The Ford GT is back with an amazing determination to thrive and be better. The efforts are well displayed in the numbers that this car produces. The exterior design and an engine change further cement the Ford GT’s competitive presence on race tracks.
The older generation of the Ford GT carried a V-8 supercharged engine. The new generation, however, has a V6 engine that takes 3.5-liter and is turbocharged.
This engine is also found on the Ford F-150 Raptor and will produce 647 horsepower while doing 550 lb-ft of torque. Sending power to the rear wheels is a seven-speed dual-clutch automatic transmission that can help the Ford spring to 60 mph in just 3.0 secs.
It is also a comparatively easy car to drive in many aspects. Attention has also been given to the GT’s interior with a lot of futuristic getting a chance on the dash and the entire cabin.
So good is it that someone said, “it looks like a spaceship from the future.” Yet, the interior keeps things rather minimal given that this is a track-focused car. Instead of adjustable seats, Ford gave the GT adjustable pedals and steering wheel to fit the driver’s preferred driving position.
The most noticeable element of its bodywork is the extreme aerodynamic offerings. From the flying buttresses to the hollow rear light spaces meant to draw some air form the intercoolers, this vehicle attempts an all-round approach.
It is poised to take the race tracks by storm. It has already shown prospects of being a great racer in spite of its hefty price.
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