Subsequent Ford GT Heritage Version introduced earlier than debut at Pebble Seashore
This Heritage Version encompasses a bespoke Wimbledon white paint end offset by a black bonnet and stripe based mostly on the livery seen on the 5 prototype GT40s from 1964. The wheels are the non-obligatory carbonfibre items from CarbonRevolution, however on this case painted in a darkish shade of blue that matches different small decals on the bodywork. All the usual GT’s non-obligatory carbonfibre parts together with the splitter, sills and diffuser are additionally customary match.
Inside, Ford’s mixed matt-finish carbonfibre parts on the doorways, sprint and centre console contrasted with blue Alcantara finishes. The seats are additionally wrapped on this identical blue Alcantara, whereas the roof lining, steering wheel and pillars are completed in plain black.
The brand new GT Heritage Version might be revealed on the garden at Pebble seaside alongside the only remaining 1964 Ford GT prototype which has the chassis quantity GT/105, making it the ultimate prototype to be constructed of the 5 authentic.
No costs or numbers have been confirmed by Ford at this stage, however with no Heritage mannequin but being inbuilt numbers larger than 50 items – we’d recommend this because the restrict. It joins earlier editions that referenced Gulf and Daytona liveries, and can coincide with the top of GT manufacturing subsequent 12 months.