The 1,100-HP Falcon F7 Is the Next All-American Supercar

This 200-mph beast is made right here in Michigan.
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Falcon F7

Jeff Lemke, CEO of Falcon Motorsports, decided that supercars should be built in Michigan, and not just foreign places with exotic-sounding names, so he launched the Falcon F7, a mid-engined two-seater packing an 1100-horsepower twin-turbo V8.

The F7 has an all-carbon fiber body atop an aluminum/carbon fiber chassis that employs racecar-style pushrod suspension with Penske racing shock absorbers.

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Using all these lightweight materials keeps the weight down to just 2,850 lbs., which is about the same as a new Honda Civic. But with an extra 900-plus horsepower, which Falcon says translates to a 2.7-second 0-60 mph time and a top speed of more than 200 mph.

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And while foreign exotics have mostly abandoned it, the F7 retains the traditional H-pattern manual transmission so beloved by enthusiast drivers.

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Falcon began hand-building F7s for customers in 2012, but thanks to its success as a boutique manufacturer, the company is growing into a new production facility where it will build a further refined car with an upgraded drivetrain and suspension, for even more stupendous performance.

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You won't even have to go overseas to take delivery from the factory. Just head to Michigan, home of America's supercars.