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Concept of the month - Ford
GT90
The American automaker Ford created and produced the highperformance concept automobile known as the GT90. At the
Detroit Auto Show in January 1995, it was unveiled. In Ames,
Oklahoma's Hajek Motorsports Museum, the automobile is
currently on exhibit.
Even by today's standards, the nearly 30-year-old GT90 is wild
and futuristic, and while it clearly has some heritage elements
from the original, it was created before the retro trend and had
a distinctly modern, angular appearance. What lay beneath the
carbon fibre body panels, which gave it a jet fighter-like
appearance, was just as exotic
Ford built a 5.9 litre, 48-valve, DOHC V12 engine by extending
the modular V8 engine's fundamental architecture by four
cylinders. Ford didn't stop there; a V12 engine produced by
Ford alone would have provided the GT90's objectives with the
necessary power and unique heritage.
The ultimate output was 720 horsepower and 660 pound feet of
torque, supercar levels even by today's standards and
astounding by 1995 standards. Next, they fitted not one, not
two, but four Garrett T2 turbochargers. Ford claimed the GT90
would reach a high speed of nearly 250 mph and complete the
quarter mile in 10.9 seconds, making it one of the fastest road
vehicles ever created at the time.
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