Close-up of the 2nd generation Ford GT supercar produced in 2016

This Ford GT belongs to the 2nd generation, produced at the end of 2016 and only 250 units per year.




The highlight in the vehicle structure is the cockpit made from carbon fiber. The volume of the vehicle arranged between the front and rear axles is 43% and 57%, respectively. Ford only offers 8 exterior color options for the Ford GT. The car in Vietnam owns Liquid Red red paint, comes with additional gray decal strips.



A notable highlight of the car is the optional carbon fiber wheel, which makes the car lighter by 1 kg compared to the version made from cast aluminum. However, if damaged, the owner must completely replace this part. In addition, the car is also equipped with a high-performance brake system from Brembo.



The car's bonnet is heavily cut to increase aerodynamics. This detail is inspired by the Ford GT40 racing cars.



The vehicle is equipped with a high-performance LED technology headlight system. Inside the light cluster is also engraved with the GT logo.



Similar to the front of the car, the rear of the car is also cut boldly, giving the car an eye-catching appearance and achieving a lower wind resistance coefficient. The most prominent is the electrically adjustable spoiler system, allowing the driver to change the downforce when necessary.



Ford GT owns a dual exhaust system that is placed higher than many other models. This detail is also inspired by the Ford GT40 race cars. The original exhaust system of the car has been modified, replaced by the Akrapovic tuning company.



Powering the car is the EcoBoost V6 engine block, 3.5L twin-turbo capacity, producing 656 horsepower and 746 Nm of torque. With the 2020 version onwards, the capacity of the vehicle increases to 669 horsepower.



With the above parameters, Ford GT completed a distance of 400 m in about 10.8 seconds. The car is capable of accelerating from 0-100 km / h in 3 seconds before reaching a maximum speed of 348 km / h.





Ford will select and appoint potential customers with great passion for the brand.

Close-up of the 2nd generation Ford GT supercar produced in 2016 Close-up of the 2nd generation Ford GT supercar produced in 2016 Reviewed by Dang Nhan on May 26, 2022 Rating: 5

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