The latest North American supercar, named the Falcon F7, has been officially presented to the public at the 2012 Detroit Motor Show.
The Falcon F7 supercar is pretty close to catching the production line, thanks to its impressive output squeezed from Chevy’s LS7 engine, and to its exterior design, which is making it quite appealing to the audience at the over-seas automotive event. Even if its chances of officially hitting the European market are close to zero, the Falcon F7 supercar is one interesting attraction to the 2012 North American International Auto Show (NAIAS) in Detroit, and the model might make it into production, being well received by the audience.
But don’t get your hopes too high because of the Falcon F7 makes it into production, than its estimated price stands at 225.000 USD, so it won’t be affordable. According to it manufacturer, the Falcon F7 supercar takes its power from a modified version of Chevrolet’s LS7 engine, which has been upgraded and it’s now developing a total output of 620 horsepower, having a peak torque of 813 Nm (600 lb-ft), while weighing just 1.263 kg (2.785 pounds). There’s no official word on its performance and features yet but if the supercar hits the production line all the details will be released.