Mod created by Speedster63
Released : 23.10.2014
Car Infos from Wiki :
The Ginetta F400, previously known as the Farbio GTS, and originally developed by Arash Motor Company as the Farboud GTS, was a sports car produced by the British car manufacturer Ginetta Cars. It was the first car planned for production by Farbio Sports Cars until the rights of the car were sold to Ginetta in 2010.
When Ginetta acquired the rights of the car in 2010, very little was altered from the original Farbio GTS, except the addition of a new supercharger to the Ford V6 engine. The engine then produced 410 hp (306 kW; 416 PS) and was coupled to a 6-speed manual transmission. Standard features for the F400 included adjustable black leather interior, leather trimmed dashboard, power-assisted sports steering, a Kenwood audio system and air conditioning. Other bespoke options included interior carpeting, coloured headliners, carbon fibre racing bucket seats trimmed in leather with four-point racing harness, carbon fibre steering wheel, coloured door inserts and an alcantara interior trim.
The F400 came with special 19-inch forged alloy wheels in gloss black or silver finish. Added exterior options included bespoke specialist paint, bare carbon doors, brake callipers painted in red colour and heated front windshield.
The F400 could accelerate from 0–60 mph (0–97 km/h) in 3.7 seconds and could attain a top speed of 185 mph (298 km/h). Although these figures were never tested.
The F400 was sold in limited numbers at a price of £95,000 (US$154,770) when production was halted in 2010 and the car underwent significant redevelopment to be relaunched at the end of 2011 as the Ginetta G60.
Version 1.01 – updates by SiGi for eSport-Racing.de (January 2017) :
– reduced mesh faces / points on some .gmt parts for better ingame performance
– added new collision and shadow files
– activated ext / internal driver (available over Genstring #45)
– added alternativ sounds
– updated some values in .car file (eyepoint, camera, seat, shift stick, driver and feed on pedal positions)
– improved engine emission and sound position values