This near-completed testing prototype has been surprised while undergoing final fine tuning procedures in Colorado – with the military green most likely a good match to the desert hue.
The US automaker has promised its first examples of the very expensive $400,000+ 2017 Ford GT will live up to the promises when they reach their first customers before the year runs its course. The Blue Oval company has tasked Roush to bring some of its prototypes on a cross-country tour to harness feedback and secure some last minute fine tuning adjustments. This is how one of them has been spotted and the Roush test driver also confessed to the car’s many miles racked all over the United States.
This particular example is covered in a matte green hue and also has provisional dual exhaust that look like the smoking barrels of a dual gun. Ford hasn’t even revealed the complete specifications of the model, but we do know the biturbo 3.5-liter V6 will output in excess of 600 hp (447 kW) and thus make the carbon fiber-bodied GT able to “exhibit one of the best power-to-weight ratios of any production car.“ Ford has decided to cap production at 250 units annually and has so far completed the order roster for the first two years of production.