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Friday 14th October 2011


Ginetta G60 Unveiled At Silverstone

Wraps come off final production version of new Ginetta


Ginetta has unveiled the final production version of its new G60 road car, nee the F400/Farbio GTS, at Silverstone.

PH Ed Chris-R was on hand to take a few snaps, and to relay back to PH HQ the fact that there have been a few tweaks to the cosmetic details (which you can see in the pictures). He even managed to take a few snaps without girls in...

You can read more about the details of the new car in our previous story on the new Ginetta G60, or peruse the finer details of the car's tech spec below









G60 SPEC:
Engine – 3.7 litre Ford Cyclone V6
Location – Mid-rear transverse

CO2 - TBC
Power – 310bhp @ 6500rpm
Torque – 288ft/lb @ 4500rpm
Transmission– 6 speed gearbox coupled to an Automatic Torque Biasing (ATB) differential

Front / Rear Suspension – Double Wishbones with coil springs
Front Brakes– 4 pot callipers, 356mm x 32mm discs
Rear Brakes– 4 pot callipers, 355mm x 28mm discs
Wheels – 19’’ Alloy Wheels
Tyres – Michelin Pilot Sport 3. Front – 235/35/ZR19, Rear – 285/35ZR19

Weight (kerb)– 1080kg
Power-to-weight – 305.6bhp/tonne
0-60 – 4.9s
Top speed – 165mph

Front Track width - 1870mm
Rear Track width -1885mm
Front overhang- 815mm
Rear overhang- 790mm

Economy – 31mpg (average)
Controls - Satellite navigation, Bluetooth, audio and climate controls via centrally mounted 7” touchscreen.

Basic price– £68000
Available – First customer deliveries expected Feb 2012

G60 parts differentiating from the F400
3.7 litre engine
ATB differential
Fly-by-wire throttle
Full new wiring loom
ECU
Pedal box
Chassis
Interior modifications
New Carbon Fibre Air intake
Revised cooling vents
Air conditioning
Full Braking system (including master cylinders, callipers, discs, brake pads and handbrake)Steering column
Steering rack
Uprights
Wishbones
Touch screen instrument system
Front and rear lights
Dashboard
Clutch
Revised cooling system
Removal of power steering
Electrical window mechanism

 

Author: Riggers

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