The Falcon F7 is an American built-to-order mid-engined supercar built by Falcon Motorsports.
The Falcon F7 debuted at the Detroit Auto Show in 2011 in concept form. Then, at the 2012 Detroit Auto Show, the Falcon displayed its first F7 destined for a customer's garage. The Falcon F7 uses Chevy's LS7 engine, pumping out 620 hp and 585 lb-ft of torque. The F7 uses an aluminum and carbon-fiber monocoque which lends itself to a light, 2,785-pound curb weight. Because the power-to-weight ratio is so great, the F7 rockets to 60 in the 3.3-3.6 second range and tops out between 190 and 200 mph. It has fully adjustable and independent pushrod suspension like that of an F1 car and the much more expensive Lamborghini Aventador.
The Falcon F7 starts at $195,000 but can rise to $250,000 with custom options. Falcon boasts that many of its components, like its expensive and complicated aluminum and carbon-fiber chassis, are exclusive to cars costing hundreds of thousands of dollars more. However, the F7's price places it in the crossfire of the supercar king (at the time the Falcon F7 was announced), the Ferrari 458 Italia.
- Starting rank: 1344
- MAX rank: 1560 (+216)
- MAX+PRO rank: 1690 (+130)
- Tuning Kit bonus: +44
- Stock to MAX+PRO rank difference: 346
- Upgrade rank percentages: 7.5/60/7.5/25
- Speed Multiplier: 90.78%
- Nitro Efficiency: 5/10/15
The Falcon F7 is an excellent well-rounder, featuring performance statistics superior to most similarly-ranked vehicles, including but not limited to high nitro efficiency. Its only downside is its speed multiplier of 90.78%, setting its maximum total speed down to 283.1 mph/455.8 km/h at MAX+PRO with a Tuning Kit, lower than some other high-end Class B cars.
Overall, the F7 can be considered to be a Class B version of the TRION NEMESIS. Both are high-end cars in their respective classes and feature rapid acceleration and high nitro efficiency. Unlike the NEMESIS, however, the F7 is not a popular choice in Multiplayer League races as any sort of upgrade setup will put it in races with other multiplayer favourites such as the Chevrolet 2016 Camaro SS, TVR Sagaris, BMW 3.0 CSL Hommage, and Apollo Intensa Emozione, none of which the F7 can compete with. A multiplayer-tuned Falcon mainly rivals a similarly ranked Rinspeed zaZen, Lamborghini Asterion, ONUK Sazan LM, and McLaren MP4/8. Due to its strengths, the F7 is still competitive on short and technical tracks, such as Dubai or Venice.
The F7's closest rivals are the Savage Rivale GTR, SCG 003S, Nissan GT-R NISMO, TVR Sagaris, Zenvo ST1, and McLaren MP4/8. While having superior maximum total speed over the S-R GTR and MP4/8, as well as superior nitro efficiency (except with the MP4/8, which also has 5/10/15), the F7 has the disadvantage of its speed multiplier. However, it does have a handling advantage against the Zenvo, Sagaris, and NISMO.
This is the official review of the Falcon F7 on the Asphalt YouTube channel, made by HannaleinH and published on December 1, 2016:
Time to reach end of Tokyo straight: N/A
Perfect nitro duration: 10.791s
Triple nitro duration: 6.930s
French Guiana lap time: 59.994s
Final verdict: "The Falcon F7 can complete a race in French Guiana in just under one minute and is a bit slower than the Mercedes-AMG GT3. It has a good handling and has an excellent nitro duration which is good for long tracks like Tokyo and for single tanked players."
Price and Availability
Following its debut in the November 2016 EDD event, the Falcon F7 was available for sale from March 17-20, 2017, during which it cost 7,000. It was made available again from February 22-27, 2018 for 7,000. It was made available once again from September 7-10, 2018 for 7,000 (discounted from 8,750). The car was made available yet again from May 10-14, 2019 for 6,300 (discounted from 7,000). Currently, the F7 is the only exclusive car from the Multiplayer League Update that cannot be assembled with Blueprints.
As of the 2019 Spring Update, upgrades cost 2,400,000 while Pro Kits require 800,000, 42 of each Class B Part, 30 Early & Initial Techs each, 52 Mid-Techs, and 72 V8 Engines.
- Main article: Enduro Double Down/Falcon F7
The Falcon F7's Enduro Double Down event was first held on November 9, 2016 (after the GT by CITROEN's Research & Development event), then revived on August 9, 2017 (after the Mercedes-AMG C 63 Coupe Touring Car 2014's Research & Development event), then November 20, 2017 (after the Arrinera Hussarya GT's Championship event and alongside the Arash AF10's Research & Development event), and January 4, 2019 (as part of the Holiday Update's Asphalt Moments series).
