In the backyard of the big three automakers, a small start-up is producing some very high-end supercars. Based in Holly, Michigan, Falcon Motorsports is making cars the old-fashioned way: By hand. Bloomberg traveled there to see how the family-run operation is churning out custom cars that start at $295,000.
The latest Falcon F7 utilizes a twin turbo intercooled, LS7 427 cubic-inch V8 built by Lingenfelter and rated at 1100 horsepower. Thanks to the lightweight carbon fiber/kevlar panel materials, it tips the scales at 2,850 pounds.
You can learn more about the Falcon F7 at falconf7.com.