2011 Shelby GT500 Review – Left Lane News

2011 Shelby GT500

Left Lane News reviews the 2011 Shelby GT500 and writes – ‘The suspension continues to surprise and amaze us. Long after a live axle rear end should have been put to pasture, Ford continues to refine this one to within an inch of its life. This package includes MacPherson struts with reverse-L lower control arms and a 34mm stabilizer bar in front. Pulling up the rear is a multi-link solid axle with coil springs, gas-charged shocks, a panhard rod and a 24mm stabilizer bar in back.

This decidedly so-called low-tech set up just keeps on managing to, uh, keep on.’

And you thought that a GT500 review would be all about that magnificent hunk of supercharged metal under the hood.  You know, the one that produces a ridiculous 550 horsepower.  Instead, Left Lane News actually managed to look at the entire car, specifically the one part that many folks doubt.

Read more about the 2011 Shelby GT500.

Published on July 14, 2010 in Car Reviews

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