Ford GT 2017-2018-2019 for sale and sold

  • €600,000

Ford GT 2017-2018-2019 for sale and sold

  • €600,000

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On Ford GT available in Europe, ask me

Special Series – 2019 Ford GT Heritage Edition

Special Series -Ford GT Carbon Series

  • New 2019 Ford GT Carbon Series is the lightest car in the company’s GT lineup, saving nearly 40 pounds with lightweight innovations such as carbon fiber wheels and a polycarbonate engine cover
  • Bare carbon fiber dual exposed stripes, A-pillars and lower body panels communicate the car’s extra nimbleness for taming tracks
  • Unique optional accent package offers four color choices matching the mirror caps, center stripe and calipers for a striking look that further stands out from the lineup
  • Ford GT Carbon Series can be driven to the track then make the ride home more enjoyable with the retention of the radio, SYNC® 3 and air conditioning, features not available on the earlier Ford GT Competition Series model

DEARBORN, Mich., Oct. 30, 2018 – The Ford GT Carbon Series will be shredding tracks soon as the lightest of the road-going Ford supercars – and unlike its sibling racer, it will want to be driven home after time sheets are collected.

The new limited-edition model drops nearly 40 pounds with a host of lightweighting innovations such as carbon fiber wheels, a titanium exhaust, titanium lugnuts and a polycarbonate rear hatch with additional venting.

Ford engineers added just enough conveniences – air conditioning, a radio and SYNC® 3 – for those customers who want to drive to and from the track in comfort. But they drew the line to keep the weight in check by removing cupholders and the driver’s side seat storage bin.

This third Ford GT special edition features more visible carbon fiber than any previous model, along with optional accent colors, to stand out from the lineup and communicate its chicane cravings.

“The Ford GT Carbon Series stands out on the road with its striking carbon fiber-rich design and on the track with its athleticism,” says Hermann Salenbauch, global director, Ford Performance. “It is yet another example of how we can bring to life our Le Mans-winning supercar in new and exciting ways so our customers can share in that magical legacy.”

The exterior boasts two exposed carbon fiber stripes with matching A-pillars, lower body panels and gloss carbon fiber wheels. The interior features matte carbon fiber sills, air register pods and center console for the most exposed carbon fiber of any Ford GT.

Customers can choose between four optional accent colors – silver, orange, red or blue – for the mirror caps, center stripe and calipers. The Carbon Series also features a unique seat pattern with silver stitching that is repeated on the steering wheel, as well as complementary clear anodized paddle shifters and a unique badge for the instrument panel.

“This is just another example of how we listen to our customers at Ford,” says Lance Mosley, marketing manager, Ford Performance. “While the Ford GT Competition model appeals to hardcore racing enthusiasts, we found more customers asking for more exposed carbon fiber with the air conditioning and radio still intact. So we developed the Carbon Series to satisfy that need, while providing a distinct look.”

Designed for Speed and Performance. From the Ground Up.
Whether on the road or on the track, every single element of the Ford GT was designed to deliver the extraordinary speed and exceptional handling found only in purpose-built racing cars.

3.5L
EcoBoost® V6
647 Horsepower

2017 Ford GT Competition Series

The exterior changes listed on the GT configurator include:

  • Standard Lightweight Gloss Carbon Fiber Wheels with Titanium Lug Nuts
  • Standard Titanium Exhaust System with Unique Titanium Tips
  • Unique Lightweight, Race Inspired Engine Hatch with Perspex Cover and Manual Latch
  • Bulkhead Fitted with Lightweight Gorilla Glass
  • Unique Exposed Gloss Carbon Fiber Stripe
  • Exposed Gloss Carbon Fiber Lowers, Mirror Caps and A-Pillars
  • Available in Shadow Black, Frozen White, Ingot Silver, Liquid Blue, Liquid Grey and Triple Yellow

The interior changes include:

  • Lightweight Ebony Black Alcantara Seats, Instrument Panel and Headliner
  • Exposed Carbon Fiber Console, Air Registers and Door Sills
  • Anodized Red Paddle Shifters, Anodized Red Instrument Panel Chassis Badge, and Red Pedal Adjustment & Emergency Door Release Pull Straps
  • Matte Dark Stainless Bezels, Finishers and Seat X-Brace
  • Unique Instrument Panel Plate and Steering Wheel Bezel
  • Incremental Weight Saving Actions Including Deleted A/C and Radio Hardware

Additionally, the GT Competition Series gets rid of unnecessary luxuries like cupholders in the interior storage bins, all in the name of a lower center of gravity.

2017 Ford GT Production Limited to 250 Per Year.Ford will build 250 GTs a year at Multimatic’s factory. The automaker originally planned a two-year production run, but recently extended it another two years following strong demand.(4 years total 1000 cars)
Purchasing the supercar wasn’t easy. Ford devised an extensive application process resulting in over 6,500 eager buyers for the first 500 units. In addition to a lengthy questionnaire, applicants were asked to submit a video explaining why Ford should pick them to own its latest supercar.

