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#1

On January 27th, 2000, Founder and CEO of Falcon Vehicle Motor Works, K. Punch, declared a brand dedicated to making every petrolhead’s mouth drool at the sight of their cars. Having been a tuning house before becoming a fully fledged car company, Falcon strives to create stunning cars that push the limits of performance.

Falcon Vehicle Motor Works began as Falcon Tuners. They were based in a tiny shop in Tokyo, working their magic on Japanese tuners. In the 90s, they moved to California and began work on exotics before deciding that they could build better cars than what they worked on. It took a long while until the first concept car from Falcon was unveiled at 2018’s Goodwood Festival of Speed. Since then, Falcon’s model range has expanded from otherworldly hypercars to hot hatches that bring the performance without breaking the bank. While Falcon is now a car manufacturer, they have not lost their tuning roots. Older, custom, limited production models are being brought back to join Falcon’s new vehicle lineup.

Current Models
2019 Falcon RF
2020 Falcon R20 Base | Challenge
2020 Falcon FPi
2020 Falcon F1
2021 Falcon E90 | :arrow_left: Preview from New York International Auto Show
2021 Falcon G30
2021 Falcon R35
2021 Falcon R30 :arrow_left: LATEST RELEASE

IN DEVELOPMENT:
Falcon R30S - Road-legal R30
Falcon G35 - Updated G30
Falcon R20S - Facelifted R20
New Truck :smiley:

CEO’s Notes
Please feel free to leave comments, suggestions, and questions! I look forward to creating more bedroom poster candidates! To mark the start of Falcon’s new line of cars, here is the R20!


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#2

R20




The 2020 R20 is an evolution of the RF Concept. The R20 was designed to carve up mountain roads and ensure that everybody you pass is left in utter awe at its speed and beauty. The R20 is powered by the new VXR-series of V8 engines; the engine the powers the R20 is a 4.2L twin-turbocharged variant which produces 660 HP and 546 lb-ft of torque.

Technical Specs

  • 4.2L Twin-turbocharged DOHC V8 | 660 HP @8000 RPM
  • 7-speed Dual Clutch Gearbox
  • Front and Rear Pushrod Suspension
  • Mid-mounted Engine + AWD Drivetrain
  • Carbon Fiber panels and chassis
  • 0-62 mph in 2.8s | Top Speed: 204 MPH

CEO’s Extra Notes
This model was heavily inspired by McLaren models, specifically the MP4-12C and the 650S. The V8 was also inspired by the 3.8L V8 on the MP4 as well as the 4.2L on the Ferrari F430. I took the modern LED headlight craze and ran with it, with the main inspiration being the Bugatti Chiron’s lights.!


#3

Holts PT660 Joined
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#4

Is that V8 a cross-plane or flat-crank unit? At any rate, with 660 horsepower, it might as well need AWD to keep all that thrust under control.


#5

It’s a flat-plane. And yeah the AWD is pretty much necessary for it to launch.


#6

R20 Challenge



For the stupidly rich driving enthusiasts who thought the base R20 was child’s play, we present the R20 Challenge. The R20C is an R20 turned up to 11 with heavy downforce upgrades as well as a significant power boost. This allows the R20C to absolutely eviscerate corners as well as soil your pants. The R20C’s use of carbon fiber and weight-saving measures allow the R20C to cut 200 pounds.

Technical Specs

  • Tuned 4.2L Twin-turbocharged DOHC V8 | 775 HP @ 8400 RPM
  • 7-speed Dual Clutch gearbox w/ shorter gear ratios
  • Six piston carbon ceramic brakes
  • New carbon fiber wing and front splitter + Active Aero
  • 0-62 mph in 2.6s | Top Speed: 219 MPH
  • Automation Test Track Lap Time: 1:56.38
  • Airfield Lap Time: 1:09.88

#7

These things looks Exquisite!


