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The Most Powerful Ford Ever – 2020 Shelby GT500 Review

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    The Shelby GT500 Is Ford’s Most Powerful Production Car Detailed Technical Review Of The 760 Horsepower Shelby GT500 Subscribe for new videos every …

    Dalton Wright

    I know this is late but I would love to see a video on the Bugatti that reached 304 MPH and the changes that made it able to hit that number compared to the previous version of the car

    Mr. GTO

    Thank you Jason for the technical numbers of this new Monster GT-500. !! WOW… Only your second time on a drag strip..! You did pretty well….! and those mountain road views are superb.!! Love all the overdrives for cruising

    Paulie Wally

    An easier way to address your complaints about the gear ratios could be to just change the rear end ratio to a lower (higher numerically) ratio. Change the 3.73 to a 4.11 or 4.30.

    Alvin Singh

    I want to see a head to head with the GT500 Track Pack and Nismo GTR


    16:16 That squirrel saw heaven closing in on him.


    Me so wanty


    Hi Jason, can you please make a video on gasoline preheating before its injected into fuel injectors or carburetor ? Whether it has any effect at all ? Negative or positive ?
    There are many people making videos on this topic and claiming it improves mileage.

    Mile High V – Justin B.

    Not having supercharger noise is a good thing. It means it’s under pulleyed and is begging for a smaller pulley up top and a larger one down low. Two dollars says we will see 1000hp and a bunch of whine out of this before 2019 concludes. 🙂


    As long as the price is < $30K, I'm interested

    Ace Hardy

    Taking notes 📝

    Matthew Gossman

    I'm interested in the car, so I watched the video. I have to say, seeing you consistently drive with one hand or the other (almost never both) is one of the most irritating things I've seen on a YouTube video. Also, the fact that you focus so much of your attention on delivering your narrative suggests that you don't have much respect for the task of driving on a public highway. My suggestion would be for you to hire a driver who understands the serious responsibility of driving a car. People who ride with me know to shut up or get out.

    Sam S

    How much of that car was made with sourcing parts from non national companies ? Or how of those parts had falsified data for metallurgical analysis

    Rob B

    Great gearing explanation. You're right, it's CAFE and Fleet mileage they are playing with. 50mpg fleet by 2025? I don't think so. Get your ICE now before electric is shoved down your throat. I guess the future will be kit cars, like the affordable airplane became. (Not so terrible, just a change of reality)


    Is it just as safe as a craptang ?

    Briland Hays

    Pretty sure ive seen catch cans on oem porsches


    The ICE is like an ungrateful girlfriend which you can’t help but love all the time… so much wasted energy!!!

    Robert Cortese

    Anyone else notice the HUD at 23:55 telling the driver when to shift?

    Zone Television

    Let’s be honest. The mustang is just too Fkn heavy and it’s not very aerodynamic. They should make a mid engine Mach1 or something.

    Raiyan Chowdhury

    The 40 year old virgin explains

    Raiyan Chowdhury

    The engineer nerd that will never get laidb

    Raiyan Chowdhury

    A nerd explains




    Doesn't matter if you cant put the powa to the ground.

    henri wolbrink

    Regardless of the car. I am completing you, for the best ever journalism car review. Hand's off!

    Maik Elétrica Automotiva

    Amazing car!

    Blake Pinette

    Ford’s biggest achievement here is making the hideous ford modular nice to look at

    Joshua Brecke

    The supercharger can be heard standing next to the long straightaway when the car is opened up…..just sayin'

    sammy duran

    Does anyone know how it stacks up against the ZL1, max cornering G's, 0-60, 1/4 mile run numbers?

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