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By MadManCK
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Shmee got one, Alejandro not. And he was not amused. :lol:
Despite making some valid points about certain Ford enthusiasts who should have gotten one, the basic fault is with Ford. They should just make a couple of 100 of these cool sportscars and not make the same mistake they did with the previous GT. That car was sold for 150.000$ and goes for over 500.000$ now in auctions. Money Ford does not get a single dime from.

https://youtu.be/oSzXJkVxKcc
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By MadManCK
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By MadManCK
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By MadManCK
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Miao wrote:That's not a new video and it was already posted before but in the correct thread for it. :P
viewtopic.php?f=24&t=1938#p36438
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Subbed to Carfection. Must have been in the "new' video inbox... :angry-banghead:
Video is as much about the road car as the track car, so i leave it here. Next time i will check the date better :oops:
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By Miao
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First 2016 Ford GT rolls off the production line. :)
CHRIS BRUCE wrote:Image

Maybe Ford can finally start revealing more details about the supercar like its price and exact engine output.

The automotive world is nearing the two-year anniversary of the Ford GT’s debut in January 2015 at the North American International Auto Show, and now the very first production example is complete. The Blue Oval intends to build 1,000 of them over the next four years, which keeps assembly limited to just 250 units per year.

"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," Raj Nair, Ford executive vice president for global product development, said. "We've achieved both."

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Multimatic, which generally builds race cars, produces the GT at a special low-volume assembly facility in Markham, Ontario, Canada. Ford requires the dealers selling them to have specially trained service technicians and to have trailer available for picking up the supercar up for service appointments.For a vehicle that is now in production, Ford still remains rather shy about divulging details about the GT. For example, the company still only says that the 3.5-liter biturbo EcoBoost V6 produces “over 600 horsepower,” which is incredibly vague. The Blue Oval also doesn’t publicly release the supercar’s price. However, the company already selected the first 500 customers, so presumably the automaker told the buyers about the price. Rumors have estimated the figure around $400,000 before options like carbon fiber wheels.

Because of the limited quantity and high demand, Ford accepted applications from people who wanted to buy the new GT. The company received 6,506 completed entries for the initial run of supercars.

If you’re looking for a more affordable way to experience the new GT, it’s available as a download for Forza Motorsport 6. Next year, Lego will offer the car as part of its affordable Speed Champions line of kits. It comes as a set with a 1966 Ford GT40.
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