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2002 Ford GT40 Concept car specifications


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2002 Ford GT40 Concept car specifications

GT40 Concept Ford was build in 2002. With 5.4L V 8 in 90° vee / DOHC / 32 Total valves / 4 valves per cylinder engine type, sized at 5409 ccm it was able to deliver 500.07 bhp @ 5250 RPM and 678 Nm @ 3250 RPM of torque.

It is a rear wheel drive driven car, with mid engine location, The car comes with a 6 speed manual transmition. and fuel capacity of 107.6 litres. compression ratio 8.5:1 and it is a supercharged petrol fueld engine.

Originaly mounted front tires are 245/45 R 18, rear 285/45 R 19 .

Car size was L/W/H 4613mm/1951mm/1105mm

 

 

 

 

 

Car information

Year of make: 2002

Car make: Ford

Model: GT40 Concept

Price:

Performance

Top speed:

0-60 mph:

0-100mph:

0-100kmh:

1/4 mile:

60-0 mph:

Fuel consumption:

Power output

Horsepower: 500.07 bhp @ 5250 RPM

Torque: 678 Nm @ 3250 RPM

Transmition: 6 speed manual

 

 

 

Body

Weight:

Length: 4613mm

Width: 1951mm

Height: 1105mm

Ground clerance:

Fuel capacity: 107.6 litres

Engine

Type: 5.4L V 8 in 90° vee / DOHC / 32 Total valves / 4 valves per cylinder

Displacement: 5409 ccm

Compression ratio: 8.5:1

Aspiration: supercharged petrol

Redline:

Layout: rear wheel drive

Engine location: mid

Tires and Brakes

Front tires: 245/45 R 18

Rear tires: 285/45 R 19

Brakes (F/R):

Brake size (F/R): 380mm / 380mm

 

 

 

 

 

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