Ford’s Team Fordzilla esports unveiled their P1 hypercar concept at this year’s Gamescom event. It was designed by Ford designers and members of the gaming community. Gamers were able to have the final say on several design elements, including seat position, cockpit style and even the drivetrain, before Ford designers made their suggestions into a virtual concept.
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The Mercury Cougar is classified as a “sports luxury coupe”, or “pony car,” and the seventh-generation model was manufactured by Mercury alongside the Ford Mustang for quite a while, all the way up until 1997. After that, Mercury started production on their Mondeo-based Cougar. Abimelec Design created a 2021 Mercury Cougar concept based on the current Mustang, and can be thought of as a Continental, but with 2 less doors.
Mil-Spec Automotive specializes in bespoke handmade H1 trucks for auto enthusiasts looking to tackle the toughest obstacles, and their latest project is definitely no slouch. They took a new Ford F-150 and turned it into a 500-horsepower 5.0L V8 beast, courtesy of a performance package specially engineered to overcome just about any obstacle.
Hennessey Performance Engineering (HPE) has revealed their beastly F-150 in the form of the Venom 775 Supercharged Truck. The team converted a factory 5.0L Coyote F-150 into a beastly muscle car fighter ready to tackle any terrain. They boosted the factory 395 horsepower engine to 775 horsepower, thanks to a 2.9L supercharger system, complete with a Hennessey paint-matched Ram Air Hood.
Limited to just 250-units worldwide, the 2020 Shelby F-150 Super Snake Sport truck is a concept no more. It’s powered by a supercharged Ford 5.0-liter V8 engine generating 770 hp, enabling it to hit 60 mph in a mere 3.4-seconds, thus making it quicker than the Roush F-150 Nitemare, which is currently the world’s fastest production truck.