The new generation of the Ford GT supercar will be produced in just 250 units annually and it will be priced similarly to a Lamborghini Aventador.
The newest supercar to come out of Detroit, the Ford GT, has recently made its public debut on the Old Continent during the 2015 Geneva Motor Show. During the presentation, officials within the company have revealed to the press that production of the new GT will be standing in at approximately 250 units annually and that this will be priced similarly to the Lamborghini Aventador. This means that in Europe it should cost about 300,000 euros while in the United States it will be setting you back for about 400,000 USD.
The previous version of the Ford GT has been put together in about 4,000 units, over its lifetime, and the new one would have to stay into production for more than 16 years in order to equal it. As you probably already know by now, the brand new Ford GT will be hitting the production line at the end of 2016 and this will make it a 2017 model year. Its design is evolutionary and it is coming with new graphics and revised lighting units, along with new technologies. The 2017 Ford GT has a mid-mounted V6 turbocharged engine under its hood, connected to a 7-speed dual clutch transmission, which is sending power to the rear-wheel drive. More details on the supercar remain unknown at this time.