2011 Ford Falcon GT-H from Ford Performance Vehicles (FPV) in Australia
Here are a set of spy shots of the Ford Falcon GT-H from Ford Performance Vehicles (FPV) in Australia cooling off during some winter testing. The FPV GT-H is a high-performance version of the FPV Ford Falcon GT featuring a modified version of the 5.0 liter V8 Coyote power plant borrowed from its American cousin
the Ford Mustang.
The model was the first time Ford Performance Vehicles used a compressor."FPV customers will certainly not be disappointed by the performance of the new GT series, or how the cars running and they have a real presence with the new graphics package," said FPV General Manager Rod Barrett on Falcon GT.
Ford Falcon GT-H can be borrowed from the brakes of the GT-P 13-inch six-piston Brembo calipers front and rear. The figure wears a prototype of a thick, five-spoke wheels and a big spoiler on the GT model. It remains to be seen whether the GT-H is offered a package of attractive paint Falcons have seen other high-performance.
The spy pics reveal how FPV has done away with the fog lights to fit the large inter-coolers needed to feed the new supercharger that will be added under the bonnet. FPV may be hiding a set of LED daytimers under the camo of the front corners.
No news yet on how much yield that power plant will have but in the FPV GT, GT-P and GT-E variants it is called the 'Miami' engine and comes with an output of 335 kW (455 PS/450 bhp) and 570 Nm (420 lb·ft) of torque.