 4.8 seconds completed. While the previous model takes 5 seconds. Gasoline consumption are both 8.47 km / liter and CO2 emissions of 276 g / km. While the previous version 6.06 km / liter.

Luxury SUV is becoming more efficient thanks to several things including the application mode ‘Controlled Efficiency’ (C) where the function of the ECO start / stop active and make a deadly eight-cylinder car when stationary. ‘C’ provides the acceleration and smooth transmission with the gear shift early. If the symbols ECO (in instrument cluster) lights mean function ECO start / stop active.

Tired of eco driving? Move it to the Sport driving mode (S) and Manual (M). Guaranteed you’ll feel the sensation of this SUV.

2012 Mercedes-Benz ML 63 AMG is still using the system of all-wheel-drive 4MATIC – 40:60 torque split in dynamic conditions. The car is also equipped ACTIVE CURVE SYSTEM – preventing the car rolled over in the corner.

Price 2012 Mercedes-Benz ML 63 AMG € 108.885 in Europe. You can just spend an additional € 7,021 to get the AMG Performance.

2012 Mercedes-Benz ML 63 AMG story begins in 1999 with a 5500cc V8 engine, powerful 347 hp. Over 11 thousand ML 55 AMG (1999-2003) sold.

2012 Mercedes-Benz ML 63 AMG appears first at the Frankfurt Motor Show 2005. 2012 Mercedes-Benz ML 63 AMG 6300cc V8 engine, 502 hp. Since 2005-2011, the ML 63 AMG sold more than 13 thousand units.

2012 Mercedes-Benz ML 63 AMG

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2012 Mercedes-Benz ML 63 AMG

 

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2012 Mercedes-Benz ML 63 AMG

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The Ferrari 599 Successor not due until late 2012, but new details began to emerge about the highly anticipated supercar.

While wearing a modified car 599 GTO body, the production vehicle will look nothing like the prototype you see here. Instead, the mule was created to test the car’s aluminum monocoque chassis the which is reportedly derived from the Ferrari FF. In contrast, the donkey was created to test the aluminum monocoque chassis of a car that reportedly came from Ferrari FF.

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Under the hood, the motivation is likely to be given by the 3.6-liter V12 engine that produces 700 hp (522 kW / 710 PS). Will it be connected to a seven-speed dual-clutch transmission will of the which send power to the rear-wheels through an electronically locking rear differential. It will be connected to the transmission of dual-clutch seven-speed that will send power to the rear wheels via an electronic locking rear differential. As for previous rumors of all-wheel drive? Motor Trend says “Certainly not.” As for the rumors previously all-wheel drive Motor Trend says? “Of course not.”.

 

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Previous reports showed the car – dubbed the F152 – will use a 3.6-liter V12 with 700 hp (522 kW / 710 PS). Will it send power to the rear wheels through a seven-speed dual-clutch transmission and an electronically locking rear differential. This will send power to the rear wheels through a seven-speed transmission and dual-clutch electronic locking rear differential.

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2013 Lexus ES Special Edition

Based on some recent news, Lexus dealers are compelling parent company Toyota to build the new 2013 Lexus ES Special Edition in North America. Furthermore, Tim Morrison, vice president of sales and dealer development, admits dealers are shouting for the ES to be built in North America to help evade against a strong Japanese yen. The ES as the Lexus’ top selling sedan in America, is now built in Kyushu, Japan. But the strong yen has cut into the car’s productivity.

Furthermore, Morrison also has explained about the limited company’s North American factory capacity, but as the brand looks to get bigger, it will consider finding places to build the ES overseas. In the last year, Lexus sold 41,000 ES sedans, even with the limitations from production matters following the March tsunami. The refreshed 2013 model will bring a hybrid version which Lexus prepared to draw new customers.

The ES seems to continue with a strong conquest vehicle for Lexus, with 63 percent of ES customers new to the brand. Meanwhile, only 28 percent stay with the ES once it’s time to get a new car. And for last year, Lexus missing its title as America’s No. 1 U.S. luxury brand, but their representative have said that they are going to evoke it. In 2011, Lexus has sold 198,000 vehicles in the U.S., and this year, the representative hopes to reach 250,000 vehicles to be sold. Now, just click and check out the gallery below to see more about the supreme Lexus ES.

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Porsche Cayenne Prior Design HD Wallpapers

Porsche Cayenne by Prior Design – A latest widebody aerodynamic kit come from German tuning brand Prior Design has been added to the many existing styling packages, which are widely on hand intended for the 2nd generation of the Porsche Cayenne.

Porsche Cayenne Prior Design HD Wallpapers

The great parts, which come with the great package, are standard and contain a revamped front bumper, which gains the extra LED lights together with a dissimilar grille piece and also which connects to the great swollen front wheel arches.

Porsche Cayenne Prior Design HD Wallpapers

Moreover, you will also find the similar wheel arch add-ons at the great rear end of the stunning Cayenne, along with the kit also completing a latest rear bumper incorporating a prominent diffuser, and matching the side skirts and also a nice roof spoiler.

Porsche Cayenne Prior Design HD Wallpapers

All of those elements we have mentioned above will set you back €8,900 (equal with US$11,800/£7,700 at the today’s rates), along with Prior Design also presenting an option of alloy wheels to complete the more aggressive look.

Porsche Cayenne Prior Design HD Wallpapers

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Bentley Continental GT3 Racer

To follow the unveiling of the stunning Bentley Continental GT3 Concept Racer at the last year’s Paris Auto Show, Bentley presented the final version of the car at the GoodWood Festival of Speed.

Bentley Continental GT3 Racer

This stunning Bentley Continental GT3 is motorized by a great race-tuned version of the 4.0liter twin-turbo V8 engine, growing up to 600hp in unlimited race configuration. Meanwhile, the power is brought to its rear wheels through a Xtrac 6-speed sequential gearbox together with a restricted slip differential, mounted as a transaxle for the optimized weight distribution. Moreover, gear changes are finished through a pneumatic shift system and it controlled by the paddles mounted to its steering wheel.

Bentley Continental GT3 Racer

In addition, the Bentley’s racer wears a double wishbone suspension front and also rear, complemented with 4-way adjustable racing dampers. In addition, the nice steering system includes hydraulic power-assistance. Meanwhile, the stopping power is guaranteed by ventilated iron discs and 6-piston calipers on its front and 4-piston calipers on the rear. Not like the road-going Continental GT, the stunning GT3 racer is a nice and light car since its weight is in under 1,300kg (2,866 lbs) thanks to the elimination of all interior elements like the heavy leather seats, the trim, production electrical systems and lso the refinement materials.

Bentley Continental GT3 Racer

On its outside, the stunning Continental GT3 arrives with a perfect aerodynamic package containing a top-mounted carbon fiber rear wing and also a carbon fiber splitter. Additionally, the bonnet, the bumpers, fenders and also its sills have all been altered to optimize the car’s drag coefficient and to help with engine cooling. The stunning Continental GT3 will compete in the FIA Blancpain Series from 2014. At recent the Goodwood Festival of Speed (start from July 12 up to juli, 14), the car will be shown up the hill twice a day by 2003 Le Mans champion Guy Smith and it will be displayed in the F1 paddock. The original and stunning Continental GT3 Concept Racer will be exhibited inside the great Bentley stand in the main paddock.

 Bentley Continental GT3 Racer

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There is no “Naturally Aspirated” when peering engine parts that are in the back. True, not V8 that are commonly found in the Ford supercar cars, but the tiny EcoBoost V6 engine, 3.5-liter with twin-turbocharged.

There are 600 hp which channeled speed up Ford GT body structure from lightweight carbon fiber and aluminum. 7 speed transmission system applying the Dual Clutch Transmission (DCT).

Ready for production in late 2016. The presence at once to enliven 50-year presence of the Ford GT which could dominate positions 1-2-3 in endurance racing the Le Mans 24 Hours in 1966.

