Will the new Ford Shelby GT500 outrun the Ferrari 812 Superfast and 911 GT3 RS?January 9, 2020
Jason Kammisa, a car guru and just an Internet personality, decided to race between some powerful cars and the new Ford Shelby GT500. The video was released on the ISSIMI Offical YouTube channel.
We waited a very, very long time for Ford to finally unveil a new generation of the most powerful version of its iconic Mustang sports coupe – yes, yes, the Shelby GT500. And so, the car is presented and videos are starting to appear on the Web that prove that this is a very, very powerful car. The first test drive of foreign journalists showed that this is a car that can become a real monster on the road.
It was also noted that in reality he would have very few truly worthy competitors.
One of the rivals of the American novelty was the powerful Challenger coupe in the powerful performance of the SRT Hellcat, but, frankly, this race is not very interesting. The Mustang vs. Challenger competitions have been going on for the past 50 years, and they all go on relatively equally. Well, the confrontation of the new GT500 with the Italian coupe Ferrari 812 Superfast or the German Porsche 911 GT3 RS looks already much more exciting. This is because this most powerful of the Mustangs ever presented has much more power than what the manufacturer claimed. So the American has every chance to show his rivals who is the best Ford Mustang here.
In one of the races, the Italian supercar Ferrari was still able to overtake the Mustang. This was made possible, in particular, thanks to better weight distribution and the 789-horsepower V12 engine, but the GT500 was not so far behind him. However, the first round of the supercar match against Shelby ended in an honest victory for the Italian.
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