We are only allowed to use figures found by magazines or manufacturers. Third party times with slicks or drag radials aren't allowed.
Also, they don't have ford's land-yacht sedans in the states. So no, I haven't seen them run personally. I'm going solely based on figures reported by others.
And a 3800lb 420hp sedan is not running 12's on the dinky tires that Ford offers them.
If you can provide a figure announced by Ford or a reputable car editorial of a 12 second time, then do so. Otherwise, my statement stands.
Motor magazine got a shitty 13.4 out of the car because its tires are crap. An IRS, skinny little tires, and all that heft won't cut the 60' the car needs in stock trim to run high 12's, let alone mid 12's.
Maybe a third party driver could run a high 12 at a negative DA, but I don't know of any official claims of such a time. If we used this logic, the new mustang would be a low 12 second car on here. But it isn't. Get over it.