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very very nice


Supercharged 6.2L (8 x 770 cm3)
90 degree V8, aluminum block and heads, titanium valves, hydraulic lifter with dry-sump oil system
640 HP at 6500 rpm
605 lb.-ft. at 3800 rpm
200 mph
3.4 s
6 speeds manual rear-mounted dual clutch
255/40 ZR19 front and 285/40 ZR19 rear michelin Pilot Sport
Magnetic Selective Ride Control, Performance Traction Management, Active Handling System, Traction Control and variable-ratio power steering
Brembo® 4-wheel ventilated, cross-drilled carbon ceramic matrix rotors with 6-piston 15.5” front and 4-pist on 14” rear calipers with ABS
Frontal and side-impact, driver and front passenger with Passenger Sensing System.
L. 4927 x l. 1934 x H 1390 mm
3640 lb. - 1650 kg
 

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I get the feeling there are a lot of corvette parts in there.
 

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really???...looks to me like a '67/'68 Mustang with Charger tail lights and 1971 Roadrunner front end...I don't see GM anywhere in there...

Bill
 

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Wow, how cool. I LOVED my 67 Mustang. That is just beautiful.
 

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really???...looks to me like a '67/'68 Mustang with Charger tail lights and 1971 Roadrunner front end...I don't see GM anywhere in there...

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Don't forget the Ferrari horse doing it's best impression of the Lamborghini bull's pose as the emblem.

What's with the name? $250k for a modern miscle car made from parts of classic muscle cars named after a Hyundai and a fish?

Looks cool, but there are 50 or more shops where I can get a screaming fast retro inspired muscle car built for that money or less and I won't have to pronounce it and explain it to everyone I see every time I drive it.
 

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C'mon guys. I mean, it isn't like Vart would own it for more than 3 months anyhow. ;)
 

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really???...looks to me like a '67/'68 Mustang with Charger tail lights and 1971 Roadrunner front end...I don't see GM anywhere in there...

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Look under the hood. Looks like a LS9 to me.

I'm not 100% sure, but I'd be willing to bet the engine, transmission (except the dual clutch) suspension and brakes are GM.
 

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Look under the hood. Looks like a LS9 to me.

I'm not 100% sure, but I'd be willing to bet the engine, transmission (except the dual clutch) suspension and brakes are GM.
ahhh...you looked beyond the pics...I'm not so sure but it could be...

Bill
 
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