The Last Ford GT, a New RAM TRX Model, & Goodbye to the Kia Stinger
Ford’s GT supercar is taking one last lap before it joins the history books.
The new GT MK IV is a track-only tribute powered by a re-engineered twin-turbo V6 making over 800 horsepower. It rides on a unique chassis with a longer wheelbase and Multimatic adaptive suspension. The MK IV will be hand built at Multimatic’s facility in Ontario. Just 67 units are to be made, starting at a cool 1.7-million dollars.
The Ram TRX is stomping into showrooms with a rockin’ new model.
Know as the Havoc Edition, it builds off the TRX Level 2 Equipment group, adding 18-inch beadlock-capable wheels and an exclusive Baja Yellow paint job. The Havoc still uses the TRX’s Hellcat-derived 6.2-liter HEMI V8, supercharged for 702 horsepower and 650 lb-ft of torque. At dealers soon, expect the TRX Havoc to list for about 105-thousand dollars.
Kia is sadly saying goodbye to one of our favorites, the Stinger.
2023 is the end of the line for this great sport sedan. But, for the sendoff, there is a special Tribute Edition, available with a new Moonscape matte gray paint job, and Terracotta brown interior. Just 1,000 units will be made.
And that’s it for this week’s Motor News!