The features that tempting the rider are aerodynamics technology in the form of a rear spoiler that appears while in high speed.

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Ferrari Kahn Design Modification Pictures and Wallpapers

The well-known tuners at A. Kahn Design (formerly Project Kahn and sometimes simply called as Kahn) now have come out with the other creation that’s featured in their trademark neck-twisting photos.

Has been ended in a great Grigio Alloy light blue shade, the stunning Ferrari 458 Spider got a Kahn styling package, which comprises the chrome trim bits on its front lower grille, the matte detailing at its rear end, the black painted brake calipers and also a latest set of Monza forged alloy wheels. Meanwhile, a lower suspension kit offers a more aggressive stance to this Italian supercar. Kahn said that it also present the interior a “modified touch”, but it does not go into any details.

Ferrari Kahn Design Modification Pictures and Wallpapers

 

Ferrari Kahn Design Modification Pictures and Wallpapers

 

Ferrari Kahn Design Modification Pictures and Wallpapers

 

Ferrari Kahn Design Modification Pictures and Wallpapers

 

Ferrari Kahn Design Modification Pictures and Wallpapers

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Ford Falcon GT RSPEC

Ford Performance Vehicles (FPV) perhaps has the similarity with Ford’s SVT division in North America. Its high-performance sedan, the GT, is based on the Ford Faclon saloon. FPV has revealed the FPV GT RSPEC. The machine was built by FPV with the concentrating of offering track-minded consumers a competition-ready performer.

The new thing on that is that it now has been fitted with 5.0-liter V8, codenamed “Miami,” to create 455 horsepower. The power is sent via a ZF six-speed manual transmission that delivering its power to the road through Dunlop Sport Maxx tires. The Ford Falcon GT RSPEC will feature a very limited run of 350 units.

In addition to the GT sedan, a new limited edition Ute will come here. The great thing is that it will bring the same fire-breathing supercharged V8 and exterior treatment. Even rarer than the GT, the FPV Pursuit Ute will be limited to only 75 units. Click the gallery below to get more details.

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Ford Falcon GT RSPEC

Press Release

PV RELEASES GT RSPEC Ford Performance Vehicles (FPV) today launched its most hard-core GT yet, the new GT RSPEC Limited Edition Series. Developed to deliver racetrack-inspired handling to FPV’s enthusiast customers, the GT RSPEC features a significantly recalibrated suspension package, new wider 9inch rear wheels with 275/35 R19 Dunlop Sports Maxx tyres and, in an FPV first, Launch Control. Graphically, the new FPV GT RSPEC is distinctive, its look inspired by the legendary 1969 Boss Mustang with a unique stripe package and paint treatment. Under the bonnet, the new GT RSPEC is unchanged, powered by FPV’s much vaunted all-aluminium ‘Miami’ BOSS 335 5.0-litre supercharged engine. “On the track the RSPEC’s capabilities are just awesome … it is the finest-handling GT in history,” FPV Managing Director, Bryan Mears said. “We have put 18 months into the development of the FPV GT RSPEC and we are extremely proud of the results; anyone who drives it on the track will be blown away by just how complete and capable this car is.” FPV’s newest model was inspired by a desire to maximise the amazing performance of its now legendary 335kW 5.0Lt supercharged V8 engine by enhancing the chassis’ capabilities, to create the ultimate driving package for enthusiasts. Ironically, the modern day version of the Boss Mustang also played its part too, inspiring FPV’s engineers to replicate the responsiveness and driveability of the American icon. “From the outset with the GT RSPEC we wanted more agile handling with better traction, and so the suspension had to be considered holistically, unlike the aftermarket, where you might bolt on a set of wider tyres and hope for the best,” Chief Engineer Prodrive Australia, Bernie Quinn said. “The new car thus received a significant number of component changes to develop this totally integrated package.” The rear suspension of the GT RSPEC contains higher spring rates, re-tuned dampers, larger anti-roll bar, and reinforced rear lower control arms, while the front suspension has stiffer upper control arm bushes, stiffer front upper suspension strut mounts, and re-tuned dampers. New 9inch rear wheels and the 275 tyre combine on the GT RSPEC to also improve cornering grip, along with improved traction during launch, and when exiting corners. A revised toe setting on the rear wheel alignment also gives improved turn-in response. Stiffer transmission mounts on the GT RSPEC reduce powertrain and driveline movement under load improve ride quality, while the addition of Launch Control provides drivers with a more consistent performance when accelerating from rest, reducing the amount of wheel slip. “We have created a Launch Control feature on both the manual and automatic transmission that tailors torque delivery to ensure launch performance is optimised,” Bernie Quinn explained. “The system is automatically enabled when the vehicle is started and is designed to give drivers a smooth, consistent launch on typical road surfaces.” Visually the GT RSPEC is reminiscent of the famous 1969 Boss Mustang. The Mustang’s famous C-stripe is replicated on the new FPV GT RSPEC except with a ‘335’ identifier in the stripe, while there’s also a unique accent package including the lower and upper grille surrounds, fog lamp bezels, mirrors scalps, high performance spoiler with GT decal, and black painted exhaust tips. A distinctive GT RSPEC badge is positioned on the lower left hand side boot lid. Inside, Shadow leather sports seats with GT logo embroidery are complemented by a piano black finish around the ICC unit, tissue box and door spears. Limited to a run of just 350 units, the GT RSPEC is available in four colour combinations, 175 of those committed to the ‘hero’ colour scheme of Silhouette (black) with Vixen (red) accents. The remaining 175 units will be made up of Winter White, Vixen (red) and Kinetic (blue) with Silhouette (black) accents. Each vehicle will come with its own new look unique build badge. All other FPV GT options will continue to be available on the GT RSPEC series, including Brembo 6-piston front and 4 piston rear brakes, ZF 6 speed automatic transmission with sequential sports shift (no cost option) and satellite – navigation with SUNA Traffic Channel. The recommended Manufacturer’s List Price* for the GT RSPEC is $76,990, at participating FPV Dealers only. *This is the manufacturer’s list price for the vehicle only. A number of other components, including a dealer delivery fee, stamp duty, registration, compulsory third party (CTP) insurance and other statutory charges may be payable by a customer in relation to the purchase of this vehicle. As a manufacturer, FPV is not able to quantify the amount of these charges as they vary depending on a range of factors and individual circumstances, including the FPV Dealer the customer purchases the vehicle from, the State or Territory where that customer purchases the vehicle and the customer’s age, driving record and other personal factors. The final transaction price for the vehicle will be as negotiated by the customer with their chosen FPV Dealer. FPV RELEASES NEW LOOK LIMITED EDITION UTE Ford Performance Vehicles (FPV) has today launched a new look limited edition Ute. The Pursuit Ute will feature a GT colour-coded front bumper, GT RSPEC alloy wheels, and a striking accent and C-stripe decal. Only available in Silhouette with Vixen stripes and accents, the Pursuit Ute will be limited to just 75 units, the smallest number of Utes offered as a limited edition ever produced by FPV. The Pursuit will continue to carry the standard features of the current GS Ute range with a number of additional extras, creating exceptional value for money. Over and above the standard features of a GS Ute, the Pursuit Ute will now include • Pursuit badge – positioned across rear tailgate • 8″ rear wheel with 5-spoke premium alloy wheel design with Vixen accents • GT colour-coded bumper in Silhouette • Vixen Upper and lower grille surrounds • Vixen Fog lamp bezels • Vixen Mirror Scalps • All New Vixen decal pack – ‘C’ stripe • Black painted Exhaust Tips • Piano Black interior finish around ICC unit, tissue box and door spears • Manual gear lever with new badge design • Premium Sound with dual zone temperature control • Shadow leather sports seats The limited edition Pursuit Ute will continue to be powered by the impressive all-aluminium 315kW 5.0ltr supercharged V8 engine producing 545Nm of torque @ 2000-5500rpm. All other options will continue to be available on the Pursuit Ute and will include ZF 6 speed automatic transmission with sequential sports shift (NCO), tow bar and satellite navigation with SUNA Traffic Channel. The recommended Manufacturer’s List Price* for the Pursuit Ute is $57,990 at participating FPV Dealers only. *This is the manufacturer’s list price for the vehicle only. A number of other components, including a dealer delivery fee, stamp duty, registration, compulsory third party (CTP) insurance and other statutory charges may be payable by a customer in relation to the purchase of this vehicle. As a manufacturer, FPV is not able to quantify the amount of these charges as they vary depending on a range of factors and individual circumstances, including the FPV Dealer the customer purchases the vehicle from, the State or Territory where that customer purchases the vehicle and the customer’s age, driving record and other personal factors. The final transaction price for the vehicle will be as negotiated by the customer with their chosen FPV Dealer.

