About two years ago we saw the auto show of Ford GT at the 2015 Detroit . We’ve had plot of GT news since then. Today, the first of Ford’s newest supercar rolls off the assembly line at the Multimatic facility in Markham, Ontario. It will eventually get to one of the few lucky ones who got on the list.
Dealers needed to spend $30,000 in development of the new supercar
We saw prototypes out in the wild testing in all kinds of weather situations. Dealers needed to spend $30,000 in development of the new supercar. Along with third and fourth place GT took its class at Le Mans. Keen applicants are waiting to hear if they can get an opportunity to even buy the 2017 GT. And we’ve been waiting for this day very patiently .
“When we kicked off 2016, we had two primary objectives for our Ford GT supercar: to excel at Le Mans and to start deliveries before year-end,” says Ford executive vice president, Raj Nair. He’s a global product development, and chief technical officer. “We’ve achieved both, he sais.
He also added: “For everyone involved in designing and developing this car, including all of our employees and suppliers, this is a moment to celebrate” . “The all-new Ford GT is a showcase of our strength in innovation and our commitment to delivering more for our customers — especially related to lightweight materials, aerodynamics and EcoBoost engine technologies.”
The 2017 Ford GT has a a 3.5-liter twin-turbocharged EcoBoost V6, which is supposed to make more than 600 hp. The engine is all about new technologies such as low-friction roller-finger-follower valvetrain and port/direct dual fuel-injection.