Falcon F7 American Supercar

If Bruce Wayne owned an American supercar turned crime-fighting machine, it would probably be the Falcon F7. This 2-door vehicle is built on a lightweight monocoque chassis using a blend of aluminum, carbon fiber, and kevlar for maximum durability. It’s powered by a Lingenfelter-built V8 producing 1,100 horsepower, mated to a 6-speed dual clutch transmission, which helps it sprint from 0-60 mph in a mere 2.7-seconds, while topping out at 200 miles per hour. Inside, you’ll find a handcrafted leather interior, complete with an in-dash iPad Mini that doubles as an entertainment control center. Continue reading for more pictures, two additional videos and information.

“The new car, called the F7, weighs just 2,800 pounds and rides on the same 105-inch wheelbase as Hall’s racers. Overall length is 174 inches, 3 inches longer than a Lamborghini Gallardo LP550-2, while the Falcon F7 rides 2 inches lower. The F7 is also 3 inches wider than the Gallardo, following the ages-old mantra in the Detroit car-building business of aiming toward ‘longer, lower and wider’ cars,” reports Edmunds.