For anyone who wants to drive a legal road-use race car, just raise around $500,000 and somehow get a chance to buy a 2022 Ford GT
Sure, the overpriced Ford GT won’t impress Ferrari and McLaren owners with its raw performance figures, but it will shock and awe anyone lucky enough to drive it.
The new car features a twin-turbocharged 3.5 litter V6 similar to the Ford F150 Raptor producing 660 horsepower and 550 pound-feet of torque with the V6 mated to seven twin engines
It still delivered decent acceleration times for the supercar. Driving the GT is surprisingly easy, and the big car feels light and nimble from behind the wheel.
The 2022FordGT will continue to be powered by a 3.5liter twinTurbo V6,producing 660horsepower equivalent and 550poundFeet of torque.The engine is mated to a lightning-Fast7speed automatic transmission
From the side, no one would have difficulty recognizing the unique and complex aerodynamic elements, such as “large flight-supporting side body struts and wide front and rear fenders.
With the priority on driving the GT, it doesn’t offer INF&CON features that most modern cars do. It still has a 6.5-inch touchscreen that supports Ford’s Sync 3 software.
This special edition livery features Wimbledon White paint and plenty of Antimatter Blue exterior detailing.These extend from the racing stripes on the roof to the 20-inch carbon fibre
Ford hasn’t released official pricing for the 2022 GT, but we expect the supercar to continue to start at $500,000. While that means most of us will never own that exotic Ford