Ford Mustang Shelby GT500 (2013)

 
  
CARBARN | Ford Mustang Shelby GT500 (2013) | Design improvements for 2013 include all new signature lighting with two LED bars that draw attention to the front and rear axle. The 2013 Shelby GT500 offers two new sets of forged aluminum wheels, including one wheel for vehicles with optional packages. 2 tires in all configurations: The 19-inch front and 20 inch rear wheels with Goodyear Eagle F1 Supercar coupled G ®. The official launch of the SVT came during the Chicago Auto Show 1992 with the launch of the 1993 SVT Mustang Cobra and SVT Lightning F-150. The result is a car that feels more secure and monitored more planted on the road at high speeds. A new front splitter and painted black upper and lower grill unit heaters that expose functional style changes to the Shelby GT500. The exposed radiator helps channel air and to cool the internal components of transport systems. The splitter helps create greater downforce when the car reaches speeds.


Engineers face competing objectives of speed, performance track, refrigeration and fuel consumption, and worked to balance the needs are met. To reduce lift, upper and lower front grille team redesigned and developed an integrated air dam. At the rear, a high Gurney flap helps reduce lift. The new Shelby GT500 driving dynamics have been reworked, now working with Goodyear tires. Handling all previously available AdvanceTrac ® traction control settings and unique electronic stability control to help the driver achieve maximum performance, whether on the street or track. Among the sports mode, the driver, their cars too much pressure on the track completely disable security systems and allows a more aggressive driving, before engaging the traction control systems and electronic stability control.


The upgraded Brembo brake system complements the other changes to the 2013 Shelby GT500 to control and fade-free stops in the street and race situations. The new system has more than 380 mm rotors. High technology, user-friendly control system launch is part of the new functionality in the Shelby GT500. Sometimes clients want to enjoy Ford Shelby GT500 their cars on the road surface. At The adjustable shocks, we developed our car on the track without compromise," said Kerry Baldori, global performance vehicles Ford SVT chief engineer. Normal mode offers customers a comfortable ride over bumps. Sport mode it comes to performance and offers improved response time on the track, and less body roll in cornering and braking field. A Torsen limited slip differential ® also comes with the performance package, the rear suspension deliver torque and traction in the harshest conditions on the track helps. The monotube shocks is the main driver of fade-free performance for some hot laps long. The Torsen limited-slip differential, with a bias ratio of 2.8:1 rear suspension helps provide traction torque and torque under demanding conditions on the track to be found. 


Enthusiasts to upgrade their performance package with a package of additional track for all-out performance track. The option is an external oil cooler engine, rear differential cooler and transmission cooler for added durability. The cooling system circulates air from an area of stagnation of high pressure with a low impact and pull up. Refrigerators play a vital role in preventing overheating of the critical components in high speed. "The standard cooling systems are more than enough for spirited driving, but for avid rider or track-day enthusiasts, we have provided an update package cooling," said Albers. SVT engineering to make the Coupe with the package completely dedicated to track performance track-focused. This meant that the suspension is a superior control at high speed turns and dives. The 2013 Shelby GT500 also updated to provide cluster resources, drivers have more information. 


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