A prototype of the new Ford GT supercar has been spotted recently at a gas station.
After it has been shown on the Old Continent in a premiere at the 2015 Geneva Motor Show, the new Ford GT generation is being placed into the spotlights once again. The images posted below are showing us a prototype version of the model wearing some camouflage on its body but because of its appealing lines, it is attracting a lot of attention. The model is currently being tested out by the blue oval but if you have your eyes on one, be prepared for a long wait, as this should hit the assembly line sometimes next year.
The new generation of the Ford GT will be coming as a 2017 model year, in 2016, and it has an evolutionary design, new graphics, revised lighting units and some new technologies. The supercar also has a mid-mounted V6 turbocharged engine under its hood, with more than 600 HP, which is connected to a 7-speed dual clutch transmission. Power is being sent to the rear-wheel drive but no exact performance figures on the exotic ride have been announced so far. The previous version of the Ford GT has been produced in approximately 4,000 units, throughout its lifetime, and the new one is believed to equal it in 16 years. Additional details on the 2016 Ford GT are limited at this point.