1700 Power Ford GT Became the Fastest Road Car

December 24, 2012 at 5:47 am

Not so long ago, on the October 16 at the runway at Kennedy Space Center, John Bomer dispersed the new sports car Ford GT, modified by the studio he owns called the Performance Power Racing, to 455.818 km/h. And this is how this car became the fastest on the road. Currently the fastest production road car is a 1200-horsepower supercar Bugatti Veyron Super Sport – this car has an average speed of two runs of 431.072 km/h. Meanwhile, the new Ford GT is going to beat them all, after all the tests will be over.

fastest car Ford GT

Image of the fastest car Ford GT

As of today, the unofficial “king of speed” is recognized in the studio revised Performance Power Racing the new Ford GT. The car has already gained a great bulk of the fans, thus showing that the demand for it is going to be huge. However, we have no information on the fact that this car will go into the sales even.

white Ford GT - king of speed

Picture of the white Ford GT – king of speed

Note that the test race was a mile (1609 meters). As for the Ford GT itself, the creators did not disclose its technical features and only put emphasis on the fact that many of the components are made of advanced aluminum alloy Pandalloy, which was created in conjunction with aerospace company Pratt & Whitney. The developers of this material claim that he has grown stronger and lighter than conventional heat-resistant varieties “winged metal”.

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