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Ferrari 499P Le Mans Hypercar Breaks Cover With Twin-Turbo V6

Ferrari 499P Le Mans Hypercar Breaks Cover With Twin-Turbo V6 Ferrari 499P Le Mans Hypercar Breaks Cover With Twin-Turbo V6 Ferrari has taken the wraps off its new Le Mans Hypercar set to contend one year from now in the FIA World Perseverance Title (WEC). The crew from Maranello has picked the "499P" name to repeat the terminology it's been utilizing for quite a long time. "499" alludes to the limit in cubic centimeters of every chamber while the "P" addresses model. At the core of the electric machine is a 3.0-liter V6 with a couple of turbochargers. Albeit the six-chamber factory has a similar 120-degree design as the motor utilized by the 296 GTB/GT3. Driving the plan and improvement of the Ferrari Attivita Playful GT sportscar dashing division, Ferdinando Cannizzo said the motor is basically unique and the V6 was picked for being lightweight and minimized. Ferrari 499P Le Mans Hypercar Breaks Cover With Twin-Turbo V6 The mid-back ignition motor

2023 Ford Bronco DR Is A V8-Powered

2023 Ford Bronco DR Is A V8-Powered

Ford will assemble a couple of these for individuals who need a wild Bronco with V8 power and the capacity to overcome sand hills in a solitary bound. 

2023 Ford Bronco DR Is A V8-Powered
2023 Ford Bronco DR Is A V8-Powered

Ford isn't prepared to totally let the cat out of the bag on this crazy wilderness romper, however where you'd ordinarily find a supported motor with one or the other four or six chambers, the Bronco DR packs a 5.0-liter V8 making "in any event" 400 drive (298 kilowatts). It gets to the ground through a 10-speed programmed transmission acquired from the Ford F-150.

2023 Ford Bronco DR Is A V8-Powered
2023 Ford Bronco DR Is A V8-Powered

To deal with high velocity trips outside of what might be expected, Ford went to Muiltimatic for DSSV Dampers with 80-millimeter bodies and Multimatic-planned billet aluminum lower control arms. At the end of the day, Ford expects the Bronco DR to have 55.1 percent more suspension travel toward the front and 58.6 percent more in the back contrasted with a stock Bronco Badlands. That means 15.8 creeps in front and 17.4 crawls at the back, giving the Bronco DR a 47-degree approach point, 37-degree flight point, and a 33-degree breakover point. 

2023 Ford Bronco DR Is A V8-Powered
2023 Ford Bronco DR Is A V8-Powered

Influence and suspension aren't much without tires, and the DR rides on large 37-inch Mud-Terrain tires from BFGoodrich. Beadlock wheels keep the tires set up on the wheels, and with a front track of 73.7 inches and a back track of 73.3 inches, the Bronco DR expects to keep itself consistent at speed.

2023 Ford Bronco DR Is A V8-Powered
2023 Ford Bronco DR Is A V8-Powered

As you'd expect with a devoted race vehicle, you're not going to move inside and find a group of common luxuries. You will track down a full security confine with a couple of dashing seats and a Motec C187 show, alongside different information obtaining gear. However it's based on a standard Bronco four-entryway outline, the back is involved by different things, not the least of which being extra cooling frameworks and a regular extra tire. A 65-gallon gas tank is beneath all of that, and to assist with easing the burden, all the body boards are fiberglass. All things considered, this Baja-slamming Bronco weighs in at 6,200 pounds. 

2023 Ford Bronco DR Is A V8-Powered
2023 Ford Bronco DR Is A V8-Powered

What's more, slam Baja it will, or rather, that is the arrangement. Passage will run the Bronco DR in the 2022 Baja 1000, yet this time around, the automaker needs to share the adoration. 50 Bronco DRs are gotten ready for creation in late 2022, each planned for rough terrain utilize just and each estimated some place in the mid-$200,000 territory.

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