The Ginetta F400 is a high-tech niche sports car which was actually
developed by Farboud as the GTS.
However Ginetta later purchased the design and began producing
the car themselves.
The Ginetta F400 features a lightweight steel spaceframe chassis
and carbon fiber bodywork. Mounted in the middle of the car
is a 410 horsepower supercharged 3.0 litre V6. The power is
sent to the road through a six-speed manual gearbox. The zero-to-sixty
sprint is dealt with in just 3.7 seconds, and the top speed
is an impressive 185 mph.
The suspension system of the Ginetta F400 comprises of a double
wishbone setup front and rear, with dampers and coil-over springs.
The braking system of the Ginetta F400 consist of six-piston
callipers with 350mm vented discs on the front, and 328mm vented
discs on the rear.
The Ginetta F400 also features a flat floor the full length
of the car, joining the front splitter and rear diffuser, which
provides exceptional downforce giving excellent handling qualities.
The storage compartment is large enough to fit a standard set
of golf clubs, or several pieces of luggage. There is also extra
luggage space on the parcel shelf, secured with optional bespoke
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