AN reports that GTs built on the third year of production will go to customers selected from the original waitlist. The fourth-year cars will apparently require a new round of applications, though it’s unclear if it’ll be as extensive as the original process.
At the 2015 North American International Auto Show and at the unveiling of Forza Motorsport 6, a new Ford GT was introduced and is set to be produced and released in 2016. It will mark 50 years since the GT40 won the 1966 24 Hours of Le Mans and has run successfully in the 2016 24 Hours of Le Mans to mark the anniversary, winning their class.

Ford GT at the 2015 Geneva Motor Show
The car is to be powered by a newly designed 3.5 liter twin-turbocharged EcoBoost V6 engine making 647 hp (482 kW; 656 PS) and 550 lb·ft (746 N·m) of torque. According to Ford, “the GT will exhibit one of the best power-to-weight ratios of any production car,” thanks to its lightweight carbon fiber construction. Underpinning the GT is a carbon fiber monocoque bolted to aluminum front and rear subframes covered in carbon fiber body panels. The car also has racing inspired pushrod suspension, active aerodynamics, and dihedral doors. The windshield of the vehicle is made of Gorilla Glass manufactured by Corning, which is also used for smartphone screens. Gorilla Glass is used to reduce the weight of the vehicle by allowing for a thinner windscreen with the same strength.

Beginning in December 2016, Ford plans to build the GT at a rate of one car per day until October 2020. 2017 and 2018 model year vehicles will be reserved for selected GT buyers, 2019 vehicles for buyers passed over in the initial selection process, and 2020 vehicles for new customers.
The car is sold out from Ford





Price: 600000
Year: 2016
HP: 647
KMH: On Ford GT available in Europe, ask me

Designed for Speed and Performance. From the Ground Up.
Whether on the road or on the track, every single element of the Ford GT was designed to deliver the extraordinary speed and exceptional handling found only in purpose-built racing cars.

3.5L
EcoBoost® V6
647 Horsepower

2017 Ford GT Competition Series

The exterior changes listed on the GT configurator include:

  • Standard Lightweight Gloss Carbon Fiber Wheels with Titanium Lug Nuts
  • Standard Titanium Exhaust System with Unique Titanium Tips
  • Unique Lightweight, Race Inspired Engine Hatch with Perspex Cover and Manual Latch
  • Bulkhead Fitted with Lightweight Gorilla Glass
  • Unique Exposed Gloss Carbon Fiber Stripe
  • Exposed Gloss Carbon Fiber Lowers, Mirror Caps and A-Pillars
  • Available in Shadow Black, Frozen White, Ingot Silver, Liquid Blue, Liquid Grey and Triple Yellow

The interior changes include:

  • Lightweight Ebony Black Alcantara Seats, Instrument Panel and Headliner
  • Exposed Carbon Fiber Console, Air Registers and Door Sills
  • Anodized Red Paddle Shifters, Anodized Red Instrument Panel Chassis Badge, and Red Pedal Adjustment & Emergency Door Release Pull Straps
  • Matte Dark Stainless Bezels, Finishers and Seat X-Brace
  • Unique Instrument Panel Plate and Steering Wheel Bezel
  • Incremental Weight Saving Actions Including Deleted A/C and Radio Hardware

Additionally, the GT Competition Series gets rid of unnecessary luxuries like cupholders in the interior storage bins, all in the name of a lower center of gravity.

2017 Ford GT Production Limited to 250 Per Year.Ford will build 250 GTs a year at Multimatic’s factory. The automaker originally planned a two-year production run, but recently extended it another two years following strong demand.(4 years total 1000 cars)
Purchasing the supercar wasn’t easy. Ford devised an extensive application process resulting in over 6,500 eager buyers for the first 500 units. In addition to a lengthy questionnaire, applicants were asked to submit a video explaining why Ford should pick them to own its latest supercar.

AN reports that GTs built on the third year of production will go to customers selected from the original waitlist. The fourth-year cars will apparently require a new round of applications, though it’s unclear if it’ll be as extensive as the original process.
At the 2015 North American International Auto Show and at the unveiling of Forza Motorsport 6, a new Ford GT was introduced and is set to be produced and released in 2016. It will mark 50 years since the GT40 won the 1966 24 Hours of Le Mans and has run successfully in the 2016 24 Hours of Le Mans to mark the anniversary, winning their class.

Ford GT at the 2015 Geneva Motor Show
The car is to be powered by a newly designed 3.5 liter twin-turbocharged EcoBoost V6 engine making 647 hp (482 kW; 656 PS) and 550 lb·ft (746 N·m) of torque. According to Ford, “the GT will exhibit one of the best power-to-weight ratios of any production car,” thanks to its lightweight carbon fiber construction. Underpinning the GT is a carbon fiber monocoque bolted to aluminum front and rear subframes covered in carbon fiber body panels. The car also has racing inspired pushrod suspension, active aerodynamics, and dihedral doors. The windshield of the vehicle is made of Gorilla Glass manufactured by Corning, which is also used for smartphone screens. Gorilla Glass is used to reduce the weight of the vehicle by allowing for a thinner windscreen with the same strength.

Beginning in December 2016, Ford plans to build the GT at a rate of one car per day until October 2020. 2017 and 2018 model year vehicles will be reserved for selected GT buyers, 2019 vehicles for buyers passed over in the initial selection process, and 2020 vehicles for new customers.
The car is sold out from Ford





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Updated on May 18, 2021 at 8:15 am
  • Price: €600,000
  • Year Built: 2016

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