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►2018 Ford GT - Vehicle Summary: The mid-engine 2018 Ford GT supercar returns as the automaker’s flagship sports coupe. Other sporty Fords include the Ford Mustang coupe and convertible, Taurus SHO sedan, Fusion Sport sedan, Focus ST and RS hatchbacks, Fiesta ST hatchback, and F-150 Raptor pickup. Overview: First shown at the 2015 Detroit auto show, we don’t expect any major changes to the limited production supercar, but we’ll update this space as soon as we have more info. The automaker has shown some special-edition versions since it first debuted, including the Competition Series. The Ford GT is powered by a mid-mounted twin-turbo 3.5-liter EcoBoost V-6 mated to a seven-speed dual-clutch transmission. The domestic mid-engine supercar is rated 647 hp and 550 lb-ft of torque and has a top speed of 216 mph. The Ford GT is based around a carbon-fiber tub with aluminum front and rear sub-frames covered by carbon fiber body panels. Other performance bits include a inboard-mounted torsion beam and pushrod suspension with adjustable ride height mated to Multimatic’s Dynamic Suspension Spool Valve (DSSV) shock absorbers, active aerodynamics, and carbon-ceramic brakes. Carbon fiber wheels are optional. Inside, the Ford GT features a reconfigurable digital gauge cluster with five driving modes (Normal, Wet, Sport, Race, and V-Max)... http://www.motortrend.com/cars/ford/g... 2018 Dodge Challenger Srt: For years, the Big Three have been selling parts-counter specials that are purpose built for drag racing: Cobra Jet Mustangs, COPO Camaros, and Drag Pak Challengers missing VINs that you order like an oil filter. These are cars only in the sense that they have four wheels. You can’t legally drive one to the corner store for milk or bait teenagers on Woodward Avenue any more than you could in an IndyCar racer. But Dodge is changing that with the Challenger SRT Demon. Born to Drag: SRT head honcho Tim Kuniskis admits that the company wanted to go in a different direction than the Challenger’s obvious competition. Ford and Chevrolet clearly targeted the road-course demographic with their ultimate pony cars, the Camaro ZL1 1LE and the Shelby Mustang GT350R. To be different, SRT zeroed in on a target 1320 feet long—a quarter-mile—and packed this Hellcat-cum-Demon with legit drag-racing technology normally reserved for purpose-built trailer queens. By fixating on a single goal, Kuniskis and company claim to have destroyed not only crosstown rivals, but all competition, in quarter-mile races—including the Porsche 918 (the quickest production car we’ve ever tested)—with a 9.65-second elapsed time at a blistering 140 mph. That’s quick enough that the NHRA says “no, thank you” unless the Demon’s owner installs a roll cage. A nine-second production car that we expect will cost one-tenth the price of a new 918. Let that sink in. So how did SRT do it? Details have been released in a form of Chinese water torture over the last three months. First we learned of all the weight SRT cut to get the Demon as trim as possible, most notably by stripping out every seat save the driver’s (the front passenger seat and the three-place rear bench can be optioned back in for $1 each). Then there was a mysterious box full of parts and tools, a glimpse at the hood scoop, the wrinkled-sidewall drag radials, some suspension details and transmission specs, and on and on. Thirteen teasers in total, which included more than a half-dozen cryptic hints that Chrysler has finally decoded. The campaign nearly caused our interest to wane. All we wanted to know was how fast and how much power... ►Thank You very much for watching!!
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