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2005 Ford Shelby GR1 Concept


Automotive history Concept Cars That Never Made The Cut: Ford Shelby GR-1 by Simon Hucknall 22 May 2023 3 min read Share Leave comment Photos: Ford There is a link between Ford's 2004 Shelby GR-1 concept and today's national speed limit. How so?

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Blending the Advanced Powertrain team's work with elements from the 4.6 liter, 4-valve V-8 used in the '04 Mustang Mach 1, the resultant Ford Shelby Cobra concept engine has 10 cylinders and is.

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Powering Shelby Cobra Daisy is a 6.4-litre V10 that develops 605 bhp. It's one of the four specialty V10 engines created by Ford specifically for this car. Chris Theodore, former Ford VP of Product Development, is the current owner of the car who purchased it in 2017 from a charity auction then had it restored to running form via Technosports.

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The Ford Shelby GR-1 is a high performance concept car developed and manufactured by Ford. It was first introduced to the public at the 2004 Pebble Beach Concours d'Elegance as a clay model. A fully functional concept was revealed at the 2005 North American International Auto Show.

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The Ford Shelby GR-1 is mostly made up from familiar parts. A majority of the chassis originates from the Ford Shelby Cobra Concept. The GR-1 sports a 6.4-liter Modular Prototype V10 engine with a six-speed manual transmission. According to Ford, the engine produces an impressive 605 horsepower, and 501 lb ft of torque.

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However, we anticipate that the MSRP of the Shelby GR-1 to be from $250,000 with a 750+HP Ford Drivetrain. The Shelby GR1 is planned to be available in either Aluminum or Carbon Fiber. Status as of August 8th, 2021 Superformance continues to Champion H.R.2675 - Low Volume Motor Vehicle Manufacturers Act of 2015.

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There is a link between Ford's 2004 Shelby GR-1 concept and Britain's national speed limit. How so? Well, the original design was inspired by Shelby's take on AC Cars' Cobra Coupe, the very model that in 1964 racing driver Jack Sears tested to 185mph on the M1 motorway, making front-page news, and—allegedly—prompting the government to introduce a 70mph limit three years later.

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2005 Ford Shelby GR-1. Media Platforms Design Team. The last time the concept crossed the auction block in 2011, it sold for just $82,500. Show cars like the GR-1 are no oddity, though. Each major.

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Blending the Advanced Powertrain team's work with elements from the 4.6-liter, 4-valve V-8 used in the 2004 Mustang Mach 1, the resultant Ford Shelby Cobra concept engine has 10 cylinders and is bored and stroked for a 6.4-liter displacement, or about 390 cubic inches. It produces 605 horsepower at 6,750 rpm and 501 foot-pounds of torque at.

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Inspired by the biggest, baddest Cobra of all - the renowned 427 - Ford engineers created a new aluminum-block V-10 to power the Ford Shelby Cobra concept. This 6.4-liter engine, adapted from Ford's MOD family, delivers the rush of raw power associated with that big 1960s V-8 monster - with 605 horsepower and 501 foot-pounds of torque.

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The Shelby GR-1 concept establishes itself as one of the most contemporary and dramatic front-engine, two-seat, fastback supercars. This running prototype impresses with a 605-horsepower, 390-cubic-inch all-aluminum V-10 engine, a road-tested version of the Ford GT suspension and a stunning new polished-aluminum body.

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A Prototype Masquerading as a Concept Car As we mentioned in our first report of the impending auction, the Ford Shelby Cobra Concept, known as "Project Daisy" at the time, was conceived as.

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Whether Superformance will be able to call it by the concept's original name, Ford Shelby GR-1, or whether it will get a moniker such as Shelby Legendary GR-1 or just Shelby GR-1, is still an open.

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With the Ford Shelby Cobra concept from 2004 headed to auction, we dug up our drive of Ford's awesome ode to Carroll Shelby's original Cobra, which we originally published on January 24,.

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The Ford Shelby Cobra is a concept car that Ford unveiled at the 2004 North American International Auto Show in Detroit, Michigan. The Shelby Cobra concept is a roadster inspired by the original AC Cobra that AC Cars developed in 1961. Development and design

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Right-hand-drive Shelby Cobras on sale in UK Retailer Clive Sutton opens orders for Shelby-licenced continuation and replica versions of V8-powered icon, priced from £123,950