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Ford Shelby Mustang GT350R specs
|Price in Europe||€54,000|
|Curb weight||1655 kg (3649 lbs)|
|Origin country||United States|
|Gas mileage||14.7-14.0 l/100 km (16-17 mpg US / 19-20 mpg UK)|
|0 - 30 mph||1.6 s|
|0 - 40 mph||2.3 s|
|0 - 50 mph||3.0 s|
|0 - 60 mph||3.9 s|
|0 - 70 mph||4.8 s|
|0 - 80 mph||5.9 s|
|0 - 90 mph||7.2 s|
|0 - 100 mph||8.5 s|
|Est. 1/8 mile||8.9 s @ 97.6 mph|
|1/4 mile||12.1 s @ 119.6 mph|
|0 - 60 kph||2.4 s|
|0 - 100 kph||4.5 s|
|0 - 120 kph||6.0 s|
|0 - 130 kph||6.9 s|
|0 - 140 kph||7.7 s|
|0 - 150 kph||8.4 s|
|0 - 160 kph||9.3 s|
|0 - 180 kph||11.6 s|
|0 - 200 kph||13.9 s|
|0 - 220 kph||18.8 s|
|1000 m||22.5 s @ 245.0 kph|
|Top speed||280 kph (174 mph)|
|Est. 0 - 100 mph - 0||15.7 s @ 1289 ft|
|Est. max acceleration||0.66 g (6 m/s²)|
|Lateral acceleration||1.10 g (11 m/s²)|
|Noise @ 50 kph||66 dB|
|Engine type||Flat-Crank Naturally Aspirated V8|
|Displacement||5.2 l (317 ci)|
|Power||533 ps (526 bhp / 392 kw) @ 7500 rpm|
|Torque||582 Nm (429 lb-ft) @ 4750 rpm|
|Power / liter||103 ps (101 hp)|
|Power / weight||322 ps (318 bhp) / t|
|Torque / weight||352 Nm (259 lb-ft) / t|
|Efficiency||37 PS per l/100 km|
|Power / €5000||49 ps|
|Layout||front engine, rear wheel drive|
|100 kph - 0||38 m (124 ft)|
|200 kph - 0||131 m (429 ft)|
|60 mph - 0||29 m (96 ft)|
|70 mph - 0||45 m (146 ft)|
|80 - 150 kph (5)||9.5 s|
|80 - 150 kph (6)||23.5 s|
|70 - 90 kph||5.9 s|
|70 - 120 kph||15.1 s|
|70 - 140 kph||21.9 s|
|Est. 100 - 140 kph||3.1 s|
|Est. 100 - 200 kph||9.6 s|
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Anonymous 11m ago
fakekillerfour 3y ago
Could you add power and torque: 526bhp @ 7500rpm, 429lb-ft @ 4750rpm
hostboy 4y ago
[2018 Ford Mustang Shelby GT350R] Motor Trend 7/2018 test results [published in "Ultimate Grand Tourers" page on this issue date]:
0-30 mph = 1.9 s
0-40 mph = 2.7 s
0-50 mph = 3.7 s
0-60 mph = 4.5 s
0-70 mph = 5.3 s
0-80 mph = 6.0 s
0-90 mph = 7.9 s
0-100 mph = 9.5 s
1/4-mile = 13.0 s / 123.0 mph
Figure-8 = 22.3 s / 1.14 g
Lateral acceleration = 0.96 g
Willow Springs = 82.75 s
Monolith29 4y ago
the gt350, gt350r and the new 18' stang gt are all underrated. the gt350r puts down 449 whp too 482 whp, the 449 i believe was motortrend or roadntrack while the 482 was done at hennessey's shop and dyno - they wanted to dyno it before they modded it as is the same with every hennessey
klfytfy 4y ago
SpeedExotics 4y ago
526 hp, 430 lb-ft
hostboy 5y ago
A LaFerrari doesn't compete with this. Hell, even a 488 will kick this car's ass.
hostboy 5y ago
Where's the curb weight?
