The Ford Torino was by no means a major title in the muscle mass car scene of the 70s, but some even now located these govt luxurious lounges captivating. The most strong Torino of the 70s was run by a 7.-liter Cobra Jet V8 manufacturing a claimed 370 horsepower (some believed it was more like 440 or 460). That was adequate for a 14.7 second quarter mile operate, but would not be just about adequate to take on a Hellcat or Cadillac CTS-V. To put issues into point of view, a normal Hellcat pushes 717 hp and 650 lb-ft of torque, though a CTS-V helps make 640 hp and 610 lb-ft. In the video we can see the aged Ford take on a Charger Hellcat in its first race. The Torino finishes up working a 9.373 at 149 mph, unquestionably destroying the Dodge’s time of 9.685 at 138.2 mph.