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Shelby GT350 Mustang to produce 400kW


Posted by Waggin @ Tue Mar 31, 2015 4:47 pm



Ford's resurrected Shelby GT350 Mustang will produce in excess of 390kW in production form, according to a Ford executive.

During a recent Q&A session at the Texas world speedway, Ford's Shelby brand manager Jim Owens announced the upcoming halo model's new 5.2-litre V8 would produce more than 100hp (75kW) of power per litre of displacement.

That means a total output in excess of 520hp, or 390kW in our money. Owens also went onto specify the engine has a redline of 8250rpm, reinforcing claims from Ford that it is "the most powerful naturally-aspirated Ford production engine ever produced". Owens' final bombshell was that Ford will also produce a hotter track-only version of the Shelby, known as the GT350S.

Ford previously confirmed the GT350 will prod...


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New Focus RS more fun than my race car: Ken Block


Posted by Waggin @ Thu Mar 05, 2015 10:38 am



Rally star Ken Block has given a bold vote of confidence for the upcoming Focus RS, declaring that it is more fun to drive than his Ford Fiesta rally car.

The American driver made the claim at the stand of the RS at the Geneva motor show on Tuesday. Block worked on the development of the keenly anticipated hot hatch, drawing on his experience in the World Rally Championship as well as his skilful driving exploits viewed by millions on YouTube.

Speaking with Drive, the 47-year-old spruiked the RS' intuitive all-wheel drive system, which includes a Drift mode designed specifically for rear-wheel drive oversteer.

"It's dramatically different to the race car. Because of the regulations of the series, we have to keep the all-wheel drive system very rudimenta...


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Ford Mustang pricing revealed


Posted by Waggin @ Wed Mar 04, 2015 12:01 am



The Ford Mustang will have hot hatches in its sights when it arrives in Australia later this year thanks to a starting price under $45,000.

The blue oval has revealed the full price list for the new coupe ahead of it hitting showrooms in December. And the headline number is $44,990 (plus on-road costs) the starting price for the 2.3-litre EcoBoost Fastback, with the automatic variant costing an additional $2500.

That price undercuts many hot hatches such as the Volkswagen Golf GTI Performance, Subaru WRX STI and Renault Megane RS265, putting the Mustang in the middle of the hot hatch market.

The EcoBoost's 2.3-litre four-cylinder engine produces 233kW and 432Nm, which far outperforms most of the hot hatches in its price range.

The V8-powered Mustang GT is also ke...


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Ford reveals details of Falcon successor


Posted by Waggin @ Mon Mar 02, 2015 11:09 pm



Ford hopes to seduce customers with safety and technology in the car that will serve as the effective replacement to the locally built and developed Falcon sedan.

Though smaller than the Falcon, a new Mondeo hatch and wagon due on sale in May are set to offer a large standard specification including airbag-equipped rear seatbelts that dissipate energy across a passenger's torso rather than concentrating it in one area.

It is technology new to mainstream brands in the medium-sized segment, the sort of feature usually found in the back of a $200,000 European limousine, not a family car priced from $32,790 in entry-level Ambiente trim.

The Mondeo range is equipped as standard ...


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