This is the 2012 Falcon F7 Supercar Concept, was release at Detroit Auto Show. The car is built on a tig-welded aluminum chassis, with a carbon fiber tunnel integrated within it, plus carbon fiber body panels and also fiber-reinforced firewall and floor pan. The manufacturer states that the car accelerates from naught to 62 mph in between 3.3 and 3.6 seconds, reaching a top speed of 190-200 mph, depending on the configuration. It can abide 1.1-1.3g forces of lateral acceleration and stops, thanks to a highly-efficient braking system, from 60 mph in less than 100 feet.
The 2012 Falcon F7 Supercar gets propelled by a V8 that comes from the Corvette, along with most parts comprised by the suspension system. The 7.0-liter V8 LS7 develops 620 HP at 6,600 RPM, while the torque peak goes as high as 585 lb-ft at 5,400 RPM. The propulsion system is naturally aspirated and linked to a 6-speed manual gearbox that assures rear-wheel transmission. The Falcon F7 will be available in a limited edition of just 10 cars, each one costing at least $225,000. But the looks of this beast make us forget the humongous price. Let’s see the 2012 Falcon F7 Supercar Limited Edition photos.