Ford Mustang tried on a retro look and received 710 forces specifically for the SEMA show

Ford Mustang tried on a retro look and received 710 forces specifically for the SEMA show

October 8, 2019 0 By autotimesnews

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.

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The car was created in the famous American workshop Galpin Auto Sports. Livery was painted by British concept artist Khizil Selim.