Thursday, June 9, 2011

Spy Photos Shelby GT500 Biturbo

A Shelby GT500 has been spotted at the Nurburgring, with some small but interesting changes: the frontal fact betrays the presence of cores larger than the original and, despite the lack of camouflage in order, it is very likely that the vehicle is a laboratory test for the crews of some mechanical components for the new generation of sporty Ford Mustang.

According to the advances of recent months, the Mustang is in fact intended to abandon the classic V8 with supercharger to switch to a twin-turbo version, which will ensure adequate performance by improving fuel consumption and emissions. The European presence in the land of a prototype of the Mustang, also, only confirms the intention to make the next generation of the car a global model, as long anticipated, involving also the centers of European design and Australian design.

Likely that in 2014 the new Mustang is also available in the old continent, with a totally new platform with independent rear suspension and an engine range of the much wider, from a 4-cylinder EcoBoost about 2, 5-liter twin-turbo V8 to the eternal enemy maneuver and so tackle the Chevrolet Camaro ready to market in the coming months in Europe.

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