#8

FPi



The FPi is a new generation of hatchback; a Falcon model for those with a way more modest budget than others. Pictured here is the FPi CSR, a hot hatch with a 5 cylinder rocket in the front sending all 405 horses (yes, that’s a ludicrous amount) to the rear wheels. The carbon aerodynamics help out with taming the beast so you don’t crash. The main goal of this pocket rocket is to leave commoners in the dust while smiling like a complete idiot.

Technical Specs
(FPi CSR)

  • 2.5L Turbocharged DOHC Inline 5 | 405 HP @7500 RPM
  • 6-speed Manual Gearbox
  • Front-mounted, RWD Drivetrain
  • 0-62 mph in 4.5 seconds

CEO’s Extra Notes
This model was inspired by current hot-hatches as well as the rumors of a 400+ HP Focus RS in the works. Testing in BeamNG show that with ESC off, the car can’t help but shake its tail.


#9

F1



The absolute best of the best we can offer at Falcon, the F1 was made to not only tear your face around tracks but also to tear open your bank account. The Falcon F1 uses a modified VXR-series block which increases engine capacity to 4.5L and pumps the horsepower from the R20s 660 HP to an insane 1449 HP and 821 lb-ft of torque using the all-new TurboJet turbo technology, providing increasing continuous power all the way to redline. The sleek active aero and the DRS system helps keep the F1 on the ground whether you’re thrashing corners or at 280 MPH. In the F1, if anything blazes past you, that all on you.

For the crazy-rich, the special K303 Edition exists to further push the boundaries of performance. The 30 examples use prototype 8.0L V12s that use twin TurboJet technology that produce 2045 HP. All this power propel the F1 K303 Edition to a top speed of 303 MPH.

Technical Specs

  • 4.5L Twin-turbocharged DOHC V8 | 1449 HP @ 9500 RPM
  • 0-62 mph in 2.5s | Top Speed: 284 MPH
  • 1/4 mile in 9.06s
  • Base MSRP: $1,500,000
  • Automation Test Track Lap Time: 1:49.84
  • Airfield Lap Time: 1:06.48

Technical Specs
(For special K303)

  • 8.0L Twin-turbocharged DOHC V12 | 2045 HP @ 8000 RPM
  • 0-62 mph in 2.0s | Top Speed: 303 MPH
  • 1/4 mile in 8.23s
  • Base MSRP: $3,000,000

500 F1 Apex Models will be made; 30 F1 K303 Editions will be made

CEO’s Extra Notes
After a month long hiatus, I finally got back to creating a new car. A lot of people will probably think about all the very close similarities to a certain Swedish hypercar manufacturer, but that is the nature for most cars created using this new body. This car was really hard to balance as it was my first hypercar that I made without cranking the quality sliders, but I’m really happy the way it turned out.

Inspirations: Agera RS, Chiron, M4, Carrera GT


#10

G30


Falcon G30 S15 Coupe pictured

Finally, a car for the masses that people actually want. The G30 is the first major step in the compact car market from Falcon. Unlike the quite rough FPi, the G30 is refined. This is a car for the man who want to look sophisticated and cool, without draining their bank account. The G30 is available in three body styles: coupe, sedan, and estate.

The standard versions of the G30 come equipped with a 2.4L turbo four-cylinder powerplant. While small, it produces a respectable 205 HP and a stunning fuel economy of 40 MPG city/ 69 MPG highway. G30s also come with the latest in car-tech so that every commute is as comfortable and as easy as possible.


Falcon G30 S15 Sedan pictured

Falcon G30 S15 Estate pictured

The S15 Edition is the high-performance version of the G30. Keeping in touch with its supercar roots, Falcon’s motorsport division, S15, let loose on the G30. Replacing the standard four-cylinder turbo power plant with a 3.5L twin-turbo V6 affair, producing 438 HP and 438 lb-ft of torque. The suspension is also buffed up to handle track-days and to destroy track times. A carbon-ceramic brake package is also available to ensure that brake fade doesn’t ruin your track day. Of course, we will also offer an S15 estate to combine sportiness and practicality (also to bring Doug DeMuro joy).

