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Ford puts the pedal down on performance … but not with electric drive technology right now

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At the North American International Auto Show (NAIAS) in Detroit this week, Ford delivered first proof of that focus with the reveal of the new Ford GT carbon-fiber supercar, as well as the new F-150 Raptor based on the new aluminum F-150 and the Shelby GT350R Mustang. Shelby GT350R Mustang. Weight reduction in pursuit of performance.

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Audi power-dense 2.5L TFSI engine with electric biturbo delivers 591 hp from 2,480 cc; 48V subsystem for the turbo

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By comparison: The new Ford Shelby GT 350 will feature a naturally aspirated 5.2L The 2014 Ford Shelby GT500 is powered by an aluminum 5.8-liter Turbochargers are typically driven by energy from the exhaust—i.e., engine delivering more than 500 hp (373 kW), or approximately 75 kW/L.

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Road Test: 2021 Ford Mustang EcoBoost Premium

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High-powered Mustang GT, Mach1 and Shelby GT500 versions are well-known, with the latter model pumping-out 760 pin-you-back-in-your-seat horsepower. came to life with a throaty note that would grumble and pop from the active valve performance exhaust system. Shelby GT500 $74,095. High-Performance Turbo Manual Transmission Fun.

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Ford Announces 2.0L EcoBoost Engine; First Production EcoBoost with TI-VCT

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TI-VCT varies the phase of the intake and exhaust cams independently for improved airflow through the engine, which delivers more torque while reducing average fuel consumption by up to 5%. 2010 Ford Mustang and Shelby GT500. engine, the first EcoBoost production engine to include the system. 2010 Ford Fusion and Fusion Hybrid.

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Ford / AVL study concludes mid-level ethanol blend attractive as a long-term future fuel for use in optimized engines in US

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Enrichment of the fuel mixture at high-speed, high-load conditions is currently used to reduce exhaust temperature to avoid damage to engine or emissions aftertreatment components. Thus, the benefit of increased CR enabled by increasing ethanol content is engine design specific. Reduced enrichment. Anderson, J., and Wallington, T., “An

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Team from GM, Ford, FCA reviews how to calculate engine efficiency benefits of high octane fuels

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Shelby, and William M. The knock resistance can also be influenced by the engine calibration as well as ambient conditions such as temperature, barometric pressure, and humidity. Higher octane fuel is a key enabler for improved efficiency based on current engine/vehicle design trends. —Leone et al. Leone, James E. Anderson, Richard S.

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Ford announces second member of EcoBoost family

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With the variable camshaft timing the intake and exhaust cams vary independently improving airflow through the engine. 2010 Ford Mustang and Shelby GT500. This in turn delivers more torque while slashing fuel consumption by around five per cent. New vehicle introductions for the 2010 model year include: 2010 Ford Taurus and Taurus SHO.

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