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Ford Mustang GT4 Turnkey Race Car Makes It SEMA Debut

Monday, July 24th 2017. | News

Ford Mustang GT4 . Joining COPO and AutoX Concept , Ford Mustang GT 4 Turnkey is the next race car that makes its debut in this year’s SEMA in Las Vegas. This car is designed by Ford and Multimatic who have the majestic Ford GT in their portfolio. The producer claims that this car can be used to compete in all GT4 class, including IMSA and Pirelli World Championship. All the components are specially designed for on-track performance, so this car is definitely not street legal. Ford Mustang GT4 Specifications Design Ford Mustang GT4 race car First of all, let’s talk about the chassis since it is the most noteworthy part of this Ford Mustang GT4 race car. It includes some of the most sophisticated components such as Dynamic Suspension Spool produced by Multimatic, rear control arms that are set lower, Valve dampers as well as new stabilizer bars both at the front and rear. Ford also adds some new components that will be especially relevant to improve aerodynamically. Those parts are new rear wing, dive plane, front splitter and rear diffuser. Moreover, lightweight 18” Forgeline wheels will also contribute to cutting down the weight. Inside, this race car is equipped with ABS controller, race-ready engine control, FIA-compliant roll cage and also a Motec race data logger that will help the driver records his performance. Performance, Engine — Ford Mustang GT4 GT4 enthusiasts will know how great Shelby GT350 perform in this year’s competition. So, you don’t have to doubt the performance of Ford Mustang GT4 because this race car comes with the same engine. Consequently, this car is powered by VooDoo 5.2 L flat-plane crank V8 engine built by Ford and Roush Yates Engineering.

Ford Mustang GT4 Turnkey Race Car Makes It SEMA Debut

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