New models - FPV - GT - BF range
High performance FPV offerings come of age
Bigger engines, wheels and go-fast additions make the latest FPV offerings stand out
20 Oct 2005
FORD’S muscular FPV division has gained a little more edge.
The company’s designers have given its range a more defined visual presence that provides greater differentiation between the Boss 290 V8 and F6 270.
There are new front bumpers on all models with a race-inspired lip surrounding a larger lower air intake with new driving lights.
This design form is replicated in the rear bumpers of the sedans.
All Boss 290 vehicles receive 19-inch alloys, while the GT and GT-P gain twin exhausts.
In a move that is reminiscent of the classic GTs of the 1960s and 1970s, both the GT and GT-P have their badges in the upper air intake within the front bumper.
The F6 Typhoon and F6 Tornado also take up an aggressive new look with a Technik grille mesh and distinctive styling cues, while across-the-board interior upgrades keep the six FPV offerings fresh.
A six-speed ZF automatic is now offered.
Prices start at $52,780 for the F6 Tornado.
The F6 Typhoon is $59,810, Pursuit $54,170, Super Pursuit $59,200, GT $62,210 and GT-P $70,410.
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