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The Fantastic Falcon F7 Is A Supercars Made In Michigan

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Michigan knows how to work around automotives more than any other place. After all, for over a century it has done this and that with cars, producing some of the most unique and sometimes opaque auto objects on the planet.

The year was 2009 and engineer Jeff Lemke the CEO of Falcon Motorsports felt inspired enough to do something truly outstanding. He wanted a supercar of his own. When he set down to work, he produced something that stunned attendees at the 2011 North American International Auto Show in Detroit.

It was the Falcon F7. In due course, someone mentioned that this was the epitome of all the cars that the ambitious CEO loved.

Inside and outside the car, you could see the features of a Ferrari 288 GTO, a Lamborghini, Corvette, Dodge Viper, Ford GT and of course a lot of his own creativity including the features of a fighter jet. When the first car rolled off the mills and was showcased at the show in Detroit an interested buyer mentioned to the CEO that “The Falcon is kind of out of this world,” adding that “it’s not something you’d normally see on the road. It’s an American exotic car.”

One of the promises of the company is a vehicle that will do 1100 bhp. Either way, Falcon continues to place Michigan on the world map in regards to supercars.

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