Falcon GT Concept with Supercharged Boss 5.0 V8 Engine

FPV GT Conceptcarscoop Falcon GT Concept with Supercharged Boss 5.0 V8 Engine

Falcon GT Concept car has participated into the car exhibition under the brand name of 2011 Australian International Motor Show in Melbourne. This is the first time, FVP car maker has taken a challenge to manufacture a sophisticated one-off car for the participation into the Australian car show which passed very successfully.

In an official statement, the company’s secretary and CEO have pointed out that this time the company has put emphasis mainly on the frontal part, exterior texture, interior decoration and rear part of the car for ensuring the acceleration of the performance, aesthete of the vehicle. A powerful V8 engine is capable of generating 449 hp along with 570 NM torque. Power is mainly channelized via a 5.0-literBoss V8 engine which is eco-friendly and energy efficient. The charismatic appearance with beautifully decorated frontal silhouette of the car is always eye-catching and up to the mark. The car chassis, wheels, windshields, doors, trapezoidal grilles and air inlets are all the special technical features of the car.

Dunlop SP Sportmaxx GT tire bands are capable of generating traction and gripping power. The rubber tire bands are also long lasting. The negative camber of the car wheelbases is naturally high whereas the positive camber is perfectly tuned. Rear display glass reflectors are adjustable with sun visors and dashboard. The powerful binnacle has been inserted into the car cabin for enhancing the road mapping and navigating in more organized way. This is the car which is light in weight and its aesthetic quality is naturally high and deeply palpable.

The infotainment, odometer , tachometer, tire pressure measurement tool and speedometer have been inserted into the car cabin to enhance better car upgradation and tuning program. The car compartment has no structural rigidity. The cowl shake at the front part of the car is fully absent. The drag-in engine co-efficiency rate is surprisingly low and therefore this car can travel long distance swiftly even in the tormented weather condition.

–Kreation Guru


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