This is the latest limited-edition iteration of the Ford GT supercar.
It’s fast as heck and it looks awesome but, as you can imagine, it is also supremely expensive.
In fact, you could buy seven Lamborghini Huracáns for the same price.
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This being a track-focused car, Ford was able to throw caution (and road rules) to the wind.
It’s lower, wider and longer than the standard model, thanks to its new Long Tail design and the new wing.
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Ford then added a new front splitter, new aero discs for the wheels, and new air scoops on the side.
Everything you see here, by the way, is made from carbon fiber.
Under the hood, you’ll find the same 3.5-liter twin-turbocharged V6 that powers the road-going model.
However, in this case Ford was able to extract over 800 hp from the engine.
Production is limited to 67 units, a tribute to the original 1967 Ford GT racing car that beat Ferrari at Le Mans.
This new track-focused supercar will set you back $1.7 million, and deliveries are scheduled for 2023.
About the Ford GT
The modern-day Ford GT is the direct descendant of the original Ford GT40 that won the 24 Hours of Le Mans four times in a row in the 1960s.
This well-known story was immortalized in the 2019 Hollywood flick ‘Ford v Ferrari’, starring Christian Bale as British race car driver Ken Miles and Matt Damon as Carroll Shelby.
The first one came out in 2004 and it was powered by a V8, while the second-gen model was unveiled in 2015 and it has a V6 in it.
Production of the original Ford GT is capped at 1,350 units, starting at $500,000.