Ford Australia has announced that owners of the Ford Mustang can now order Ford Performance upgrades direct from their dealer.
There are a lot of talented artist’s in Australia.
Ford Australia and in particular the Ford Design Melbourne and its staff are home to a lot of that talent.
So recently a exhibition was created to showcase this talent, it was called Outside the Oval and it featured work by the talented staff and was also run to raise money for charity.
It was held at the 1000 £ Bend Studio in the Melbourne CBD over the weekend of October 4th & 5th 2014.
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Ford Australia have today announced that they willcease Australian production of the Falcon, Territory and Ute at the end of October 2016.
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Great to hear that things with Ford Performance Racing will not change with today’s Ford Australia & Ford Performance Vehicles announcement.
Should only mean great things for FPR with Prodrive now focusing more of their efforts on the race team.
The full release from FPR is after the jump
News came through today that Ford Australia & Prodrive have come to an agreement on the future of Ford Performance Vehicles (FPV).
Ford Australia will take back full control of FPV and will bring all control of the brand back in under the direction of Ford Australia.
The sad news is that they will be closing down the current FPV engine production and assembly plant and it will also mean the loss of 32 jobs of the current FPV staff.
The good news is that this will secure the future of the FPV brand in Australia and could also mean the possibility of FPV badge making its way onto other Ford products.
The full release on the announcement is after the jump
At a time when the future of Ford Australia is up in the air it is good to see Ford Performance Vehicles (FPV) today release it’s most explosive GT model to date.
The new GT RSPEC Limited edition will be available in sedan and ute versions.
This new model follows on from the 125 limited edition GT Black editions that were released 12 months ago. That model was created after the amount of positive feedback received by FPV from their Concept that was shown as last year’s International Motor show.
FPV has spent 18 months developing this new version which will feature the “Miami” 335kw based Supercharged engine.
The new GT RSPEC, was developed to improve the GT’s performance on the racetrack and for it to become the best performing GT ever. The team at FPV wanted to offer more agile handerling and better traction.
In order to do this significant work had to be done on the suspension, instead of just adding a few go fast parts.
The team did significant work on upgrading and tuning the GT’s current suspension, both in the front and rear. Larger tyres and wheels have been fitted to improved cornerning grip.
For the first time ever Launch Control has been fitted and will be available on both manual and automatic models.
The new “C” strip featured on the side of the cars is inspired by the 1969 Boss Mustang.
This limited edition range of GT RSPEC will be limited to a run of just 350 units. 175 of those will be the “Hero” Silhouette (Black) with Vixen (Red) accents. The remaining 175 units will be in a mix of Winter White, Vixen and Kinetic Blue all with the Silhouette (Black) accents.
The NSW Police has already ordered one of the Winter White versions to use on patrol.
FPV also announced today that there will be releasing a limited edition Ute model.
The “Pursuit” Ute will be limited to just 75 units and will be only available in Silhouette (Black) with Vixen (Red) “C” strip accents. It will be the smallest ever limited run off ute models FPV have done.
For the full details as to exact specifications see the full press releases and more images after the jump