Last week it said it was looking for a partner in the fast-growing Chinese car market and plans to invest five billion pounds ($8 billion) in developing new high-performance vehicles over the next five years.
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The company said last year it had ramped up production of the high-performance vehicle, which has a price tag of about 100,000 dollars, due to soaring demand.
The automaker's high-performance vehicles that are already in production will not be discontinued, but the company will not develop any future replacements to these cars.
a wholly owned division, founded in 1988, is the exclusive holder of automotive manufacturer and entrepreneur Carroll Shelby's trademarks and vehicle design rights, which include some of the world's most famous muscle cars and high-performance vehicles, including the car that brought home to the U.
It plans to invest five billion pounds ($8 billion) in developing new high-performance vehicles over the next five years.
The company said last year it had ramped up production of the high-performance vehicle, with a price tag of about 100,000 dollars, due to soaring demand.
Unlike other front-engine/rear-drive supercars, this keeps the thermal load under control; a major consideration for a high-performance vehicle, especially one that could race at the 24 Hours of Le Mans by 2010.
will partner again with automotive legend Carroll Shelby to build high-performance vehicles, 40 years after the two first joined forces to create cars like the now-highly collectible Shelby Mustang.