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Ford Falcon GT RSPEC

Ford Performance Vehicles (FPV) perhaps has the similarity with Ford’s SVT division in North America. Its high-performance sedan, the GT, is based on the Ford Faclon saloon. FPV has revealed the FPV GT RSPEC. The machine was built by FPV with the concentrating of offering track-minded consumers a competition-ready performer.

The new thing on that is that it now has been fitted with 5.0-liter V8, codenamed “Miami,” to create 455 horsepower. The power is sent via a ZF six-speed manual transmission that delivering its power to the road through Dunlop Sport Maxx tires. The Ford Falcon GT RSPEC will feature a very limited run of 350 units.

In addition to the GT sedan, a new limited edition Ute will come here. The great thing is that it will bring the same fire-breathing supercharged V8 and exterior treatment. Even rarer than the GT, the FPV Pursuit Ute will be limited to only 75 units. Click the gallery below to get more details.

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Ford Falcon GT RSPEC

Press Release

PV RELEASES GT RSPEC

Ford Performance Vehicles (FPV) today launched its most hard-core GT yet, the new GT RSPEC Limited Edition Series.

Developed to deliver racetrack-inspired handling to FPV’s enthusiast customers, the GT RSPEC features a significantly recalibrated suspension package, new wider 9inch rear wheels with 275/35 R19 Dunlop Sports Maxx tyres and, in an FPV first, Launch Control.

Graphically, the new FPV GT RSPEC is distinctive, its look inspired by the legendary 1969 Boss Mustang with a unique stripe package and paint treatment.

Under the bonnet, the new GT RSPEC is unchanged, powered by FPV’s much vaunted all-aluminium ‘Miami’ BOSS 335 5.0-litre supercharged engine.
“On the track the RSPEC’s capabilities are just awesome … it is the finest-handling GT in history,” FPV Managing Director, Bryan Mears said.

“We have put 18 months into the development of the FPV GT RSPEC and we are extremely proud of the results; anyone who drives it on the track will be blown away by just how complete and capable this car is.”

FPV’s newest model was inspired by a desire to maximise the amazing performance of its now legendary 335kW 5.0Lt supercharged V8 engine by enhancing the chassis’ capabilities, to create the ultimate driving package for enthusiasts.

Ironically, the modern day version of the Boss Mustang also played its part too, inspiring FPV’s engineers to replicate the responsiveness and driveability of the American icon.

“From the outset with the GT RSPEC we wanted more agile handling with better traction, and so the suspension had to be considered holistically, unlike the aftermarket, where you might bolt on a set of wider tyres and hope for the best,” Chief Engineer Prodrive Australia, Bernie Quinn said.

“The new car thus received a significant number of component changes to develop this totally integrated package.”

The rear suspension of the GT RSPEC contains higher spring rates, re-tuned dampers, larger anti-roll bar, and reinforced rear lower control arms, while the front suspension has stiffer upper control arm bushes, stiffer front upper suspension strut mounts, and re-tuned dampers.
New 9inch rear wheels and the 275 tyre combine on the GT RSPEC to also improve cornering grip, along with improved traction during launch, and when exiting corners. A revised toe setting on the rear wheel alignment also gives improved turn-in response.

Stiffer transmission mounts on the GT RSPEC reduce powertrain and driveline movement under load improve ride quality, while the addition of Launch Control provides drivers with a more consistent performance when accelerating from rest, reducing the amount of wheel slip.

“We have created a Launch Control feature on both the manual and automatic transmission that tailors torque delivery to ensure launch performance is optimised,” Bernie Quinn explained.
“The system is automatically enabled when the vehicle is started and is designed to give drivers a smooth, consistent launch on typical road surfaces.”

Visually the GT RSPEC is reminiscent of the famous 1969 Boss Mustang. The Mustang’s famous C-stripe is replicated on the new FPV GT RSPEC except with a ‘335’ identifier in the stripe, while there’s also a unique accent package including the lower and upper grille surrounds, fog lamp bezels, mirrors scalps, high performance spoiler with GT decal, and black painted exhaust tips.
A distinctive GT RSPEC badge is positioned on the lower left hand side boot lid.

Inside, Shadow leather sports seats with GT logo embroidery are complemented by a piano black finish around the ICC unit, tissue box and door spears.

Limited to a run of just 350 units, the GT RSPEC is available in four colour combinations, 175 of those committed to the ‘hero’ colour scheme of Silhouette (black) with Vixen (red) accents. The remaining 175 units will be made up of Winter White, Vixen (red) and Kinetic (blue) with Silhouette (black) accents.

Each vehicle will come with its own new look unique build badge.

All other FPV GT options will continue to be available on the GT RSPEC series, including Brembo 6-piston front and 4 piston rear brakes, ZF 6 speed automatic transmission with sequential sports shift (no cost option) and satellite – navigation with SUNA Traffic Channel.

The recommended Manufacturer’s List Price* for the GT RSPEC is $76,990, at participating FPV Dealers only.

*This is the manufacturer’s list price for the vehicle only. A number of other components, including a dealer delivery fee, stamp duty, registration, compulsory third party (CTP) insurance and other statutory charges may be payable by a customer in relation to the purchase of this vehicle. As a manufacturer, FPV is not able to quantify the amount of these charges as they vary depending on a range of factors and individual circumstances, including the FPV Dealer the customer purchases the vehicle from, the State or Territory where that customer purchases the vehicle and the customer’s age, driving record and other personal factors. The final transaction price for the vehicle will be as negotiated by the customer with their chosen FPV Dealer.

FPV RELEASES NEW LOOK LIMITED EDITION UTE

Ford Performance Vehicles (FPV) has today launched a new look limited edition Ute.
The Pursuit Ute will feature a GT colour-coded front bumper, GT RSPEC alloy wheels, and a striking accent and C-stripe decal.

Only available in Silhouette with Vixen stripes and accents, the Pursuit Ute will be limited to just 75 units, the smallest number of Utes offered as a limited edition ever produced by FPV.
The Pursuit will continue to carry the standard features of the current GS Ute range with a number of additional extras, creating exceptional value for money.

Over and above the standard features of a GS Ute, the Pursuit Ute will now include

• Pursuit badge – positioned across rear tailgate
• 8″ rear wheel with 5-spoke premium alloy wheel design with Vixen accents
• GT colour-coded bumper in Silhouette
• Vixen Upper and lower grille surrounds
• Vixen Fog lamp bezels
• Vixen Mirror Scalps
• All New Vixen decal pack – ‘C’ stripe
• Black painted Exhaust Tips
• Piano Black interior finish around ICC unit, tissue box and door spears
• Manual gear lever with new badge design
• Premium Sound with dual zone temperature control
• Shadow leather sports seats

The limited edition Pursuit Ute will continue to be powered by the impressive all-aluminium 315kW 5.0ltr supercharged V8 engine producing 545Nm of torque @ 2000-5500rpm.
All other options will continue to be available on the Pursuit Ute and will include ZF 6 speed automatic transmission with sequential sports shift (NCO), tow bar and satellite navigation with SUNA Traffic Channel.

