Ford’s iconic GT is back and it’s the most expensive car ever produced by the US marque. A carbon-fibre supercar, it will set your pulse racing as soon as you place your foot on the accelerator, on or off the racetrack.
Sculpted for speed
The GT is highly contoured to make it super aerodynamic. Thanks to deep creases and moulded bodywork, it is sharp, stunning and it looks poised to sprint even when standing still. Scissor doors make it feel ultra-special and huge tailpipes, a mighty diffuser and honeycomb grille detailing leave no room for modesty.
Ford is releasing the GT in a choice of eight colours, many of which are vivid and eye catching so it never fails to turn heads. You can also choose the colour of the brake callipers with silver, blue, orange and red on offer.
A minimal design makes the GT feel seriously smart. Every control is neatly arranged on the skinny central tunnel, sculpted dashboard or sports-steering wheel. A camera is embedded into the rear diffuser, making parking the beast scrape free. The instrument panel of the GT lights up in different colours depending on which mode you select to enhance the experience.
Constructed mostly from carbon fibre and aluminium, the new Ford GT is ultra-lightweight, making it a dream to drive. Buttresses and the ability to lower the car by 50mm improve the aerodynamics further. Even the rear-wing can change shape while driving to optimise airflow for the fastest performance.
It’s powered by a 3.5-litre V6 engine that puts out a mighty 647bhp which is mid-mounted just behind the seats. Long suspension arms and inboard damper packaging make it perform like a true sports car on the racetrack. Every owner should take the GT to the racetrack at least once to let it reach the hair-raising top speed of 216mph.
Stop sharply and slow down quickly when you need to using the Brembo carbon-ceramic brakes. They’ll keep you safe and help you to get around corners sharpish.
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