From its 3.5L EcoBoost technology to its ultra-efficient aerodynamics, the Ford GT is the culmination of everything we love about the American multinational automaker. Releasing an all-new Heritage Edition GT in honour of its predecessor’s groundbreaking 24 hour Daytona and Le Mans win, this 2021 supercar was designed for optimal speed and performance, on both the road and track.
Ford Reminisces The Good Ol’ Days With a GT Heritage Edition Coupe
Showcasing exceptional handling, the Ford GT Heritage Edition coupe encompasses over 647 horsepower, within its lightweight carbon fibre and aluminium-clad body. With long suspension arms, an inboard damper packaging deliver track, red Brembo carbon-ceramic brakes, and a twin-turbocharged, intercooled EcoBoost 3.5 litre V6 engine, the Ford GT Heritage Edition is characterised by its Frozen white exterior, inspired by the original Mark II Ford GT40’s red, white, and black colourway.
As an ideal picture of formidable class, the Ford GT Heritage Edition coupe features an interior wheel and dash, trimmed in black Alcantara, with red paddle shifters and Alcantara racing seats, alongside 98 roundels on its doors and one-piece Heritage Gold 20-inch forged-aluminium wheels.
Set for delivery in 2021, brand-enthusiasts can anticipate an indefinite cease of production for the highly exclusive Ford GT Heritage Edition coupe by 2022.
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