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Ford Electric SuperVan on the Nurburgring track

Ford Electric SuperVan

The Ford SuperVan electric van made its debut at the Goodwood Festival of Speed this summer. The return of its power plant reaches a crazy 2 thousand horsepower. And one would think that this is just a cool show car, but the car was spotted on the Nurburgring track. 

The goals of these races remain a mystery for now - it is highly doubtful that Ford is preparing an electric car to enter the civilian market. Most likely, the automaker just wants to set a few records in the van class.

We remind you that the SuperVan is built on the basis of the E-Transit Custom. However, the body still had to be radically redesigned. Cool bumpers with diffusers, sports thresholds, a large anti-wing and special wheels are installed here. Of course, they also worked on the suspension, adapting it to the track. The cabin has racing seats, a frame, a simple instrument display and a large multimedia screen. The driver can choose between five modes: Road, Track, Drag, Drift and Rally. There is even a tire warming mode.

At Goodwood, the Ford SuperVan was the fifth fastest car up the hill this year. It posted a time of 46.58 seconds, just a fraction of a second slower than the fourth-place Subaru GL Family Huckster. The fastest car in 2022 was McMurtry Speirling with a time of 39.08 seconds. 

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Thursday, 20 June 2024