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.
Love it….like a K1 Attack on steroids
The exterior is boring, the wheels are too small and the interior looks like a guantanamo resort.