Fastedee 5y ago
Wonder if the GT500 will keep the live axle that gave earlier versions such an amazing authentic character.
Fastedee 5y ago
Still a GT500 with the GT TT 650 bhp V6 and a 150-200bhp electric motor would be awesome. MT when testing the 918 compared the effect of an electric motor to nitrous. The GNX is a V6 more legendary than many V8's.
Inline 6 rules 5y ago
Power is 526 BHP, torque: 429lb-ft.
Weight: 3650 lb.
BR2+ 5y ago
Nah the 500 is coming, And with huge power, A 5.0+L Sc V8, No official output number yet, Some say as high as 850bhp, I dont think it will be THAT much, But will have more then the HellCat, And some sources say it may even have a TT V6, But ill be damned if that happens and will go raid Ford myself.
karl 5y ago
Just assumption. Since in 5th gen they only build GT500 as their top model but no GT350.
BR2+ 5y ago
....Why would you think they would stop at the 350?
karl 5y ago
Are they plan to build GT500 again or stop in GT350R as top model
saxy 5y ago
M4 spank a 350R? LOL
BR2+ 5y ago
Thats because its an amazing car thats getting amazing reviews, Plus its still new and reminiscent of the past of the great muscle era, SO of course its gonna get a mark up, Which new n awesome performance car doesnt, And please tell me how an M4 would spank this in every way?..
Raffi 5y ago
I will never know how good is a mustang 350 R as they have a 50k mark up on them 140 plus for a mustang cdn. You can buy a m4 with the competition pkg that would spank the mustang in every witch way.
JasonM 5y ago
2016 Ford Mustang Shelby GT350R vs. 2015 Chevrolet Camaro Z/28 - Head 2 Head Ep. 71
As a reminder.
Cheers and enjoy ;)
JamesL 5y ago
@BR2+ We are talking about street legal car right? I still can't think of any practical mods for the Z28. Without major powertrain and suspension mods, I believe Z28 is as extreme as it is. Yes, you can further lighten the car by moding the interior and lighter chassis component, maybe a carbon fiber driveshaft as well. But hey, GT350 can also do the same, but with much more mods. Anyway, if you want to do track only, GT350 may be the better choice. The track part for Mustang is easier to find than Camaro. Back to tires, I doubt that you try the tires yourself. information on forum can be deceiving. Most people just can't drive to the limit to notice the difference in tires, and don't even talk about slip angle and characteristic of tires. One of my buddy was struggling with his lap time. He ran re71r for the few months and lap time can't improve, so he blamed the tires like most people did and got a new set of cup2. Guess what, he ain't get any faster And their is another friend, who used trofeo r for his c7, ruined it by not knowing how to drive it properly, understeer the crap out of the front tires. From my own experience and experience from real track people, trofeo r is just that much faster than cup2. At gingerman and grattan raceway, I see around 1.5 and 1 second improvement on trofeo r depend on cars. And I just found a test on youtube as well, should be referential even it's an ad. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rrLQpAt5Mes
saxy 6y ago
Previous comparisons put the trofeo R very high but people forget about tire size, which is equally important for mechanical grip. The gt350r front tires are like 305s? I'd hate to do a U turn in this car but those monster tires won't be much less than those on the z28
BR2+ 6y ago
Isnt much to improve? Theres a shite load to improve, There isnt a single car on this planet that couldnt improve exponentially, And The age old discussion about Trofeos be that much more better for the track, Is actually ALOT closer then you think.
JamesL 6y ago
Z28 has way better brake and tires. Trofeo R is way faster than Cup 2. Such tires combo with CCB is some serious s**t. Most importantly, there isn't much to improve with this gen's Z28. On the other hand, GT350R has way much more potential, and laps time prove that. Yes, next gen's Z28 will crush ever opponent when it comes out. But as always, mustang's chassis is still the best choice for guys that mod their car and go to track.
