The new Ford GT has just been upgraded by the folks from Matech to be a real racer. Dubbed the 2010 Matech GT1, “the car is completely new. Not a single element, be it the engine, the transmission system, the suspension or aerodynamics are the same as those of the Ford GT1 from 2009. The roll-out was very promising, and we are confident with regard the forthcoming season.” Looks sharp, isn’t it?
GeigerCars have been working on a high-end performance package for the Ford GT which they released to the public. Dubbed Geiger HP 790 it includes a variety of goodies such as a 4.0-liter compressor (which, compared to the 2.3-liter original one should give you quite a boost) a high-grade air filter for sports cars or fine tune-ups to the engine electronic systems. All these changes help the Ford GT Geiger HP 790 output an astounding 790 horsepower, helping it pelt from 0 to 100 km/h in just 3.6 seconds. On top of these all, the car also got a lowered (6cm) suspension, a new exhaust system, and custom rims with Dunlop SP Sport Maxx tires.