Ford just released a third teaser video for a new performance car that it will unveil on November 17.
The company hasn’t confirmed what the car being teased is, but the engine noise at the end of the clip sounds like a V8. That is causing speculation that the car Ford promises to unveil next Monday is the hotly anticipated Mustang GT 350 powered by a 5.2-liter naturally aspirated V8 with a flat-plane crankshaft.
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Without explicitly admitting what the car is, Ford product development boss Raj Nair says in the video that it is “extremely free revving,” which is one of the most important attributes a flat plane crank would bring to the car.
The company hints in the latest clip that the car in question, whatever it is, will use lightweight material by showing a close cropped image of a “carbon fiber” label. Nair also says in the video that the car is track focused and focused on being light.
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