The recommended Manufacturer’s List Price* for the Pursuit Ute is $57,990 at participating FPV Dealers only.

*This is the manufacturer’s list price for the vehicle only. A number of other components, including a dealer delivery fee, stamp duty, registration, compulsory third party (CTP) insurance and other statutory charges may be payable by a customer in relation to the purchase of this vehicle. As a manufacturer, FPV is not able to quantify the amount of these charges as they vary depending on a range of factors and individual circumstances, including the FPV Dealer the customer purchases the vehicle from, the State or Territory where that customer purchases the vehicle and the customer’s age, driving record and other personal factors. The final transaction price for the vehicle will be as negotiated by the customer with their chosen FPV Dealer.

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Ford Falcon GT RSPEC

Ford Performance Vehicles (FPV) perhaps has the similarity with Ford’s SVT division in North America. Its high-performance sedan, the GT, is based on the Ford Faclon saloon. FPV has revealed the FPV GT RSPEC. The machine was built by FPV with the concentrating of offering track-minded consumers a competition-ready performer.

The new thing on that is that it now has been fitted with 5.0-liter V8, codenamed “Miami,” to create 455 horsepower. The power is sent via a ZF six-speed manual transmission that delivering its power to the road through Dunlop Sport Maxx tires. The Ford Falcon GT RSPEC will feature a very limited run of 350 units.

In addition to the GT sedan, a new limited edition Ute will come here. The great thing is that it will bring the same fire-breathing supercharged V8 and exterior treatment. Even rarer than the GT, the FPV Pursuit Ute will be limited to only 75 units. Click the gallery below to get more details.

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Ford Falcon GT RSPEC

Press Release

PV RELEASES GT RSPEC Ford Performance Vehicles (FPV) today launched its most hard-core GT yet, the new GT RSPEC Limited Edition Series. Developed to deliver racetrack-inspired handling to FPV’s enthusiast customers, the GT RSPEC features a significantly recalibrated suspension package, new wider 9inch rear wheels with 275/35 R19 Dunlop Sports Maxx tyres and, in an FPV first, Launch Control. Graphically, the new FPV GT RSPEC is distinctive, its look inspired by the legendary 1969 Boss Mustang with a unique stripe package and paint treatment. Under the bonnet, the new GT RSPEC is unchanged, powered by FPV’s much vaunted all-aluminium ‘Miami’ BOSS 335 5.0-litre supercharged engine. “On the track the RSPEC’s capabilities are just awesome … it is the finest-handling GT in history,” FPV Managing Director, Bryan Mears said. “We have put 18 months into the development of the FPV GT RSPEC and we are extremely proud of the results; anyone who drives it on the track will be blown away by just how complete and capable this car is.” FPV’s newest model was inspired by a desire to maximise the amazing performance of its now legendary 335kW 5.0Lt supercharged V8 engine by enhancing the chassis’ capabilities, to create the ultimate driving package for enthusiasts. Ironically, the modern day version of the Boss Mustang also played its part too, inspiring FPV’s engineers to replicate the responsiveness and driveability of the American icon. “From the outset with the GT RSPEC we wanted more agile handling with better traction, and so the suspension had to be considered holistically, unlike the aftermarket, where you might bolt on a set of wider tyres and hope for the best,” Chief Engineer Prodrive Australia, Bernie Quinn said. “The new car thus received a significant number of component changes to develop this totally integrated package.” The rear suspension of the GT RSPEC contains higher spring rates, re-tuned dampers, larger anti-roll bar, and reinforced rear lower control arms, while the front suspension has stiffer upper control arm bushes, stiffer front upper suspension strut mounts, and re-tuned dampers. New 9inch rear wheels and the 275 tyre combine on the GT RSPEC to also improve cornering grip, along with improved traction during launch, and when exiting corners. A revised toe setting on the rear wheel alignment also gives improved turn-in response. Stiffer transmission mounts on the GT RSPEC reduce powertrain and driveline movement under load improve ride quality, while the addition of Launch Control provides drivers with a more consistent performance when accelerating from rest, reducing the amount of wheel slip. “We have created a Launch Control feature on both the manual and automatic transmission that tailors torque delivery to ensure launch performance is optimised,” Bernie Quinn explained. “The system is automatically enabled when the vehicle is started and is designed to give drivers a smooth, consistent launch on typical road surfaces.” Visually the GT RSPEC is reminiscent of the famous 1969 Boss Mustang. The Mustang’s famous C-stripe is replicated on the new FPV GT RSPEC except with a ‘335’ identifier in the stripe, while there’s also a unique accent package including the lower and upper grille surrounds, fog lamp bezels, mirrors scalps, high performance spoiler with GT decal, and black painted exhaust tips. A distinctive GT RSPEC badge is positioned on the lower left hand side boot lid. Inside, Shadow leather sports seats with GT logo embroidery are complemented by a piano black finish around the ICC unit, tissue box and door spears. Limited to a run of just 350 units, the GT RSPEC is available in four colour combinations, 175 of those committed to the ‘hero’ colour scheme of Silhouette (black) with Vixen (red) accents. The remaining 175 units will be made up of Winter White, Vixen (red) and Kinetic (blue) with Silhouette (black) accents. Each vehicle will come with its own new look unique build badge. All other FPV GT options will continue to be available on the GT RSPEC series, including Brembo 6-piston front and 4 piston rear brakes, ZF 6 speed automatic transmission with sequential sports shift (no cost option) and satellite – navigation with SUNA Traffic Channel. The recommended Manufacturer’s List Price* for the GT RSPEC is $76,990, at participating FPV Dealers only. *This is the manufacturer’s list price for the vehicle only. A number of other components, including a dealer delivery fee, stamp duty, registration, compulsory third party (CTP) insurance and other statutory charges may be payable by a customer in relation to the purchase of this vehicle. As a manufacturer, FPV is not able to quantify the amount of these charges as they vary depending on a range of factors and individual circumstances, including the FPV Dealer the customer purchases the vehicle from, the State or Territory where that customer purchases the vehicle and the customer’s age, driving record and other personal factors. The final transaction price for the vehicle will be as negotiated by the customer with their chosen FPV Dealer. FPV RELEASES NEW LOOK LIMITED EDITION UTE Ford Performance Vehicles (FPV) has today launched a new look limited edition Ute. The Pursuit Ute will feature a GT colour-coded front bumper, GT RSPEC alloy wheels, and a striking accent and C-stripe decal. Only available in Silhouette with Vixen stripes and accents, the Pursuit Ute will be limited to just 75 units, the smallest number of Utes offered as a limited edition ever produced by FPV. The Pursuit will continue to carry the standard features of the current GS Ute range with a number of additional extras, creating exceptional value for money. Over and above the standard features of a GS Ute, the Pursuit Ute will now include • Pursuit badge – positioned across rear tailgate • 8″ rear wheel with 5-spoke premium alloy wheel design with Vixen accents • GT colour-coded bumper in Silhouette • Vixen Upper and lower grille surrounds • Vixen Fog lamp bezels • Vixen Mirror Scalps • All New Vixen decal pack – ‘C’ stripe • Black painted Exhaust Tips • Piano Black interior finish around ICC unit, tissue box and door spears • Manual gear lever with new badge design • Premium Sound with dual zone temperature control • Shadow leather sports seats The limited edition Pursuit Ute will continue to be powered by the impressive all-aluminium 315kW 5.0ltr supercharged V8 engine producing 545Nm of torque @ 2000-5500rpm. All other options will continue to be available on the Pursuit Ute and will include ZF 6 speed automatic transmission with sequential sports shift (NCO), tow bar and satellite navigation with SUNA Traffic Channel. The recommended Manufacturer’s List Price* for the Pursuit Ute is $57,990 at participating FPV Dealers only. *This is the manufacturer’s list price for the vehicle only. A number of other components, including a dealer delivery fee, stamp duty, registration, compulsory third party (CTP) insurance and other statutory charges may be payable by a customer in relation to the purchase of this vehicle. As a manufacturer, FPV is not able to quantify the amount of these charges as they vary depending on a range of factors and individual circumstances, including the FPV Dealer the customer purchases the vehicle from, the State or Territory where that customer purchases the vehicle and the customer’s age, driving record and other personal factors. The final transaction price for the vehicle will be as negotiated by the customer with their chosen FPV Dealer.

