AVRP Falcon XA 72

(avrp_falcon_xa_72) Mod
AVRP Falcon XA 72, skin 01
AVRP Falcon XA 72, skin 01
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AVRP Falcon XA 72, skin racing_miku_2012_0

The GT model was introduced as a performance variant of the Australian Ford Falcon XR series in 1967. They were also offered with the 1968 XT; 1969 XW, 1971 XY, 1972 XA, 1973 XB Falcon ranges. GT-HO ("Handling Option") versions were released with the XW and XY Falcon series, with were essentially further modified homologation specials for motor racing. An XA series HO was abandoned in the early stage of development due to public pressure in 1972 after an infamous newspaper campaign against excessive top speed.
In 1992, after a 16-year absence since the last model, the badge resurfaced with the GT 25th Anniversary model based EB II series Falcon, which was followed by a GT 30th Anniversary model in 1997. Both of these cars were developed by Tickford Vehicle Engineering (TVE), which then opted to instead establish the Ford Tickford Experience (FTE) brand as a more sophisticated alternative to high performance rival, Holden Special Vehicles (HSV), by marketing the "T series" based on the AU Falcon and Fairlane range.
From 2003, with Tickford bought out by Prodrive, FTE was replaced by the new owner's Ford Performance Vehicles (FPV) joint venture with Ford Australia. This change led to the GT badge becoming a permanent fixture of the Falcon range, with the aim of more closely competing against rival Holden's, HSV. FPV's operations ended in 2014, as part of Ford Australia's end of location production by 2016, with the launch of the last GT-F "351".

Setups

There are no setups for this car.

Sessions

This car has been used in 10 sessions.

Tyres

  • Slick Hard (H)
  • Slick Medium (M)
  • Slick Soft (S)
  • Slick SuperHard (SH)
  • Slick SuperSoft (SS)

Specs

  • Acceleration: N/A
  • BHP: 391 bhp
  • Power Ratio: 3.9 kg/hp
  • Top Speed: N/A
  • Torque: 561 Nm
  • Weight: 1525 kg

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