2011 Ford Shelby GT500 2dr Coupe (5.4L 8cyl S/C 6M)
The torque will have other drivers watching your rear end. The exhaust sound is almost perfect. Shifting is short-throw and accurate. Stiff suspension. Cornering is good, but not great. You must know how to handle the power, especially on wet pavement or fishtailing will become a way of life. Gas mileage better than I expected. The interior is seriously lacking when compared to the M5 I just traded.
Torque and exhaust.
For a tall driver, like myself, would like a telescoping wheel. Ford could spend some money on the interior styling. Isn't it time to transition from the single rear axle? Speed bumps are painful.
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