Ford Mustang tried on a retro look and received 710 forces specifically for the SEMA showOctober 8, 2019
A unique version of the sports coupe was prepared by the famous NASCAR pilot Ryan Blaney in collaboration with car photographer Larry Chen. The car received a livery in the style of the Ford GT40, which took part in the 1966 Daytona Hours.
The sports coupe received a number of improvements from the NASCAR pilot and photographer specifically for the SEMA exhibition. Out of a regular car, Ryan Blaney (pilot) and Larry Chen (photographer) created the 710 — a powerful showcar in a beautiful classic look. According to the creators, the coloring is dedicated to 50-year-old sports cars, the Ford GT40, which took part in the 1966 Daytona Hours.
As a power unit, a 5.0-liter V8 engine from the Coyote family with a Roush compressor is used. In the standard modification, it is capable of developing up to 466 forces and 569 Nm of torque, but this Ford Mustang GT was equipped with a boosted version of up to 710 horsepower and 827 Nm of torque.
The car was created in the famous American workshop Galpin Auto Sports. Livery was painted by British concept artist Khizil Selim.
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