The 2017 Ford Torino Surpasses The Ford Mustang?

Mar 27, 2017 01:40 PM EDT | Anthony Hunter

Turin is a city located in Italy where the famous automaker, Ford, gets the name of one of their latest car models. Even though it was manufactured in a short span of time from 1968 to 1976, it was already too big during those times which Ford also expect the same for their brand new 2017 Ford Torino model.

As for the outside, it features a combination of traditional and modern designs with sharp front and curved look. But this model doesn't include a bumper. For its body structure, it gets an additional 5 inches of its overall length which make the car longer compared to it predecessor way back before.

In addition, Ford gave the new Torino a stylish alloy 20 inches wheels. Aluminum materials are used on the body panels are used for a much improved lighter weight. The choice of the material will also make the vehicle a great performance car.

On the inside, the all-new 2017 Ford Torino offers a modernized system with some details that still leaves a few mark from the 1970 model. For a much easier and control of the infotainment system, an 8-inches LED screen on its center dashboard is included.

Furthermore, the seats for the driver and passengers is made out of high-quality leather with some space and more comfort. As for the new Torino's steering wheel, it is placed lower than conventional.

When it comes to the muscle car segment, the engine offers the best. The new Torino is powered by a powerful V8 Ti-VCT 5.0 liter engine which is also used in in the Ford Mustang GT. The engine can produce 435 hp and 400 lb-ft of torque with the use of 93-octane fuel.

The new 2017 Ford Torino is expected to accelerate from 0-60 mph in just 4 seconds. This rating is based on the Ford Mustang which means that the new Torino can also get the 710 mph top speed. The fuel economy is estimated to be at 15 mpg in the city and 25 mpg on the highway. The price of the new Torino is be expected to be above $40,000. 


See Now: OnePlus 6: How Different Will It Be From OnePlus 5?

© 2021 Auto World News, All rights reserved. Do not reproduce without permission.
Get the Most Popular Autoworld Stories in a Weekly Newsletter

Join the Conversation

Real Time Analytics