Technical Specs
for G30 Standard

  • 2.4L EcoPRO DOHC Inline 4 | 205 HP / 228 lb-ft of Torque
  • 40 MPG city | 69 MPG highway
  • Available with 9-speed automatic or 6-speed manual (only on G30 coupe)
  • 15-inch OLED touch display standard on all models
  • Begins at $35,000 for coupe; $36,500 for sedan; $37,500 for estate

Technical Specs
for S15 Edition

  • 3.5L EcoPRO Sport twin-turbo DOHC V6 | 438 HP @ 6900 RPM ; 438 lb-ft of torque @ 3500 RPM
  • 24 MPG city | 37 MPG highway
  • All S15 models are equipped with a 7-speed dual-clutch gearbox
  • 0-62 in 3.7s | Top Speed (for coupe): 175 MPH
  • Automation Test Track Lap Time: 2:12.69 | Airfield Lap Time: 1:19.89
  • G30 S15 Edition starts at $65,000

CEO’s Extra Notes
After another month long hiatus, I finally release my entry into the luxury compact segment. This a departure from usual Falcon models. This car isn’t about top speed records and track times. This is the first Falcon (ignoring the somewhat failed FPi) to appeal to the common man. For the G30 S15, I was heavily inspired by the ultra-competitive sports saloon segment, namely the Audi RS4, Mercedes-AMG C63, and one of my favorite cars, the BMW M3 and M4.

Inspirations: RS4, C63, M3 and M4, RS6 Avant, RC F.


#11

R35

Introducing the next continent-smashing, mile crunching, GT car. For journeys across states and countries or just driving around town to show off you monetary exuberance, we’ve made the R35. The R35 takes the performance philosophy of Falcon and pads it with hand-made leather and a softer suspension to ensure that your roads trips are not only fast, but also comfortable.

To enable the R35 to quickly munch up miles, the engineers at Falcon have equipped it with a new twin-turbo 5.8L V12 based off the EcoPRO modular engine technology. The engine pushes 662 HP to all four wheels while keeping fuel economy at an amazing 25.8 MPG combined. This ensures that you don’t have to take constant fuel stops while blazing the miles.



Technical Specs

  • 5.8L EcoPRO twin-turbo DOHC V12 | 662 HP @ 7500 RPM ;599 lb-ft of torque @ 3400 RPM
  • 7-speed dual clutch transmission | AWD system on 40/60 split with bias to the rear
  • 0-100 KPH in 3.1s | Top Speed: 209 MPH
  • 25.8 MPG combined
  • 275 L of cargo space | Seating for 4 adults
  • MSRP: $255,000

CEO’s Extra Notes
Once again, after a very long hiatus from launches, here I am again with my latest launch. In fact, this is actually the E90 announced at NYIAS, finished and ready to launch to the public. I spent a while trying to decide what this car would be and I even designed an R20 GT, but I felt this was the right way to go. However, I might still share with you all the R20 GT.

Inspirations: DB11, DBS, AMG GT, McLaren GT, Continental GT


#12

R30

The latest machine to come out of Falcon, the R30 (formerly known as the RXX) is a fully-fledged track missile. The R30 was designed to do only one thing, to be the pinnacle of performance on the track. Unlike other Falcon R models which place importance in both performance and luxury, the R30 throws all focus on comfort away and puts all the eggs in the performance basket.

The most important factors in the design were weight and downforce. Falcon has gone to extreme lengths to save weight. There is only one drivers seat, no paint is applied to the body, even the windshield wiper is made from carbon fibre to save weight. Because of these weight saving measures, the R30 weighs only 2400 pounds.

In terms of downforce, the massive front splitter and rear wing are accompanied four sets of canards. This provides the R30 with a combined 1161 pounds of downforce. This ensure that the car stays planted on the ground, no matter the maneuvers undertaken.

