The North American based automaker Ford is currently working on a new Ford GT, and the new generation of the supercar might hit the market by 2016.
Even if there is no official word on a possible new generation of the Ford GT, the company’s CEO, Alan Mulally, along with the Ford global product chief, Derrick Kuzak, left more gaps open than “problems solved” while being interviewed by Automobile magazine. Kuzak was asked about a possible successor to the GT, and after a long pause and unmoving eyes, trying to find the right response, Mulally stepped in and saved the day.
“All I know is, if the ground is wet, they don’t let me drive it. That vehicle levitates”, said Alan Mulally. “Well I think there are certain things that we don’t want to talk about in terms of four-year product plans, if that’s okay”, added Kuzak.
Unfortunately we don’t have any more details on a possible successor to the Ford GT, but as a reminder, the supercar has been manufactured between 2003 and 2006, and only 4,038 units were ever made. The model has been assembled in Wixom, Michigan, United States, and it was being powered by a 5.4 liter supercharged V8 engine, mated to a six-speed manual transmission.