A super rare 2020 Ford GT Carbon Series is heading to auction next month.
And the craziest bit – the supercar‘s only got 32 miles on the clock.
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Barrett-Jackson will be taking over Westworld in Scottsdale, Arizona from January 21 through 29.
Sports cars to hot rods and everything in between will be crossing the auction block at its largest event of the year.
And all eyes are going to be firmly on Lot #1390, which is being offered with no reserve.
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One for hardcore racing enthusiasts
A true street-legal race car, the GT can launch to 97 km/h (60 mph) in under three seconds and achieve a top speed of 348 km/h (216 mph).
Powering the GT Carbon Series is Ford’s mid-mounted 3.5-liter twin-turbo EcoBoost V6 engine with increased output of 660hp, compared to the 647hp from previous years.
The engine is mated to a seven-speed Getrag dual-clutch automatic transmission.
This GT, with Chassis No. L173, is a limited-edition Carbon Series, only offered to select Ford customers.
Finished in Frozen White, it boasts a whopping $35,500 in factory options.
These include the Carbon Blue Graphics Package, which features a blue center stripe down the middle of the exposed single carbon-fiber stripe.
It’s also been uniquely optioned with the exposed carbon-fiber side-view mirror caps.
The weight-saving titanium exhaust system is also standard on the Carbon Series cars.
On the inside, this GT features a myriad of carbon-fiber accents.
There’s an F1-inspired carbon-fiber steering wheel wrapped in Alcantara with an integrated LED rev indicator, and six-point harnesses with anchors.
The gloss-exposed carbon-fiber wheels are wrapped in Michelin Pilot Sport Cup 2 tires.
These are brought to a stop by Brembo carbon-ceramic brakes with blue calipers.
This supercar has 32 actual miles and comes with original items, including the window sticker, factory production photos and battery charger.
Ford GT Carbon Series price
Given that the car is now no longer in production after the 2022 model year, this Ford GT Carbon Series is expected to fetch a hefty sum at auction.
Another example, which had slightly more miles on the clock, sold at Jackson-Barrett’s Palm Beach auction earlier this year for $1,540,000.
We’ll be sure to bring you an update of the final sale price.