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Ford Falcon GT RSPEC

Ford Performance Vehicles (FPV) perhaps has the similarity with Ford’s SVT division in North America. Its high-performance sedan, the GT, is based on the Ford Faclon saloon. FPV has revealed the FPV GT RSPEC. The machine was built by FPV with the concentrating of offering track-minded consumers a competition-ready performer.

The new thing on that is that it now has been fitted with 5.0-liter V8, codenamed “Miami,” to create 455 horsepower. The power is sent via a ZF six-speed manual transmission that delivering its power to the road through Dunlop Sport Maxx tires. The Ford Falcon GT RSPEC will feature a very limited run of 350 units.

In addition to the GT sedan, a new limited edition Ute will come here. The great thing is that it will bring the same fire-breathing supercharged V8 and exterior treatment. Even rarer than the GT, the FPV Pursuit Ute will be limited to only 75 units. Click the gallery below to get more details.

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Ford Falcon GT RSPEC

Press Release

PV RELEASES GT RSPEC Ford Performance Vehicles (FPV) today launched its most hard-core GT yet, the new GT RSPEC Limited Edition Series. Developed to deliver racetrack-inspired handling to FPV’s enthusiast customers, the GT RSPEC features a significantly recalibrated suspension package, new wider 9inch rear wheels with 275/35 R19 Dunlop Sports Maxx tyres and, in an FPV first, Launch Control. Graphically, the new FPV GT RSPEC is distinctive, its look inspired by the legendary 1969 Boss Mustang with a unique stripe package and paint treatment. Under the bonnet, the new GT RSPEC is unchanged, powered by FPV’s much vaunted all-aluminium ‘Miami’ BOSS 335 5.0-litre supercharged engine. “On the track the RSPEC’s capabilities are just awesome … it is the finest-handling GT in history,” FPV Managing Director, Bryan Mears said. “We have put 18 months into the development of the FPV GT RSPEC and we are extremely proud of the results; anyone who drives it on the track will be blown away by just how complete and capable this car is.” FPV’s newest model was inspired by a desire to maximise the amazing performance of its now legendary 335kW 5.0Lt supercharged V8 engine by enhancing the chassis’ capabilities, to create the ultimate driving package for enthusiasts. Ironically, the modern day version of the Boss Mustang also played its part too, inspiring FPV’s engineers to replicate the responsiveness and driveability of the American icon. “From the outset with the GT RSPEC we wanted more agile handling with better traction, and so the suspension had to be considered holistically, unlike the aftermarket, where you might bolt on a set of wider tyres and hope for the best,” Chief Engineer Prodrive Australia, Bernie Quinn said. “The new car thus received a significant number of component changes to develop this totally integrated package.” The rear suspension of the GT RSPEC contains higher spring rates, re-tuned dampers, larger anti-roll bar, and reinforced rear lower control arms, while the front suspension has stiffer upper control arm bushes, stiffer front upper suspension strut mounts, and re-tuned dampers. New 9inch rear wheels and the 275 tyre combine on the GT RSPEC to also improve cornering grip, along with improved traction during launch, and when exiting corners. A revised toe setting on the rear wheel alignment also gives improved turn-in response. Stiffer transmission mounts on the GT RSPEC reduce powertrain and driveline movement under load improve ride quality, while the addition of Launch Control provides drivers with a more consistent performance when accelerating from rest, reducing the amount of wheel slip. “We have created a Launch Control feature on both the manual and automatic transmission that tailors torque delivery to ensure launch performance is optimised,” Bernie Quinn explained. “The system is automatically enabled when the vehicle is started and is designed to give drivers a smooth, consistent launch on typical road surfaces.” Visually the GT RSPEC is reminiscent of the famous 1969 Boss Mustang. The Mustang’s famous C-stripe is replicated on the new FPV GT RSPEC except with a ‘335’ identifier in the stripe, while there’s also a unique accent package including the lower and upper grille surrounds, fog lamp bezels, mirrors scalps, high performance spoiler with GT decal, and black painted exhaust tips. A distinctive GT RSPEC badge is positioned on the lower left hand side boot lid. Inside, Shadow leather sports seats with GT logo embroidery are complemented by a piano black finish around the ICC unit, tissue box and door spears. Limited to a run of just 350 units, the GT RSPEC is available in four colour combinations, 175 of those committed to the ‘hero’ colour scheme of Silhouette (black) with Vixen (red) accents. The remaining 175 units will be made up of Winter White, Vixen (red) and Kinetic (blue) with Silhouette (black) accents. Each vehicle will come with its own new look unique build badge. All other FPV GT options will continue to be available on the GT RSPEC series, including Brembo 6-piston front and 4 piston rear brakes, ZF 6 speed automatic transmission with sequential sports shift (no cost option) and satellite – navigation with SUNA Traffic Channel. The recommended Manufacturer’s List Price* for the GT RSPEC is $76,990, at participating FPV Dealers only. *This is the manufacturer’s list price for the vehicle only. A number of other components, including a dealer delivery fee, stamp duty, registration, compulsory third party (CTP) insurance and other statutory charges may be payable by a customer in relation to the purchase of this vehicle. As a manufacturer, FPV is not able to quantify the amount of these charges as they vary depending on a range of factors and individual circumstances, including the FPV Dealer the customer purchases the vehicle from, the State or Territory where that customer purchases the vehicle and the customer’s age, driving record and other personal factors. The final transaction price for the vehicle will be as negotiated by the customer with their chosen FPV Dealer. FPV RELEASES NEW LOOK LIMITED EDITION UTE Ford Performance Vehicles (FPV) has today launched a new look limited edition Ute. The Pursuit Ute will feature a GT colour-coded front bumper, GT RSPEC alloy wheels, and a striking accent and C-stripe decal. Only available in Silhouette with Vixen stripes and accents, the Pursuit Ute will be limited to just 75 units, the smallest number of Utes offered as a limited edition ever produced by FPV. The Pursuit will continue to carry the standard features of the current GS Ute range with a number of additional extras, creating exceptional value for money. Over and above the standard features of a GS Ute, the Pursuit Ute will now include • Pursuit badge – positioned across rear tailgate • 8″ rear wheel with 5-spoke premium alloy wheel design with Vixen accents • GT colour-coded bumper in Silhouette • Vixen Upper and lower grille surrounds • Vixen Fog lamp bezels • Vixen Mirror Scalps • All New Vixen decal pack – ‘C’ stripe • Black painted Exhaust Tips • Piano Black interior finish around ICC unit, tissue box and door spears • Manual gear lever with new badge design • Premium Sound with dual zone temperature control • Shadow leather sports seats The limited edition Pursuit Ute will continue to be powered by the impressive all-aluminium 315kW 5.0ltr supercharged V8 engine producing 545Nm of torque @ 2000-5500rpm. All other options will continue to be available on the Pursuit Ute and will include ZF 6 speed automatic transmission with sequential sports shift (NCO), tow bar and satellite navigation with SUNA Traffic Channel. The recommended Manufacturer’s List Price* for the Pursuit Ute is $57,990 at participating FPV Dealers only. *This is the manufacturer’s list price for the vehicle only. A number of other components, including a dealer delivery fee, stamp duty, registration, compulsory third party (CTP) insurance and other statutory charges may be payable by a customer in relation to the purchase of this vehicle. As a manufacturer, FPV is not able to quantify the amount of these charges as they vary depending on a range of factors and individual circumstances, including the FPV Dealer the customer purchases the vehicle from, the State or Territory where that customer purchases the vehicle and the customer’s age, driving record and other personal factors. The final transaction price for the vehicle will be as negotiated by the customer with their chosen FPV Dealer.

