2020 Ford Mustang Cobra Concept Renderings
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2020 Ford Mustang Cobra Concept Renderings
Ford has managed to brilliantly hide the new Ford Mustang Shelby GT500 in sight until now, with prototypes of the ‘Stang’ mask that has our keept on the bay using heavy camo for some time. However, it seems (at least someone on) Blue Oval is ready to change it. We’re talking about a more or less planned leak.
If the details on display here are true (that’s right, you should not forget the mandatory salt grain), that means new arrivals will pack the supercharged 5.2 liter V8. At least this is what we can see in what should be the list of recommended oil documents for the service center.
Predator This is the alleged codename of the new machine. The factory to be built from Voodoo blocks of the same size as the GT350, can pack a flat crank like the streetcar or may come with a cross-plane crank like the Mustang GT4 racing SUV that currently competes in the 2017 Continental Tire Challenge Tennis Car.
Given the big Three Horsepower war currently involved, we should expect a new powerplant to produce at least 650 hp, but this is a conservative figure. Even so, the explosive 5.2-liter engine info denied rumors about a naturally aspirated 7.0-liter motor or switched to a twin-turbo setup.
The leak, which emerged through the Mustang6G forum, also brought a photo that seemed to show the blower packing a horrible Cobra badge. There is also a third part of this puzzle, which gives what should be the main muscle hardware muscle (Brembo calipers and slotted rotors are on the menu).
Back to the paper service mentioned above, entitled “2020 MY North Vehicle Oil Oil Program”, we will mention that this also talks about the GT350 5.2L. Since Voodoo carriers have not received a chassis or a visual update for the 2018MY mid-cycle overhaul of the pony, we can not wait to see what Ford Performance is planning for a naturally aspirated engine.
The rumor factory talks about the GT350 which receives a dual-clutch tranny in addition to its six-speed manual, which will differentiate the special line of the Mustang GT, which can now be ordered with a ten-speed auto – do not call this slushbox though, since the Performance Package I-car is already proven can beat the retired GT350 to 60 mph.
2020 Ford Mustang Cobra Engine Specs
The 2020 Mustang Shelby GT500 pictured here seems to have started life as a Mustang Cobra before inheriting the Hannibal Lecter skin mask. Camouflage hides a new front end that is optimized to feed air on the differentiated features of the GT500, the twin-turbocharged V-8. The clue that this Mustang is not commonly sown on the front end. Check the zippered panel above the grille, at the front end of the hood. It’s obvious that part can be removed, which usually happens when the cooling vents are hiding under the camouflage manufacturer. Both the GT Mustang and GT350 have an opening there (GT350 has extractor ventilation farther from the hood, but facing backwards), and the lower fascia looks unique. Look closely: The diagonal spare that separates the lower air intake from the sloped backward brake cooling channel tilts outward, while the same piece on the GT350 is facing the opposite direction. This gives a lower intake as an inverted coral shape that reflects the right side coral shape of the iconic Mustang grille. Students of history will note that the face of the outgoing Mustang Cobra features the same style. And is that the intercooler we see there?
Powertrain: All but guaranteed that Ford will complement the Mustang Cobra with a twin-turbocharged V-8 engine, as the supercharging (used on GT500 out) does not match the company’s forced EcoBoost induction strategy. But the question remains whether the V-8 car maker will use it. The 5.0-liter Mustang GT Coyote V-8 seems to be the same as the GT350’s 5.2-liter Voodoo engine, which is a light-modified and light-free Coyote with a flat-plane crankshaft. Both machines have a high compression ratio that may need to be lowered for forced induction. In order to fit the Ford EcoBoost brand, which is assigned to turbocharged direct-injection powerplants, the engine will need to switch from port injection to direct fuel injection.
We think that Voodoo turbocharging is a more logical route for Ford to take. In its naturally aspirated form, the 5.2-liter V-8 is special; strap two turbos to the sides, and should give the extra dose of difference in demands of the pricier and more exclusive GT500 model. Using Voodoo V-8 for other models will also help Ford amortize the cost of developing a machine with a larger economic scale to date, Voodoo is only available on the GT350 and is not beyond the realm of the possibility of Ford entering the V-8 twin to the F- 150 second-generation Raptor as a step forward from the twin-turbocharged V-6 standard. Regardless of where the V-8 Ford decides to push between the front GT500 fenders, it will likely be terrific and should eclipse the old 6600 hp GT500’s rating with ease. Expect the manual transmission to be standard, while the 10-speed automatic Chevrolet used for the ZL1, a transmission developed with Ford, will be an option.
Competition from Mustang Cobra are: Chevrolet Camaro ZL1, Dodge Challenger SRT Hellcat.
2020 Ford Mustang Cobra Release date and Price
Estimated Arrival and Price: Look for the Mustang Cobra (Shelby GT500) to debut at a car show late next year or early 2019 before going on sale in 2019 as a 2020 model. The price, presumably, will be richer than the Shelby GT350 and GT350R, which means somewhere north of $ 65,000.