Is This 2021 Superlite GT-R The Perfect Unfinished Project?
If you are a car enthusiast, you probably know of the 1964 Ford GT40 and that it is one of the most iconic American sports cars ever made. After numerous attempts at a spiritual successor, Ford came up with the 2005 GT. With that said, even the sequel to the icon is too expensive for most. Luckily, there are alternatives and our investigation stumbled upon a listing in the Facebook group Fiberclassics handcrafted cars, kit cars, Replicas. An almost finished, 2021 Superlite GT-R kit car has been listed by Facebook user, Jon Leone, and it looks like a worthy, budget-friendly alternative to the American icon.
With 2,000 Horsepower, Is this Custom Ford E-Transit "Electric SuperVan" Still Boring?
The automotive world is full of wild and out-of-this-world creations. Pretty much everyone loves them, from the incredibly fast and capable examples like the Bugatti Chiron to the GR Yaris which we are still struggling to believe Toyota even made in the first place. But possibly the most outlandish is the Ford Transit Supervan, and now, after nearly 30 years, there’s a new one.
Is This Really a Prototype of the Next-Gen Ford Mustang?
The American icon known as the Ford Mustang has evolved through six generations so far, not counting the Mach E. The current S550 generation of the Pony car is coming to an end and the 2024 Mustang, internally dubbed S650, is on its way. While we may see a production version as soon as April 2023, the next-gen Mustang is still being developed and under heavy camouflage. With that being said, test prototypes have started appearing on public roads, and YouTube channel, TFLnow presents the latest (so far) spy footage of the S650 Mustang prototype.
Rendering: This Off-Road 1969 Ford Mustang is Ready for the Apocalypse
The Ford Mustang is probably the last vehicle in people’s minds if they’re looking for a car that can take them off-road. However, in the field of digital art or even when modifying a vehicle in real life, almost nothing is impossible—at least given the right imagination and/or financial capability. This 1969 Ford Mustang has been rendered to be an off-roader, and it’s something one might be able to do in real life.
The Best Electric Family Cars for 2022
As of 2022, it’s safe to say that EVs are mainstream. With all major mass-market automakers offering multiple EVs in their portfolio, it is confusing to choose one. EVs, with their convenience and refinement, make for great family runabouts if the range isn’t a major concern, but, with a whole range of EVs to choose from, the decision-making process is getting increasingly difficult. So, here is a list of 10 EVs that we think should be on your list if you are on the lookout for an electric family car.
This 1973 Ford Mustang Mach 1 Is One Of The Last Classic Mustangs Worth Buying
If you are a muscle car enthusiast, you probably know that around the mid-1970s, things went really bad for those of us looking for big power and performance. The oil crisis meant gas was expensive and American carmakers were forced to take their big V-8s and neuter them. The 1973 Ford Mustang Mach 1 is one of the cars that got the worst of it. Despite having a 351 Cleveland under the hood, the most powerful version of the 1973 Mustang Mach 1 made 285 horsepower. But that doesn’t mean this 1973 example should be overlooked, especially when it has been fully restored and is currently listed for a reasonable price.
The Steeda F-150 Thunder Edition Brings Back Memories of the SVT Lightning
When we hear the words "high Performance" Ford F-150 we automatically think about the F-150 Raptor. Or, in the near future F-150 Raptor R. But there was a time when the F-150 was offered in a different high-performance guise. It was called SVT Lightning, and it was offered only for two generations, between 1993 and 2004. Now, Ford is using the Lightning nomenclature for the all-electric version of the F-150, so the name can’t be used anymore. That left Steeda with only one option for its take on a high-performance F-150 - name it the F-150 Thunder Editio because, you know, thunder comes after the lightning.
Ford Gears Up to Become The Ultimate Enthusiast Brand
With the mass adoption of electric powertrains, it’s difficult to see how car companies plan to appeal to car enthusiasts. It seems Ford is tackling the challenge by splitting its model development process into two separate divisions: the Ford Model e division and the Ford Blue division. In the eyes of traditional fans, Ford has already done some controversial moves, case in point being the Ford Mustang Mach-E, which aside from the tri-bar taillights has little in common with the Mustang we all know and love. But now, Ford assures us that, despite the focus on EVs, it’s going to be an enthusiast-centric brand.
The Technical Details Of the Everrati Ford GT40 EV Will Blow Your Mind
For those of you who might not know, Everrati is a British company specialized in converting iconic vintage cars into electric cars. In 2021, it joined forces with Superformance - a company based in Jupiter, Florida, and reengineered the legendary Le Mans-winning Ford GT40 race car. It was of course a zero-emission vehicle featuring a custom-designed electric drivetrain. Today, about one year later, we finally learn details about the supercar’s full specification figures.
The 1969 Ford Mustang BOSS 520 Was The Ultimate Mustang
The legacy of the Ford Mustang dates back to 1962 with the Ford Mustang I concept car. Since then, we have gotten many iconic interpretations of the car, including high-performance variants like the Shelby GT350, GT500, BOSS 302, and the BOSS 429, which is considered to be the ultimate ’Stang. The BOSS 429, itself, was the basis for other interesting projects such as the mid-engine Ford Mustang LID, but there was another, more conventional version that, sort of, made it - the Mustang BOSS 520.
Ford’s EV Lineup Will be Radically Different
Ford CEO Jim Farley says the future EVs from the blue oval will not simply be electrified versions of current models. This means that the brand’s lineup will grow considerably, and it has even been said that fans of current models might not like the future electric models.
Chevy Won’t Build A Silverado Competitor to the Ford F-150 Raptor Because It’s Too Hard
Ford has offered a High-performance Raptor variant of the F-150 pickup truck to one degree or another since 2010. However, Chevrolet, or General Motors as a whole for that matter, has never had a direct rival to the Raptor. But why? General Motors has had the goal of beating Ford towards the top of its priority list since the 1960s. It is the whole reason the Camaro even exists in the first place. The main reason behind the lack of a high-performance Silverado, however, comes down to a simple business claim.