What’s Next For The Ford GT Supercar?
That raises a lot of tantalizing possibilities. The Ford GT Mk II, of which only 45 will be built, weighs some 200 pounds less than the road car and pumps out an extra 53 horsepower, bringing the total to 700. Incredibly, that’s about 200 more horsepower than the FIA- and IMSA-spec Ford GT race cars, while downforce is a staggering 400 percent greater thanks to a new chin splitter, fender vents, canards, and a massive wing.
But that car is also nearly three times the starting price of a “regular” Ford GT, and a lot of that equipment could prove prohibitively expensive to implement.
In terms of sheer power, the GT has been handily outclassed by the new 2020 Shelby GT500 Mustang and its 760-horsepower 5.2-liter V8. Ford will have to sort something out in order to decisively hand the title of ultimate halo car back to the GT, and we can’t wait to see what they come up with.
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