FORD has finally produced its first ever GT Supercar. Boasting the best power-to-weight ratio of any production car with a top speed smashing 200mph, the GT rolled off the assembly line in Ontario to acclaim in December.
A twin-turbo 3.5 litre V6 engine grinds out more than 600bhp alongide a seven-speed paddleshifter. Streamlining is key and the low weight is achieved in a body largely carved out of lightweight carbon fibre.
The Ford GT debuted at the 2015 Geneva Motor Show and has fulfilled its production target of 2016 in the nick of time. It will cost upwards of €300,000.
The sleek grey supercar is Ford’s answer to the Ferrari range and tops off an exciting year for the timeless manufacturer. In June Ford won at LeMans, exactly 50 years after its historical 1-2-3 victory in 1966.