It's the latest in a long line of cars to bear this legendary name
The Ford GT needs little introduction
This is far from the retro-flavoured rocketship of the previous Ford GT, though
This latest Ford GT is strictly cutting edge
And there's no doubting where the Ford GT belongs...
...every aspect of its design increases its focus as a master of the race track
The Ford GT is as close as you can get to a Le Mans race car for the road
With over 600bhp from a 3.5-litre, twin-turbocharged EcoBoost V6 engine...
...216mph is possible, while 0-62mph takes less than three seconds
Away from the track, the handling and grip isn't diminished at all...
...but the Ford GT's massive size makes it tricky to place on normal roads
If you have the space in which to properly use it, though, the Ford GT delivers thrills that few cars can equal.
The bodywork has been designed with maximum aerodynamic downforce in mind
The doors open out and up on semi-dihedral hinges
Access isn't easy, as wide sills are necessary for added stiffness
The unique shape of the Ford GT is defined by function
The high-mounted exhaust pipes minimise the distance exhaust gases have to travel
Though the front of the Ford GT recalls its predecessors, this is is purely a mark of respect
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