Shelby GT500 SVT Convertible 2010 Stylish Sport – Shelby GT500 SVT Convertible 2010 comes with a supercharged 5.4 liter V-8 engine and intercooler, which can generate 540 hp and 510 lb.-ft. torque. That’s over 40 pounds and 30 lb.-ft. The SVT team continues to push the performance standards of the Shelby to even higher levels and better refinement.
Power flows to the rear wheels through a 6-speed manual transmission with an enhanced double disk clutch. SVT has a nice, crisp, short shifter that is easy to carry from gear to tooth, “so the copper-and-fiberglass clutch discs are thicker for 2010. The new 3.55 final drive ratio results in faster acceleration in gears 1 through 4 and, in combination with tooth changes for gears 5 and 6, better fuel savings on the road, according to the company.
Shelby GT500 SVT Convertible 2010 has also made suspension modifications for better driving dynamics. Ford said the spring and damper Ford Shelby GT500 2010 is optimized to produce better roll control for more confident, spinning and accelerated braking. Steering shaft is also harder.
It will not be hard to find the Shelby GT500 SVT Convertible 2010. The wide racing lines that run from front to back are giveaway off, and fans will note that the lines are now available in convertibles as well as coupes. Beyond that, the Shelby GT500 SVT Convertible 2010 has a unique front end, flush-fit aluminum hood with functional air extractor, special wrought aluminum wheel, adjustable “Gurney Flap” rear spoiler to provide additional downforce, and cobra badges on the grille, front and rear fenders.
Cobra badges also adorn the steering wheel. Other interior modifications include full leather seats with Alcantara inserts, Alcantara trim steering wheels, trim dimpled front trim with “GT500” written on passenger dashboard panels, Satin Liquid Chrome accents, and classic white shift buttons.
Ford is working to reduce the noise, vibration and hardness of the Shelby GT500, but without modifying warning signs and exhausts of the car’s supercharger, the company said. The result, according to Ford, is a smoother sound that goes into the cabin. Ford also muffled the interior a bit through aerodynamic improvements that also resulted in an additional 2 mpg while sailing on the highway. To achieve this, Ford paid special attention to the design of the new Shelby GT500 SVT 2010 front frieze and grille, redesigned the front splitter, sealed the undercarriage component selection to smooth the airflow underneath the car, and added a lower pull-back spoiler.
Shelby GT500 has four: dual front and dual side-impact air bags for front passengers. The GT500 also comes standard with Ford AdvanceTrac stability and traction control systems. In Shelby, the system offers three modes: Active, Sports, and Off. In Sport mode, the system allows additional wheelpin and sliding vehicles so the driver can explore the larger handling limits without the complete loss of the AdvanceTrac safety net.
Shelby GT500 SVT Convertible 2010 Stylish Sport