Ford has announced the first details of the suspension system which is used on the rare and expensive Shelby GT350 Mustang.
Originally unveiled during the Los Angeles Auto Show, back in 2014, the Ford Shelby GT350 Mustang is being highlighted once again, this time with the help of the North American based automaker, which has released the first details on its suspension system. According to the car manufacturer, the mode is getting new aluminum front knuckle, hub and bearing assemblies which are now lighter and stiffer than the ones used on the standard muscle car. The vehicle is also packing the larger anti-roll bars, beefier bushings, heavy-duty bearings to increase lateral stiffness, a new counter-wound rear spring and matching control arm and so on.
The new Ford Shelby GT350 Mustang is coming with the continuously variable MagneRide dampers too, which can be automatically adjusted every 7 milliseconds and the car has also been fitted with upgraded brakes, with 394 mm / 380 mm discs front to rear, covered by the 19-inch cast aluminum alloy wheels, wrapped in Michelin Pilot Super Sport tires. Some of the features added to the cabin include the MyTouch Ford infotainment system, the 8-inch touch screen display and so on. Power to the muscle car is coming from a 5.2 liter naturally aspirated V8 engine, which is rated at 500 HP (373 kW) and 542 Nm (400 lb-ft) of torque.