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Ford Falcon GT RSPEC

Ford Performance Vehicles (FPV) perhaps has the similarity with Ford’s SVT division in North America. Its high-performance sedan, the GT, is based on the Ford Faclon saloon. FPV has revealed the FPV GT RSPEC. The machine was built by FPV with the concentrating of offering track-minded consumers a competition-ready performer.

The new thing on that is that it now has been fitted with 5.0-liter V8, codenamed “Miami,” to create 455 horsepower. The power is sent via a ZF six-speed manual transmission that delivering its power to the road through Dunlop Sport Maxx tires. The Ford Falcon GT RSPEC will feature a very limited run of 350 units.

In addition to the GT sedan, a new limited edition Ute will come here. The great thing is that it will bring the same fire-breathing supercharged V8 and exterior treatment. Even rarer than the GT, the FPV Pursuit Ute will be limited to only 75 units. Click the gallery below to get more details.

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Ford Falcon GT RSPEC

Press Release

PV RELEASES GT RSPEC Ford Performance Vehicles (FPV) today launched its most hard-core GT yet, the new GT RSPEC Limited Edition Series. Developed to deliver racetrack-inspired handling to FPV’s enthusiast customers, the GT RSPEC features a significantly recalibrated suspension package, new wider 9inch rear wheels with 275/35 R19 Dunlop Sports Maxx tyres and, in an FPV first, Launch Control. Graphically, the new FPV GT RSPEC is distinctive, its look inspired by the legendary 1969 Boss Mustang with a unique stripe package and paint treatment. Under the bonnet, the new GT RSPEC is unchanged, powered by FPV’s much vaunted all-aluminium ‘Miami’ BOSS 335 5.0-litre supercharged engine. “On the track the RSPEC’s capabilities are just awesome … it is the finest-handling GT in history,” FPV Managing Director, Bryan Mears said. “We have put 18 months into the development of the FPV GT RSPEC and we are extremely proud of the results; anyone who drives it on the track will be blown away by just how complete and capable this car is.” FPV’s newest model was inspired by a desire to maximise the amazing performance of its now legendary 335kW 5.0Lt supercharged V8 engine by enhancing the chassis’ capabilities, to create the ultimate driving package for enthusiasts. Ironically, the modern day version of the Boss Mustang also played its part too, inspiring FPV’s engineers to replicate the responsiveness and driveability of the American icon. “From the outset with the GT RSPEC we wanted more agile handling with better traction, and so the suspension had to be considered holistically, unlike the aftermarket, where you might bolt on a set of wider tyres and hope for the best,” Chief Engineer Prodrive Australia, Bernie Quinn said. “The new car thus received a significant number of component changes to develop this totally integrated package.” The rear suspension of the GT RSPEC contains higher spring rates, re-tuned dampers, larger anti-roll bar, and reinforced rear lower control arms, while the front suspension has stiffer upper control arm bushes, stiffer front upper suspension strut mounts, and re-tuned dampers. New 9inch rear wheels and the 275 tyre combine on the GT RSPEC to also improve cornering grip, along with improved traction during launch, and when exiting corners. A revised toe setting on the rear wheel alignment also gives improved turn-in response. Stiffer transmission mounts on the GT RSPEC reduce powertrain and driveline movement under load improve ride quality, while the addition of Launch Control provides drivers with a more consistent performance when accelerating from rest, reducing the amount of wheel slip. “We have created a Launch Control feature on both the manual and automatic transmission that tailors torque delivery to ensure launch performance is optimised,” Bernie Quinn explained. “The system is automatically enabled when the vehicle is started and is designed to give drivers a smooth, consistent launch on typical road surfaces.” Visually the GT RSPEC is reminiscent of the famous 1969 Boss Mustang. The Mustang’s famous C-stripe is replicated on the new FPV GT RSPEC except with a ‘335’ identifier in the stripe, while there’s also a unique accent package including the lower and upper grille surrounds, fog lamp bezels, mirrors scalps, high performance spoiler with GT decal, and black painted exhaust tips. A distinctive GT RSPEC badge is positioned on the lower left hand side boot lid. Inside, Shadow leather sports seats with GT logo embroidery are complemented by a piano black finish around the ICC unit, tissue box and door spears. Limited to a run of just 350 units, the GT RSPEC is available in four colour combinations, 175 of those committed to the ‘hero’ colour scheme of Silhouette (black) with Vixen (red) accents. The remaining 175 units will be made up of Winter White, Vixen (red) and Kinetic (blue) with Silhouette (black) accents. Each vehicle will come with its own new look unique build badge. All other FPV GT options will continue to be available on the GT RSPEC series, including Brembo 6-piston front and 4 piston rear brakes, ZF 6 speed automatic transmission with sequential sports shift (no cost option) and satellite – navigation with SUNA Traffic Channel. The recommended Manufacturer’s List Price* for the GT RSPEC is $76,990, at participating FPV Dealers only. *This is the manufacturer’s list price for the vehicle only. A number of other components, including a dealer delivery fee, stamp duty, registration, compulsory third party (CTP) insurance and other statutory charges may be payable by a customer in relation to the purchase of this vehicle. As a manufacturer, FPV is not able to quantify the amount of these charges as they vary depending on a range of factors and individual circumstances, including the FPV Dealer the customer purchases the vehicle from, the State or Territory where that customer purchases the vehicle and the customer’s age, driving record and other personal factors. The final transaction price for the vehicle will be as negotiated by the customer with their chosen FPV Dealer. FPV RELEASES NEW LOOK LIMITED EDITION UTE Ford Performance Vehicles (FPV) has today launched a new look limited edition Ute. The Pursuit Ute will feature a GT colour-coded front bumper, GT RSPEC alloy wheels, and a striking accent and C-stripe decal. Only available in Silhouette with Vixen stripes and accents, the Pursuit Ute will be limited to just 75 units, the smallest number of Utes offered as a limited edition ever produced by FPV. The Pursuit will continue to carry the standard features of the current GS Ute range with a number of additional extras, creating exceptional value for money. Over and above the standard features of a GS Ute, the Pursuit Ute will now include • Pursuit badge – positioned across rear tailgate • 8″ rear wheel with 5-spoke premium alloy wheel design with Vixen accents • GT colour-coded bumper in Silhouette • Vixen Upper and lower grille surrounds • Vixen Fog lamp bezels • Vixen Mirror Scalps • All New Vixen decal pack – ‘C’ stripe • Black painted Exhaust Tips • Piano Black interior finish around ICC unit, tissue box and door spears • Manual gear lever with new badge design • Premium Sound with dual zone temperature control • Shadow leather sports seats The limited edition Pursuit Ute will continue to be powered by the impressive all-aluminium 315kW 5.0ltr supercharged V8 engine producing 545Nm of torque @ 2000-5500rpm. All other options will continue to be available on the Pursuit Ute and will include ZF 6 speed automatic transmission with sequential sports shift (NCO), tow bar and satellite navigation with SUNA Traffic Channel. The recommended Manufacturer’s List Price* for the Pursuit Ute is $57,990 at participating FPV Dealers only. *This is the manufacturer’s list price for the vehicle only. A number of other components, including a dealer delivery fee, stamp duty, registration, compulsory third party (CTP) insurance and other statutory charges may be payable by a customer in relation to the purchase of this vehicle. As a manufacturer, FPV is not able to quantify the amount of these charges as they vary depending on a range of factors and individual circumstances, including the FPV Dealer the customer purchases the vehicle from, the State or Territory where that customer purchases the vehicle and the customer’s age, driving record and other personal factors. The final transaction price for the vehicle will be as negotiated by the customer with their chosen FPV Dealer.

