2017 Ford GT official information
Dearborn (USA), In January 2015 Ford at the North American International Auto Show in Detroit surprised the audience with the new edition of the GT. This has been a good two years, and the car has been produced since last month. However, Ford did not yet provide official information on technical data and driving performance. Now the long overdue numbers have finally arrived. As expected, the new 2017 Ford GT will be extremely fast and extremely powerful.
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Ford GT 2017 with 647 horsepower and 550 lb-ft
The dry weight of the 4.76 meters long and 2.24 meters wide (with exterior mirrors) Ford GT 2017 is 3,045 pounds. The fact that a 3.5-liter V6 Twin-turbo engine is used in the engine room was already known. New 2017 Ford GT produces 647 horsepower at 6,250 rpm and reaches its maximum torque of 550 lb-ft of torque at 5,900 rpm. The top speed is given by Ford at 216 mph, making Ford GT became the fastest production car in the history of Ford. The average consumption of almost 17 liters per 100 kilometers (according to US-American cycle).
Ford GT faster than Ferrari and McLaren?
We still owe Ford a 0-100 km / h time. There are comparable times, because the manufacturer has already sent the GT through the Calabogie Motorsports Park. The car needed 2: 09.8 minutes for the approximately five kilometer race track in Ottawa. A Ferrari 458 Speciale (2: 12.9 minutes) and a McLaren 675LT (2: 10.8 minutes) were each a few seconds slower. And where we are at small numbers: a holiday with lots of luggage you can forget with the Ford GT. The luggage compartment holds only eleven liters.
2017 Ford GT release date and price
2017 Ford GT release date will be announced in a few months, probably in March or April 2017, so waiting for this supercar. Ford GT 2017 Price not yet announced but we are still guessing around $ 400k sounds reasonable. 675LT which came in at $ 376K; 488 GTB significantly less than $ 245K.
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