The Ford 2017 GT will be a heritage edition to pay homage to a historic win.
The all new Ford GT 2017 is something that you must look for if you have a keen eye for new and exciting cars. This beautiful black and grey car will give you loads to think for. The car with silver stripes will celebrate 1966 LeMans winning GT40 Mark II racing car which was driven by Bruce McLaren and Chris Amon.
The Ford GT is paying tribute to this no. 2 historic racing car by making the 2017 model dedicate to it. This exclusive range of cars will feature special colors, specified interior and many more fantastic features to choose from.
Raj Nair, Ford’s Executive vice president said that this new Ford GT’ 66 Heritage 2017 is the best way to play tribute to the best kind of history associated with our vehicles. He said that GT was associated with Le Mans from a long time and it’s the best way to remember historic victories of 1966.
“Celebrating the anniversary of Ford’s historic victories at Le Mans has always been a part of the return of the Ford GT,” said Raj Nair, Ford executive vice president, product development, and chief technical officer. “The 2017 Ford GT ’66 Heritage Edition is a stunning tribute to the car that kicked off Ford’s string of Le Mans victories in 1966.”
Ford GT 66’ Heritage 2017 will showcase a Shadow Black exterior. Customers will be able to choose from a glossy finish or a matt finish with silver stripes. These stripes are a symbol for the 1966 winning race car. Studded with 20 inches on piece forged aluminum wheels in satin clear coat and black lug nuts, this car is an absolute beauty for eyes.
It has carbon fiber seats with ebony leather. The seats will have pillowed inserts and plow through stitching. The car has basic looks that are pretty similar to the 1966 model however the technology used in the car is pretty much state of the art according to today’s technology.
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Ford GT ’66 Heritage Edition limited quantities will be available for the 2017 model year only.