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Spy Shots: Aussies developing Ford Falcon GT-H

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Filed under: Spy Photos, Sedan, Performance, Ford, Australia

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Ford FPV Falcon GT-H spy shots - Click above for high-res image gallery

Word on the web is that there's something big brewing from Ford Performance Vehicles. The Australian team responsible for building some of the meanest factory Blue Oval beasts down under has been rumored to be slaving away on a new sedan packing a potent supercharged version of the same 5.0-liter V8 found in the nose of the North American Mustang GT. As you may recall, FPV just recently turned out a pair of four-doors with forced-induction 5.0-liter mills under their hoods, but power on those machines was kept to a relatively tame 430 ponies.

Now it looks like FPV is keen on turning loose an unleashed version of that engine in the new Falcon GT-H. A set of twin intercoolers and more aggressive boost will likely help the car dish out close to 500 horsepower. For now, we just have a handful of spy photos to go from, but Ford is expected to unveil the Falcon GT-H at the Melbourne Motor Show later this year.

Gallery: Ford FPV Falcon GT-H Spy Shots

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[sources: CarPix, Motor Authority]Spy Shots: Aussies developing Ford Falcon GT-H originally appeared on Autoblog on Tue, 25 Jan 2011 17:02:00 EST. Please see our terms for use of feeds.

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If I just saw the side I would have swore it was a Commodore...

Definitely need to bring this to America

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Well, this is the Commodore's rival after all.

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I'm pleased to see all of these super sedans coming to the market these days.

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I'm pleased to see all of these super sedans coming to the market these days.

Too bad they're only in upsidedownland.

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Sweet.

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