@ Fangio Man: You're right, the front profile reminds me of a C2 and C3 Corvette Stingray, and if you'll notice, the hood looks like the stinger hood Chevrolet used to put on a lot of their big block muscle cars, but that's a Ford engine under it.
Iso Grifo IR8 (Mk II) specs
|Curb weight||1590 kg (3505 lbs)|
|Dimensions||4.60 m (181 in) long, 1.77 m (70 in) wide, 1.23 m (48 in) high|
|Wheelbase||2.50 m (98 in)|
|Top speed||260 kph (162 mph)|
|Engine type||Ford Cleveland 351 90° V8, OHV, 16v|
|Displacement||5.8 l (351 ci / 5752 cc)|
|Power||330 ps (325 bhp / 242 kw) @ 5800 rpm|
|Torque||475 Nm (350 lb-ft) @ 3800 rpm|
|Power / liter||57 ps (57 hp)|
|Power / weight||207 ps (204 bhp) / t|
|Torque / weight||299 Nm (220 lb-ft) / t|
|Transmission||ZF 5 speed mmanual|
|Layout||front engine, rear wheel drive|
Grifo IR8 competition
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Shaggy 9y ago
Fangio Man 9y ago
You can see it is italian, but you can not deny its american gene.
Shaggy 9y ago
@ Mental: I think I know why, GM got rid of their 327 C.I. Chevrolet V8 in 1969 and their 427 C.I. engine in 1970. The 327 had no replacement, the 427 was stroked to 454 Cubic inches. Iso still should have gone with Chevrolet engines, There were still the 302, 350, 396, 400, 402, and 454, all very powerful.
Mental 9y ago
This model was a fail. Why did they change GM 327/427 engines to heavy, less powerful Ford Cleveland? This was the last model produced by Iso before they went bankruptcy.
Top speed - 260 kph - http://www.carfolio.com/specifications/models/car/?car=228569