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Ford Falcon GT RSPEC

Ford Performance Vehicles (FPV) perhaps has the similarity with Ford’s SVT division in North America. Its high-performance sedan, the GT, is based on the Ford Faclon saloon. FPV has revealed the FPV GT RSPEC. The machine was built by FPV with the concentrating of offering track-minded consumers a competition-ready performer.

The new thing on that is that it now has been fitted with 5.0-liter V8, codenamed “Miami,” to create 455 horsepower. The power is sent via a ZF six-speed manual transmission that delivering its power to the road through Dunlop Sport Maxx tires. The Ford Falcon GT RSPEC will feature a very limited run of 350 units.

In addition to the GT sedan, a new limited edition Ute will come here. The great thing is that it will bring the same fire-breathing supercharged V8 and exterior treatment. Even rarer than the GT, the FPV Pursuit Ute will be limited to only 75 units. Click the gallery below to get more details.

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Ford Falcon GT RSPEC

Press Release

PV RELEASES GT RSPEC Ford Performance Vehicles (FPV) today launched its most hard-core GT yet, the new GT RSPEC Limited Edition Series. Developed to deliver racetrack-inspired handling to FPV’s enthusiast customers, the GT RSPEC features a significantly recalibrated suspension package, new wider 9inch rear wheels with 275/35 R19 Dunlop Sports Maxx tyres and, in an FPV first, Launch Control. Graphically, the new FPV GT RSPEC is distinctive, its look inspired by the legendary 1969 Boss Mustang with a unique stripe package and paint treatment. Under the bonnet, the new GT RSPEC is unchanged, powered by FPV’s much vaunted all-aluminium ‘Miami’ BOSS 335 5.0-litre supercharged engine. “On the track the RSPEC’s capabilities are just awesome … it is the finest-handling GT in history,” FPV Managing Director, Bryan Mears said. “We have put 18 months into the development of the FPV GT RSPEC and we are extremely proud of the results; anyone who drives it on the track will be blown away by just how complete and capable this car is.” FPV’s newest model was inspired by a desire to maximise the amazing performance of its now legendary 335kW 5.0Lt supercharged V8 engine by enhancing the chassis’ capabilities, to create the ultimate driving package for enthusiasts. Ironically, the modern day version of the Boss Mustang also played its part too, inspiring FPV’s engineers to replicate the responsiveness and driveability of the American icon. “From the outset with the GT RSPEC we wanted more agile handling with better traction, and so the suspension had to be considered holistically, unlike the aftermarket, where you might bolt on a set of wider tyres and hope for the best,” Chief Engineer Prodrive Australia, Bernie Quinn said. “The new car thus received a significant number of component changes to develop this totally integrated package.” The rear suspension of the GT RSPEC contains higher spring rates, re-tuned dampers, larger anti-roll bar, and reinforced rear lower control arms, while the front suspension has stiffer upper control arm bushes, stiffer front upper suspension strut mounts, and re-tuned dampers. New 9inch rear wheels and the 275 tyre combine on the GT RSPEC to also improve cornering grip, along with improved traction during launch, and when exiting corners. A revised toe setting on the rear wheel alignment also gives improved turn-in response. Stiffer transmission mounts on the GT RSPEC reduce powertrain and driveline movement under load improve ride quality, while the addition of Launch Control provides drivers with a more consistent performance when accelerating from rest, reducing the amount of wheel slip. “We have created a Launch Control feature on both the manual and automatic transmission that tailors torque delivery to ensure launch performance is optimised,” Bernie Quinn explained. “The system is automatically enabled when the vehicle is started and is designed to give drivers a smooth, consistent launch on typical road surfaces.” Visually the GT RSPEC is reminiscent of the famous 1969 Boss Mustang. The Mustang’s famous C-stripe is replicated on the new FPV GT RSPEC except with a ‘335’ identifier in the stripe, while there’s also a unique accent package including the lower and upper grille surrounds, fog lamp bezels, mirrors scalps, high performance spoiler with GT decal, and black painted exhaust tips. A distinctive GT RSPEC badge is positioned on the lower left hand side boot lid. Inside, Shadow leather sports seats with GT logo embroidery are complemented by a piano black finish around the ICC unit, tissue box and door spears. Limited to a run of just 350 units, the GT RSPEC is available in four colour combinations, 175 of those committed to the ‘hero’ colour scheme of Silhouette (black) with Vixen (red) accents. The remaining 175 units will be made up of Winter White, Vixen (red) and Kinetic (blue) with Silhouette (black) accents. Each vehicle will come with its own new look unique build badge. All other FPV GT options will continue to be available on the GT RSPEC series, including Brembo 6-piston front and 4 piston rear brakes, ZF 6 speed automatic transmission with sequential sports shift (no cost option) and satellite – navigation with SUNA Traffic Channel. The recommended Manufacturer’s List Price* for the GT RSPEC is $76,990, at participating FPV Dealers only. *This is the manufacturer’s list price for the vehicle only. A number of other components, including a dealer delivery fee, stamp duty, registration, compulsory third party (CTP) insurance and other statutory charges may be payable by a customer in relation to the purchase of this vehicle. As a manufacturer, FPV is not able to quantify the amount of these charges as they vary depending on a range of factors and individual circumstances, including the FPV Dealer the customer purchases the vehicle from, the State or Territory where that customer purchases the vehicle and the customer’s age, driving record and other personal factors. The final transaction price for the vehicle will be as negotiated by the customer with their chosen FPV Dealer. FPV RELEASES NEW LOOK LIMITED EDITION UTE Ford Performance Vehicles (FPV) has today launched a new look limited edition Ute. The Pursuit Ute will feature a GT colour-coded front bumper, GT RSPEC alloy wheels, and a striking accent and C-stripe decal. Only available in Silhouette with Vixen stripes and accents, the Pursuit Ute will be limited to just 75 units, the smallest number of Utes offered as a limited edition ever produced by FPV. The Pursuit will continue to carry the standard features of the current GS Ute range with a number of additional extras, creating exceptional value for money. Over and above the standard features of a GS Ute, the Pursuit Ute will now include • Pursuit badge – positioned across rear tailgate • 8″ rear wheel with 5-spoke premium alloy wheel design with Vixen accents • GT colour-coded bumper in Silhouette • Vixen Upper and lower grille surrounds • Vixen Fog lamp bezels • Vixen Mirror Scalps • All New Vixen decal pack – ‘C’ stripe • Black painted Exhaust Tips • Piano Black interior finish around ICC unit, tissue box and door spears • Manual gear lever with new badge design • Premium Sound with dual zone temperature control • Shadow leather sports seats The limited edition Pursuit Ute will continue to be powered by the impressive all-aluminium 315kW 5.0ltr supercharged V8 engine producing 545Nm of torque @ 2000-5500rpm. All other options will continue to be available on the Pursuit Ute and will include ZF 6 speed automatic transmission with sequential sports shift (NCO), tow bar and satellite navigation with SUNA Traffic Channel. The recommended Manufacturer’s List Price* for the Pursuit Ute is $57,990 at participating FPV Dealers only. *This is the manufacturer’s list price for the vehicle only. A number of other components, including a dealer delivery fee, stamp duty, registration, compulsory third party (CTP) insurance and other statutory charges may be payable by a customer in relation to the purchase of this vehicle. As a manufacturer, FPV is not able to quantify the amount of these charges as they vary depending on a range of factors and individual circumstances, including the FPV Dealer the customer purchases the vehicle from, the State or Territory where that customer purchases the vehicle and the customer’s age, driving record and other personal factors. The final transaction price for the vehicle will be as negotiated by the customer with their chosen FPV Dealer.

