The Falcon F7 supercar has made its official debut at the Detroit Motor Show. The mid-engined, rear-wheel-drive supercar is made in Michigan and limited to ten examples in 2012.

The engine is a 7.0 liter naturally aspirated V8 provides 620 horsepower and 813Nm of torque. The modifiled LS7 engine of Corvette origin is linked to a manual gearbox. The body is completely made from carbon fiber, and the car weighs less than 1,263kg. Falcon unofficially claims a 0-60 time in the low-three-second range, and a top speed of about 190 miles per hour.

The interior features an interesting dashboard design, special shaped leather seats, iPod connection, Bluetooth technology, Garmin GPS, power windows, and air conditioning.

[Via Windingroads]

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