Roush Europe launches the new Roush 600RE

Roush Europe launches the new Roush 600RE  
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New Models, News, Ford
on 05/01/2007

Source: ROUSH Europe

Roush is a name that has become synonymous with the Ford GT. To mark the end of production of these fabulous cars, Roush have developed a very limited edition series of cars called 600RE. Based upon the Ford GT Supercar, this exclusive limited edition boasts a number of features including an engine upgrade - raising power and torque and providing the Roush 600RE with even greater levels of acceleration and performance. The 600RE has also enjoyed the Roush styling treatment both inside and out and comes complete with additional features to enhance its unique appearance.

The vehicle is designed and assembled at the Roush Technical Centre, based in Brentwood, Essex; which is also the only official Ford GT service centre in the UK. The 600RE is being marketed solely through Avro Motor Cars in Surrey.

Roush Europe’s Marketing Manager James Bassett says:
“The Roush 600RE builds upon the success we achieved from the Roush 420RE Mustang. We have again, taken a winning formula and enhanced those areas with features which our customers have asked for. The Roush 600RE is a truly exclusive edition and takes the fantastic Ford GT forward - even further”…

The new Roush 600RE features include:

- Upgraded Supercharger Pulley System
- Unique Vehicle Numbering And Identity Plaques
- Unique Keyed Light Pack
- Tubi Exhaust System
- Tinted Glass
- Transmission Oil Breather System
- Colour Keyed Hoses
- Black Powder Coated Wheels
- (Optional) 4-Point Harness Pack

Production of the 600RE is limited to only 10 Vehicles and demand is expected to quickly exceed supply. The 600RE is only available from “Avro Motor Cars” based at the historic Brooklands site in Surrey.

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