The Ford has stolen all the eyes and limelight of the Detroit Motor show with an all-new Ford GT supercar has surprised the press and public alike.
The new Ford GT is all set to go on sale in 2016, features carbon-fibre body and powered by 600bhp 3.5-litre twin-turbocharged V6 engine. It fairly looks similar to the last model – it’s still very low, tear-dropped shaped with aggressive gaping grille at the front but under the skin is very different.
The new GT has been built to celebrate the 50th anniversary of the GT finishing line of 1-2-3 win at the 1966 Le Mans..
Unique carbon fibre body
- Weight was a major focus for the Ford engineers and this time to reduce the overall weight, Ford have built this all-new GT with advanced lightweight composites and broad application of structural carbon fibre elements.
- The carbon fibre is been called one of the world’s strongest materials for its mass – enables an ultra-stiff foundation for chassis components and create overall lighter package for increased dynamic performance and efficiency.
- All the above factors helps to increase capabilities – handling, braking, acceleration, safety and efficiency – can improve through the use of advanced lighter materials.
New stylist interior with flat bottomed steering wheel
The new model, grab your eyes towards the middle of the dash and new shaped flat bottomed steering wheel. Gone are the perfectly judged, nine-holed sports seats of 2005’s car and has new tactic toggle switches and gripping the round wheel in one hand as you do so normally.
However we think, the interior does not matches the outside. The exterior is undoubtedly eye catching and stylist plus its 600hp steroid injection takes the car to the different world and fulfil the needs of super car.
Super-powerful 600bhp V6 engine
The new 2016 Ford GT has surprised much of the motoring inducing by taking away V8 engine of the original or 2005 second generation GT model, replaced by a twin-turbo Ecoboost V6 engine producing north of 600hp. It’s 3.5 litre unit has already proven in endurance racing and now you can seen into the GT plus its seven-speed dual-clutch automatic gearbox completes the powerful hardware which is most important for the supercar.
Its 20 inch big alloy wheels and Michelin Plot Super Sport Cup 2 tyres complete the super-high performance package.
Pricing details has not been announced but expect to be upwards of the £150,000 of the second-generation model. Production will begin in 2016 – and we are waiting for the new GT with loads of temptation…