The Falcon F7 is a new, all-American, supercar, which had its global debut last week at the 2012 North American International Auto Show. Its developers have recently revealed all its specifications and announced its price tag: $200,000 USD. The Falcon F7 is built upon an aluminum monocoque chassis, which has been after hundreds of hours spent on the track. The supercar features a carbon fiber body. Its structural tunnel, floor pan and firewall are also made of carbon. The Falcon F7 is powered by a 7.0-liter naturally aspirated engine, which is good for 620 hp. Taking into account that the Falcon F7 weighs
2,785 lbs. (~1,260 kg), we get a pretty decent power-to-weight ratio. So far, the 0-62 mph acceleration time and the Falcon F7’s top speed have not been announced.
Don’t think that the Falcon F7 is yet another stripped down racing machine. It comes with all the luxuries you would expect from an everyday vehicle. The equipment list of the Falcon F7 includes GPS navigation, Bluetooth and iPod connectivity, air conditioning and a premium audio system.
Check out the Falcon F7 video above.