2017 Ford GT is radical reboot of a ’60s racing icon. The company has another spiritual successor to the classic with more modern technology than ever.
2017 Ford GT – Review
2017 Ford GT rear of the car looks far more modern than past GTs, with round hips, crisp cuts near the taillights reminiscent of Ferrari, and set of flying buttress wings for extra down force. There is also a huge set of canon exhaust outlets mounted high-center and the lower part features an aggressive rear diffuser. This new and exciting shape is made from carbon fiber to help reduce overall weight. The windshield is sloped and rounded to cut drag while improving visibility, and the rear spoiler will actively adjust based on conditions. 2017 Ford GT as fitting for such machine, the GT’s cockpit is designed for control and usability. The seats are directly integrated into the car’s and gives the driver a better feel for how the car is behaving. New Ford use adjustable steering wheel F1-inspired with all the needed controls for car function mounted to it. This opens up the steering column and gives you uncluttered access to the shift paddles used to control the ’GTs transmission. The gauge cluster is just a large LCD display that is configurable to display carious levels of information. There are multiple modes that can be chosen and activated to display different types of information depending on the type of driving, or driver choice.
2017 Ford GT Strong Engine
2017 Ford GT has a new 3.5-liter, EcoBoost V-6 that makes use of two turbo. This next-generation EcoBoost motor was based on the engine Ford used in its IMSA Daytona Prototype endurance racer. This is the most powerful production EcoBoost ever with more than 600 HP. No word on torque, but expect it to be a similar number. Sending that power to the wheels is a seven-speed, dual-clutch transaxle. Thanks to its low weight, and its huge 20-inch alloys wrapped in sticky Michelin rubber, the 2017 Ford GT should easily break the four-second barrier in the 60-mph sprint, and Top Speed should be in the 200-mph rang.
2017 GT Release date and Price
2017 Ford GT enters production in 2016, and while the company didn’t give any hint at pricing, it’s safe to say the thing won’t be cheap than previous- $140,000. This model has to compete against the new Acura NSX and BMW i8.