Leviathan18 6y ago
H2H faster by more than a second than them z/28
BR2+ 7y ago
I dunno, But again maybe its handling qualities are just that much better, Maybe its suspension is just honed better for the track, Maybe its brakes are better, Even the littles improvement on a section can mean a major gain. I dont see it being that much faster or any at all either, But i just cant say, Nothing about this but driver reviews is out, But 200lbs less weight, Which is prolly more like 300lbs given the 5.0 is 93lbs lighter then the last. Maybe in this car the driver confidence is just that much better and less scary that your able to push the car harder, Brake sooner, Go faster in top speeds, Push it harder thru the corners, I dunno.
And againg, WHen it comes to Ring times theres a ton of variables, Driver, Time, Setup, Motive etc Prolly insurance too, I also dont know what the aero part of the GT350R is capable of, But it produces more downforce then any Ford ever has excluding the new GT, The most track focused mustang ever, Hell the Boss 302 was on par with an M3 GTS, And this represents much more then the previous, Again, I dunno if itll be faster, But in this day and age, What may seem faster...Isnt always the case, Just ask the ZO6 and GTR...
CoolShirtGuy 7y ago
That's just it, though. Consider what EVERY review of the Z28 has said about it. In the handling department, it doesn't get much better than that for a RWD car, in any class, at any price point. I mean really, Motor Trend had it as their Best Driver's Car last year. I just don't see anything that would justify the 350R being more than a second or two(if that)faster around any track, the 'Ring included. The 350R's only on-paper advantages are 10mm wider rear tires, 21 more horsepower and 200lbs less weight. We don't know what the aero package does for it, but I can't imagine it's any better than the Z28, so let's call that a wash. We don't know the weight distribution, either, but they Z's is 52/48, and I doubt the 350R is beating that by much, if at all. But we do know about the brakes, and the 350R would be lucky to be the Z's equal there. The Z's brakes were so powerful that they spun the tires completely around the wheels when GM was testing the car. Brakes literally do not get better than what the Z28 has, even in million-dollar cars. The Z also has larger brakes in the rear, 15.4 inches to the 350R's 14.9(though I think they round up to 15), and they're identical up front at 15.5in. And then there's the suspension. Magneride is a GM invention to begin with, and if it was superior to the Z28's F1-style suspension, GM would've used it.
Even at the 'Ring, a 5+sec gap represents two completely different classes of car, and I don't see anything supporting that right now.
BR2+ 7y ago
I dont know how many they have done, But lapping the car, Then having "record" or "rival" attempts would be different, They go round the ring and tweak there car for the best setting feel, Liquids and what not, But the number of actual attempts are limited, Specially if there gonna push it, Given the driver.
I also dont see much difference in it being that fast, But the overall handling quality may be much better, Gives you more confidence to push the car both in high speeds and round corners, And the brakes just may be better, Theres no way in hell it will be slower in acceleration, So that can make up a few, As far as the handling goes, I dunno, The Z/28 is as fast as a GT3 round a track, Anywhere between a half second to 2s, And look at how far apart there Ring times are for those 2, So, It being the Nordeschliefe, The times will vary, Although i cant say for other tracks.
CoolShirtGuy 7y ago
But more to the point, look at other cars on the list that could be considered direct performance competitors, or "Rivals". Those cars are often have just a few tenths of a second separating them, or at the most a couple full seconds. The 350R's alleged time is up there with the 911 Turbo S, and there are FAR more differences between the 911 Turbo S and the Z28, than there are between the Z28 and the 350R. I'm just not buying it, as there's nothing I can see that justifies a 5sec ass-kicking.
CoolShirtGuy 7y ago
Actually, it's said that Jim Mero alone has done well over 1000 laps at the 'Ring, and that was back when the ZR1 was doing its thing, so who knows how many he's done at this point. Between Chevy and Cadillac, GM used to practically live there; I believe they're the only American company to have their own on-site garage at the 'Ring. So they don't do the minimum of anything. On the day the lap is done there may only be a handful of attempts, but before that there are dozens, maybe even hundreds.