Players are given 9 days to complete the event.
|Enduro Double Down|
|Event||Boss Vehicle||Other Enduro Vehicles|
| Weber Faster One||Weber Faster One||SRT 2013 Dodge Challenger SRT8 • Jaguar F-Type R • Nissan Skyline GT-R (R34) • Honda Integra Type-R • Nissan GT-R NISMO • Lamborghini Aventador LP 700-4 • W Motors Lykan HyperSport • Chrysler ME412|
| Aston Martin One-77||Aston Martin One-77||AC 378 GT Z • Aston Martin DB9 Coupé • Aston Martin V12 Zagato • Aston Martin V12 Vantage • Lucra L148 • Bentley EXP10 Speed 6 • Pagani Huayra • Peugeot Onyx|
| BXR Bailey Blade GT1||BXR Bailey Blade GT1||Alfa Romeo MiTo GTA • Mazda 6 • Ford Focus RS • Mitsubishi Eclipse • Nissan GT-R (R35) • Holden Coupe 60 • Dodge Viper SRT10 ACR-X • Mazzanti Evantra|
| Icona Vulcano V12 Hybrid||Icona Vulcano V12 Hybrid||Lotus Exige S Coupe • Felino cB7 • BMW M6 • Mazda Furai • Marussia B2 • Mercedes-Benz SLS AMG GT Coupé Final Edition • Mercedes-Benz Silver Lightning • Hennessey Venom GT|
| Falcon F7||Falcon F7||Audi S4 • Mitsubishi Lancer Evolution X • Infiniti FX50 • Ferrari 612 Scaglietti • Ferrari 458 Italia • Arrinera Hussarya • McLaren 12C Spider • Savage Rivale GTR|
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| Lamborghini Aventador LP 750-4 SV||Lamborghini Aventador LP 750-4 SV||Lamborghini Urus • Lamborghini Miura • Lamborghini Gallardo LP 560-4 2013 • Lamborghini Estoque • Lamborghini Sesto Elemento • Lamborghini Asterion • Lamborghini Huracán • Lamborghini Egoista|
| Sbarro Sparta||Sbarro Sparta||DS 3 Racing • Nissan Juke Nismo • Mercedes-Benz GLC Coupe • BMW M2 • Audi R8 LMS Ultra • Ferrari F50 • Savage Rivale Roadyacht GTS • Sbarro Alcador|
| Chevrolet Corvette Grand Sport||Chevrolet Corvette Grand Sport||1967 Chevrolet Impala • Volkswagen Golf Design Vision GTI • Maserati MC12 • Chevrolet SS • Chevrolet Corvette C7 • Chevrolet Corvette C3 • Chevrolet 2016 Camaro SS • 9FF GT9 VMAX|
| Porsche 918 Spyder with Weissach Package||Porsche 918 Spyder with Weissach Package||Scion FR-S • Porsche 959 • Audi RS 3 Sportback • Porsche 718 Boxster S • DS Survolt • Porsche Cayman GT4 • Dodge Viper SRT10 ACR-X • Porsche 911 GT3 RS|
| Mercedes-Benz SLR McLaren 722 Edition||Mercedes-Benz SLR McLaren 722 Edition||Mini Cooper S Roadster • Alfa Romeo MiTo GTA • Chevrolet Camaro GS • Ford Focus RS • Maserati GranTurismo Sport • Ferrari 458 Italia • Cadillac CTS-V Coupe Race Car • Mercedes-Benz SL 65 AMG Black Series|
| Yamaha FZ-10||Yamaha FZ-10||Suzuki GSX-R750 • Kawasaki Z800 • KTM 1290 Super Duke R • Yamaha YZF-R6 • Ducati Monster 1200 • Ducati SuperSport S • BMW S 1000 RR • Suzuki Hayabusa|
| Zenvo ST1||Zenvo ST1||Geely GC9 • Donkervoort D8 GTO • Volkswagen Golf Design Vision GTI • Jaguar F-TYPE Project 7 • Ferrari F50 • 2010 Bentley Continental Supersports • Lamborghini Aventador LP 700-4 • Jaguar XJ220S|
| Lightning LS-218||Lightning LS-218||Suzuki GSX-R750 • Kawasaki Z800 • KTM 1290 Super Duke R • Yamaha YZF-R6 • Ducati Monster 1200 • Ducati SuperSport S • BMW S 1000 RR • Kawasaki Ninja H2R|