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The Farbio GTS 350: Power-Packed Suspension and Dual-Turbo Engine

The Farbio GTS made its debut in 2002 as the Farboud GT, before undergoing a rebranding. Initially known for its unique in-board suspension and powered by a twin-turbo Audi V6 engine.

After a period of development and reemergence in 2008, the Farbio GTS became available with engine options, including the GTS 260, 350, and 400.

The GTS 350 and 400 were equipped with a supercharged 3.0-liter Ford V6 engine borrowed from the Ford V6 Mustang. The GTS 400, in particular, boasted 384 hp and could accelerate from 0-60 mph in a mere 3.9 seconds, with a top speed of 175 mph.

This mid-engine sports car efficiently distributes power to both ends, with a design reminiscent of the McLaren F1, featuring a large angular windscreen and practical yet stylish carbon fiber body panels on a tubular steel chassis.

Though the Farbio GTS 350 hasn’t seen significant updates, it has carved its unique identity in the automotive world. Fans would eagerly anticipate any future developments from Farbio.

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