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Ford Performance Vehicles (FPV) has today revealed that its new F6 engine will produce 310kW, while the new Boss V8 engine will increase its power output to 315kW.
The new F6 will be powered by a high performance 4.0 litre Turbo charged DOHC 24 valve in-line 6 cylinder engine that produces an awesome 310 kW of power at 5500 RPM, and 565 Nm of torque between 1950 and 5200 RPM.
The new 5.4 litre Boss V8 engine also receives a substantial performance upgrade, producing 315 kW of power at 6500 RPM and 551 Nm of torque at 4750 RPM- an increase of 13 kW from the previous Boss 302 engine.
"After months of speculation, we're proud to officially confirm the power figures for our next generation of performance cars," General Manager, Ford Performance Vehicles, Rod Barrett said.
"After two years of testing and development we have two new engine variants that will deliver big performance."
The new F6 receives a whopping 40 kilowatt increase, making it one of the best high performance six-cylinder production cars on the market.
"The F6 is an amazing car with performance equal or better to many European sports cars, but at a fraction of the price." Barrett said.
"Those who enjoy taking their vehicles to track days are going to really benefit from this car."
To achieve the significant 40 kilowatt increase, FPV engineers strengthened the piston design and cranked up the boost. The larger intercooler is mounted in front of the radiator, with substantially reduced pressure drop across the intercooler which provides better airflow with no loss of boost capability.
"With the new Boss 315, our engineers broadened the torque curve, which consequently delivers better pick and drive at a lower rev range, as well as better get up and go from a standing start." Barrett said.
"As a result, the V8 powered cars feel lighter and more responsive."
The 310kW Turbo-charged 6 will power both the F6 and F6 Ute, while the 315kW Boss V8 will feature in the GT E, GT-P and GT sedans and Super Pursuit and Pursuit utes.
The Boss 315 badging will feature on the GT and GT-P's new-look power bulge and engine cover.
The F6 will carry F6 310 badging on the sides and rear of the sedan and ute, as well as the engine air cleaner box.
"The power upgrades are significant on both our V8 and F6 engines and they perfectly complement the aggressive styling of our new range."
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