Ford stops production of the fastest and most exclusive model
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The Ford GT supercar is being discontinued and its successor is not yet planned. The final limited edition LM Edition was released as parting.
Ford is saying goodbye to the hyper-fast GT supercar. Production of the model will be stopped before the end of the year and lastly, 22 cars will be released in a limited version of the LM Edition. This is reported by the official website of the brand.
The second generation of the Ford GT has been produced since 2016 and in total about 1350 coupes were assembled. While its predecessor had a retro design in the spirit of the famous Ford GT40 of the 60s, the current model looks more modern.
The third generation of the Ford GT is not yet planned. If the model does appear, it will be only a few years later and, most likely, in the form of an electric car.
The farewell Ford GT LM Edition is dedicated to the successful performance of the model in the 2016 24 Hours of Le Mans. Then the Ford supercars took first and third places in their class.
The LM Edition features a special silver body color and 20-inch carbon fiber wheels. The interior of the Ford GT is trimmed in red and black Alcantara (with a different color on the seats), and on the front panel there are commemorative plaques cast from the engine parts of the victorious race car.
From a technical point of view, no change. The Ford GT supercar is equipped with a 3.5-liter 660-horsepower twin-turbo V6 and is capable of accelerating to 100 km/h in 3 seconds and developing 348 km/h. The price starts at $500,000, which is the fastest and most expensive Ford in history.