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Ford Falcon GT RSPEC

Ford Performance Vehicles (FPV) perhaps has the similarity with Ford’s SVT division in North America. Its high-performance sedan, the GT, is based on the Ford Faclon saloon. FPV has revealed the FPV GT RSPEC. The machine was built by FPV with the concentrating of offering track-minded consumers a competition-ready performer.

The new thing on that is that it now has been fitted with 5.0-liter V8, codenamed “Miami,” to create 455 horsepower. The power is sent via a ZF six-speed manual transmission that delivering its power to the road through Dunlop Sport Maxx tires. The Ford Falcon GT RSPEC will feature a very limited run of 350 units.

In addition to the GT sedan, a new limited edition Ute will come here. The great thing is that it will bring the same fire-breathing supercharged V8 and exterior treatment. Even rarer than the GT, the FPV Pursuit Ute will be limited to only 75 units. Click the gallery below to get more details.

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Ford Falcon GT RSPEC

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PV RELEASES GT RSPEC Ford Performance Vehicles (FPV) today launched its most hard-core GT yet, the new GT RSPEC Limited Edition Series. Developed to deliver racetrack-inspired handling to FPV’s enthusiast customers, the GT RSPEC features a significantly recalibrated suspension package, new wider 9inch rear wheels with 275/35 R19 Dunlop Sports Maxx tyres and, in an FPV first, Launch Control. Graphically, the new FPV GT RSPEC is distinctive, its look inspired by the legendary 1969 Boss Mustang with a unique stripe package and paint treatment. Under the bonnet, the new GT RSPEC is unchanged, powered by FPV’s much vaunted all-aluminium ‘Miami’ BOSS 335 5.0-litre supercharged engine. “On the track the RSPEC’s capabilities are just awesome … it is the finest-handling GT in history,” FPV Managing Director, Bryan Mears said. “We have put 18 months into the development of the FPV GT RSPEC and we are extremely proud of the results; anyone who drives it on the track will be blown away by just how complete and capable this car is.” FPV’s newest model was inspired by a desire to maximise the amazing performance of its now legendary 335kW 5.0Lt supercharged V8 engine by enhancing the chassis’ capabilities, to create the ultimate driving package for enthusiasts. Ironically, the modern day version of the Boss Mustang also played its part too, inspiring FPV’s engineers to replicate the responsiveness and driveability of the American icon. “From the outset with the GT RSPEC we wanted more agile handling with better traction, and so the suspension had to be considered holistically, unlike the aftermarket, where you might bolt on a set of wider tyres and hope for the best,” Chief Engineer Prodrive Australia, Bernie Quinn said. “The new car thus received a significant number of component changes to develop this totally integrated package.” The rear suspension of the GT RSPEC contains higher spring rates, re-tuned dampers, larger anti-roll bar, and reinforced rear lower control arms, while the front suspension has stiffer upper control arm bushes, stiffer front upper suspension strut mounts, and re-tuned dampers. New 9inch rear wheels and the 275 tyre combine on the GT RSPEC to also improve cornering grip, along with improved traction during launch, and when exiting corners. A revised toe setting on the rear wheel alignment also gives improved turn-in response. Stiffer transmission mounts on the GT RSPEC reduce powertrain and driveline movement under load improve ride quality, while the addition of Launch Control provides drivers with a more consistent performance when accelerating from rest, reducing the amount of wheel slip. “We have created a Launch Control feature on both the manual and automatic transmission that tailors torque delivery to ensure launch performance is optimised,” Bernie Quinn explained. “The system is automatically enabled when the vehicle is started and is designed to give drivers a smooth, consistent launch on typical road surfaces.” Visually the GT RSPEC is reminiscent of the famous 1969 Boss Mustang. The Mustang’s famous C-stripe is replicated on the new FPV GT RSPEC except with a ‘335’ identifier in the stripe, while there’s also a unique accent package including the lower and upper grille surrounds, fog lamp bezels, mirrors scalps, high performance spoiler with GT decal, and black painted exhaust tips. A distinctive GT RSPEC badge is positioned on the lower left hand side boot lid. Inside, Shadow leather sports seats with GT logo embroidery are complemented by a piano black finish around the ICC unit, tissue box and door spears. Limited to a run of just 350 units, the GT RSPEC is available in four colour combinations, 175 of those committed to the ‘hero’ colour scheme of Silhouette (black) with Vixen (red) accents. The remaining 175 units will be made up of Winter White, Vixen (red) and Kinetic (blue) with Silhouette (black) accents. Each vehicle will come with its own new look unique build badge. All other FPV GT options will continue to be available on the GT RSPEC series, including Brembo 6-piston front and 4 piston rear brakes, ZF 6 speed automatic transmission with sequential sports shift (no cost option) and satellite – navigation with SUNA Traffic Channel. The recommended Manufacturer’s List Price* for the GT RSPEC is $76,990, at participating FPV Dealers only. *This is the manufacturer’s list price for the vehicle only. A number of other components, including a dealer delivery fee, stamp duty, registration, compulsory third party (CTP) insurance and other statutory charges may be payable by a customer in relation to the purchase of this vehicle. As a manufacturer, FPV is not able to quantify the amount of these charges as they vary depending on a range of factors and individual circumstances, including the FPV Dealer the customer purchases the vehicle from, the State or Territory where that customer purchases the vehicle and the customer’s age, driving record and other personal factors. The final transaction price for the vehicle will be as negotiated by the customer with their chosen FPV Dealer. FPV RELEASES NEW LOOK LIMITED EDITION UTE Ford Performance Vehicles (FPV) has today launched a new look limited edition Ute. The Pursuit Ute will feature a GT colour-coded front bumper, GT RSPEC alloy wheels, and a striking accent and C-stripe decal. Only available in Silhouette with Vixen stripes and accents, the Pursuit Ute will be limited to just 75 units, the smallest number of Utes offered as a limited edition ever produced by FPV. The Pursuit will continue to carry the standard features of the current GS Ute range with a number of additional extras, creating exceptional value for money. Over and above the standard features of a GS Ute, the Pursuit Ute will now include • Pursuit badge – positioned across rear tailgate • 8″ rear wheel with 5-spoke premium alloy wheel design with Vixen accents • GT colour-coded bumper in Silhouette • Vixen Upper and lower grille surrounds • Vixen Fog lamp bezels • Vixen Mirror Scalps • All New Vixen decal pack – ‘C’ stripe • Black painted Exhaust Tips • Piano Black interior finish around ICC unit, tissue box and door spears • Manual gear lever with new badge design • Premium Sound with dual zone temperature control • Shadow leather sports seats The limited edition Pursuit Ute will continue to be powered by the impressive all-aluminium 315kW 5.0ltr supercharged V8 engine producing 545Nm of torque @ 2000-5500rpm. All other options will continue to be available on the Pursuit Ute and will include ZF 6 speed automatic transmission with sequential sports shift (NCO), tow bar and satellite navigation with SUNA Traffic Channel. The recommended Manufacturer’s List Price* for the Pursuit Ute is $57,990 at participating FPV Dealers only. *This is the manufacturer’s list price for the vehicle only. A number of other components, including a dealer delivery fee, stamp duty, registration, compulsory third party (CTP) insurance and other statutory charges may be payable by a customer in relation to the purchase of this vehicle. As a manufacturer, FPV is not able to quantify the amount of these charges as they vary depending on a range of factors and individual circumstances, including the FPV Dealer the customer purchases the vehicle from, the State or Territory where that customer purchases the vehicle and the customer’s age, driving record and other personal factors. The final transaction price for the vehicle will be as negotiated by the customer with their chosen FPV Dealer.

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