2010 Ford Shelby GT500

The new 2010 Ford Shelby GT500 is considered as the most powerful vehicle among the Ford cars.

The functionality, refinement and additional horsepower make the Shelby GT500 a special and high performance car. The car contains a 5.4 liter supercharged V-8 engine which produces a maximum output power of about 540 horsepower and 6,250 maximum rpm. An aluminum power dome covers the body of the car that helps to cool the engine even at extreme hot conditions. The cold air intake allows the coolest air inside the air box, which results in an increase of horse power.

2010 Ford Shelby GT500 Front View

The seats are made of real leather and real aluminum, applied on the instrument panel which looks like a jewel, these aluminum panels consist of a three dimensional texture pattern which is being inspired from the braided hoses, racing clutch plates and racing brake rotors.

The Shelby GT500 control system consists of several modes for better performance. The sports mode delivers the best ride and the “On” mode ensures safety driving during the day times. This system can be turned off though the active safety systems and anti lock braking system stay at their places.

The tires used in the Shelby GT500 are about 19 inches where Goodyear F1 tires have been employed. These tires provide a better grip and better handling. The twin discs used in the Shelby GT500 are quite larger, which are about 250 mm and made of fiber glass and copper.

In addition, several modifications have been made to the aerodynamic suspensions and to the splitter.

2010 Ford Shelby GT500 Side View


Vehicle Type: -Production car, with two doors
Configuration: -Front Engine/ RWD
Engine: – Supercharged V8
Displacement: – 5400 cc
Horsepower: – 540 bhp @ —rpm
Torque: – 510 lb-ft @ —rpm
Max RPM: – 6250 rpm
Transmission: – 6-speed Manual

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