The heart of the beast is a track-spec version of the VXR series engine. This time, the VXR engine is built upon the EcoPRO modular engine architecture. The twin-turbos were removed to eliminate the possibility of turbo lag. The engine internals with replaced with titanium and forged lightweight aluminium alloy components. The engine redlines at a screaming 12,000 RPM. The means the 4.2L V8 heart of the beast produces 685 HP and 439 lb-ft of torque. This propels the beast to 62 MPH in a blistering 2.2 seconds.

Obviously a car like this is not road-legal. It can’t be (at least not in this setup :wink:). And with a price tag of $15 million, who would be insane enough to buy it? Well if you are insane enough to hand over the money, then along with the R30, you will have access to a crew of Falcon race engineers and transport to any track in the world. Anything to make your track day perfect.

Technical Specs

  • 4.2L EcoPRO-derived N/A V8 | 685 HP @ 9700 RPM : 439 lb-ft of torque @ 7100 RPM
  • 7-speed DCT | Falcon AWD system on a 40/60 split | Electronic LSD
  • 0-62 mph in 2.2s | 1/4 mile in 9.43s | Top Speed: 202 mph
  • Green Hell Lap Time: 6:37.43 | Airfield Lap Time: 1:04.22 | Automation Track Time: 1:48.96
  • MSRP: $15,000,000

CEO’s Extra Notes
This is very obviously based on the Ferrari FXX. Especially with the new body being somewhat inspired by the LaFerrari, I just HAD to create something special like this.


#13

The Falcon R30 is not a pure electric car or even a hybrid, and is also normally aspirated to boot, which should make it ideal for purists - except that it’s AWD, which adds weight, and purists prefer RWD. I bet a RWD version, despite potentially not being as fast around a track, would not only be lighter, but also be even more fun to thrash around in for a quick lap!

I would also like to see a street-legal version - considering that real-life track-only hypercars such as the Brabham BT62 and Aston Martin Vulcan can be converted into road cars, the R30 deserves the same treatment.


#14

R65

The newest entry into the high-end supercar market, the R65 seeks to dethrone all challengers. Placed between its little brother R20 and the R30 hypercar, it takes the performance of the R30 and the affordability of the R20 and mixes it into the best combination of the two.

The R65 is the first car to use Falcon’s new Wyvernfire modular V8 engine. The new engine is built from the ground up to improve on the VXR and EcoPRO engines to provide a lighter and more powerful engine while maintaining efficiency. The engine in the R65 is a twin-turbo 3.9 L unit that provides an enormous 905 horsepower and 616 lb/ft of torque. The engine also redlines at 9500 RPM giving the R65 the scream of a wyvern.

Inside, you find all the comforts that you expect from a Falcon supercar, ensuring you are able to cruise and show off your enormous wealth in absolute comfort. But, of course, we didn’t sacrifice the ability of the R65 to demolish anything on the road and track alike. Inspired by the R30, it uses active-aero components and full carbon fibre wings to provide enormous amounts of downforce. Not to mention, the R65 is able to go through straights at 217 MPH.

Technical Specs

  • 3.9L Wyvernfire-series twin-turbo V8 | 905 HP @ 9100 RPM ; 616 lb-ft of torque @ 4900 RPM
  • 7-speed Lightningstrike DCT | Falcon AWD system with RWD mode | E-LSD
  • 0-62 mph in 2.7s | 1/4 mile in 9.90s | Top Speed: 217 MPH
  • Braking Distance: 91.4 ft | Total Downforce: 895 lbs | Weight: 3531 lbs
  • Fuel Economy: 18.7 MPG
  • Green Hell Lap Time: 6:57.34 | Airfield Lap Time: 1:07.87 | Automation Track Time: 1:53.05
  • MSRP: $360,000

CEO’s Extra Notes
After a very long break, I have returned after being charmed by both the Ferrari 488 Pista and F8 Tributo. This is my take on the roughly ~$300,000 supercar segment occupied by cars like the 488 Pista and 720S. This is also the first car I’ve made with this new design-style.