Falcon F7 Press
Yahoo News (2013-07-12)
Jeff Lemke, a 41-year-old Detroit-area car nut...chased his dream to build his own car, the Falcon F7.
Bloomberg TV (2013-01-16)
Bloomberg's Matt Miller looks at the 620-Hp Falcon F7 at the Detroit Auto Show.
"The Gallery," a prelude to the official start of the 2013 North American International Auto Show, will feature about 30 exotic vehicles and a meal prepared by Chef Wolfgang Puck.
Street Side Auto reviews their top cars of 2012, with the Falcon F7 at #2
Complex Rides (2012-12-13)
Whether they actually own the vehicles or not, rappers are always weaving luxury and sports car names into their lyrics. It's part of the whole persona. What does every rapper want you to know about them? That' they've got a lotta dough. And if they've got money, they're obviously travelling in nice rides. The Falcon F7 is #6 YEA BOYEEE!
The Falcon F7 will feature an all carbon-fiber body, an aluminum/carbon fiber monocoque chassis, a billet suspension, an extreme power to weight ratio, and hand-crafted interiors. It is powered by a 7.0 liter V8 engine that delivers a total of 620 HP at 6600 rpm and 585 lb-ft of torque at 5400 rpm. With the extra power, the Falcon F7 will sprint from 0 to 60 mph in 3.3-3.6 seconds and will hit a top speed somewhere between 190 to 200 mph.
Street Side Auto.com (2012-02-06)
America has never been entirely devoid of small supercar firms...and last month at the Detroit Auto Show, a new challenger arrived. They called themselves Falcon and they bore us a gift. It's called the F7, and it's almost perfect.
Society of Manufacturing Engineers - WESTEC (2012-02-06)
Falcon F7 is featured in a promotional video for WESTEC 2012.
OYE! Times (2012-02-01)
Falcon Motorsports, a company based out of Holly,Michigan, is bringing back memories of a previous era of American automotive history. A time where American ingenuity produced unbelievable super cars with unique designs and the ability to roar down a highway at unimaginable speeds.
Detroit Free Press (2012-01-19)
More than two dozen cars from around the world, each one valued at $225,000 and up, sat on display at the event inside a heavily guarded room on the upper level of the Detroit casino.
Everyone knows Detroit hosts the most important auto show in North America.
Among the most interesting of these...was Falcon Motorsports, a company, best known for making body modification kits for Dodge Vipers, based in Holly Michigan, just north of Detroit. On display was the first production version of the F7 concept displayed at last year's NAIAS .
Fox 2 Detroit (WJBK) (2012-01-10)
There's a sexy new sports car on display at the auto show. It's hand-built in Michigan with a big new engine from General Motors.
ABC12 - WJRT TV (2011-08-09)
ABC12 in Flint, Michigan, showcases the Falcon Mach7, and interviews the Falcon team.
Video of the Falcon F7 from Torquenews.com
It's mean, it's extremely powerful and it's made in America. The Falcon Motors F7 is a mid-engine supercar that boasts a carbon fibre body built on an aluminum and carbon fibre monocoque chassis.
Mach7 Motorsports waltzed into the 2011 Detroit Auto Show with a killer new machine that was poised to further represent America in the supercar war of the worlds. Turns out, that was just a prototype and they're back in Detroit again to reveal their polished Falcon F7.
Road & Track (2012-01-10)
Based on an aluminum/carbon fiber monocoque and said to boast "a solid, testosterone driven personality," the mid-engine F7 sells for $195,000-$250,000. The body is carbon-fiber, the pushrod-type suspension honed from aluminum billets. Steering is rack and pinion with electric assist.
Now that the Viper has exited the scene for a while, it's time for a new breed of American supercar to take its place. Presented quietly at the 2011 North American International Auto Show, the model comes with a pedigree that will make it a serious competitor on its segment.
Car ID (2011-08-11)
When we say "supercar", we usually mean a mid-engine two-seater that boasts high performance, exotic look and min price of at least 6 digits. However, many people still think that a car can hardly belong to the supercar class if it's not built in Europe. If you are among these peeps, prepare for the shocking truth - there is actually an array of full-fledged supercars manufactured on the other side of the Atlantic.
In an attempt to bolster the American supercar line-up, Mach7 Motorsports, led by its founders, Jeff and Carl Lemke, recently introduced the Falcon supercar at the 2011 Detroit Motor Show. Despite being a pre-production car, all signs are pointing to the Mach77 Falcon being ready for production in the future...
The Throttle takes a look at the Falcon Mach7.
New York Times (2011-01-11)
The Falcon's carbon-fiber body reads like a composite of a 12-year-old's Matchbox collection- but that's no bad thing for a company best known as a preferred customizer of Dodge Vipers. Hood scoops plumb depths not seen since the Ferrari F50 hypercar. Maranello's influence extends to the 288 GTO-like flying buttresses connecting roof and rear deck. There is also something of an F-18 Hornet fighter jet in the Falcon's overall quick-strike mien.