Back at the 2015 Detroit Auto Show, Ford surprised the automotive world with the debut of a brand new Ford GT supercar. Ford promised a return to Le Mans with the car to commemorate the company’s 50th anniversary of its 1966 overall win.
That was two years ago and, in all the time since, we never knew just how fast the new production GT would be.
The original GT out-performed Ferrari and immediately made Ford a respectable player in the racing world. Since then, Ford’s performance division has cranked out high-performance Mustangs and briefly returned the GT for the 2005-2006 model years, but then seemingly dropped its supercar aspirations until the 2015 surprise debut.
Last week, just more than two years after the debut, Ford has announced the specs on its newest GT. How does it stack up to Ferrari this time? Continue reading >>>