The Ford GT second generation is the pinnacle of everything done at Ford. It was reborn from a track car developed in the 60’s and now as a production car by Ford. You can guess it’s all about speed. From its optimal shape to its 3.5L Ecoboost, it is built to deliver exceptional performance. It’s designed to provide excellent speed, and different handling only found in racing cars. The rear drive Ford GT is a 2-passenger, 2-door coupe car with a mid-engine.
The teardrop-shaped Ford GT has a double-turbocharged and intercooled DOHC24-valve V-6 engine with aluminum block and heads. It also has port and direct fuel injection with a horsepower of 647hp @6250rpm and a torque 550lb-ft @5900rpm. With a top speed of 216mph and 3497cc, Ford GT has 7-speed dual-clutch automatic with manual shifting mode.
The first generation Ford GT was manufactured and marketed in 2005 by Ford. It has a 5.4L Ford Modular supercharged V8 engine. Its transmission is 6-speed manual. Other than the performance, the exterior and interior design of the first and second generation Ford GT slightly differ. Notably, this is hardly noticeable.
** The Ford GT Should only used enclosed transport services.