That's the most powerful normally aspirated production engine thathas ever built and it sounds amazing thanks to the flat-plane crankshaft.
A few weeks ago we got an in-depth look the platform changes that the SVT/Ford Performance engineering crew made in the process of transforming the 2015 Mustang GT into the new Shelby GT350. However, a great chassis can only you get you so far. Every great sports car also needs a great powerplant and here the engineers appear to have come through again. Unlike the last couple of generations of SVT Mustangs, this time around the team have come up with something completely different, the 5.2-liter Voodoo V8.
While the agency's recommendations include the usual; aim for the middle, avoid distractions and wear the right shoes, I think the answer may lie elsewhere.
Given that manual transmissions are rapidly vanishing, perhaps we should follow BMW's lead with the i3 and build on it. Maybe we should just eliminate the brake pedal.
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The battery electric vehicle (BEV) will likely remain a small fraction of the overall automotive market for many years to come, according to Navigant Research’s Electric Vehicle Geographic Forecast…
In 2007, Ford changed the way we connect our mobile devices to our cars with the introduction of SYNC on the Escape. In 2011, Ford almost overnight destroyed the goodwill toward SYNC with the introduction of the hugely troubled MyFord Touch which was known internally as SYNC V2. While Ford made MFT much better over the last couple of years with software updates, it also began work on a complete reboot. The result of those efforts debuts this summer as SYNC 3 and the Fiesta and Escape will be the first vehicles to get this all-new connectivity and infotainment system.