Touted as a “Ferrari Fighter”, the Falcon F7 is a 2-door American supercar built on a lightweight monocoque chassis using a blend of aluminum, carbon fiber, and kevlar. Powering this beast is a Lingenfelter-sourced V8 that generates 1,100hp, mated to a 6-speed dual clutch transmission, enabling it to sprint from 0-60 mph in just 2.7-seconds, with a top speed of 200mph. Continue reading for a special “How It’s Made” episode featuring this car, more pictures and additional information.
“Of course that much power requires equally impressive stopping power, which is why Falcon opted for oversized Brembo carbon ceramic brakes on all four corners. Inside the cockpit a handcrafted leather interior surrounds you, while an in-dash iPad mini offers up complete control of your music, and a removable targa roof lets you shed the top during those beautiful summer nights. This American supercar carries a sticker price of $195,000 [starting base model],” reports HiConsumption.