Before purchasing a fast car, you need to know which are the 5 best Ford sports cars on the market. All are well built, fast, and sleek, but some are better than others. The automobile manufacturer has been building quality vehicles since 1903 and hit major success when they introduced the Ford Mustang model in 1964. Since then, other car companies have tried to unsuccessfully to compete.
2011 Ford Mustang V6. Mustang obviously is the top choice on the 5 best Ford sports cars list, but the 2011 Ford Mustang V6 is unique. This vehicle gets 30 miles per gallon on the highway and has a six-speed automatic transmission, making it speedy and fuel friendly. The car still looks good, too.
- 2005 Ford FPV GT-P. Next on the list of the 5 best Ford sports cars is the 2005 Ford FPV GT-P. Built with a V8 engine, twin exhaust system, and the fact that it can be upgraded to be turbo charged make it fast and powerful. This car was introduced at the 2005 Australian International Car Show.
2006 Ford GT Tungsten. Another one of the best Ford sports cars is the 2006 Ford GT Tungsten. This car was available for a short time in a limited edition silver to celebrate the 40th anniversary of the first Le Mans win with a Ford vehicle. This car is super fast with a top recorded speed of 205 miles per hour.
- 2010 Ford Shelby GT500. This vehicle is another one of the 5 best Ford sports cars because of its supercharged engine. The 2010 Ford Shelby GT500 is described by many as being a redesigned Mustang. It was unveiled at the Detroit 2009, making it one memorable car.
- 2006 Ford GTX1 Roadster. Last, but not least on the list of the 5 best Ford sports cars is the 2006 Ford GTX1 Roadster. This car is made with a supercharged V8 engine and is updated with an audio system that can play any computerized file, making it incredibly advanced at the time. It also has a sleek, race car type look that makes men open their wallets and women drool.
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