Making a Crazy Car Even Crazier
Ford’s GT is one of the best supercars out there, and the model you see here is a reworking of the already nearly perfect supercar. This isn’t just some new decals and some exterior updates, this vehicle is updated by Mansory and includes a full conversion, a dramatically changed design, and increased performance, according to EVO.
According to EVO, nearly every exterior part has been replaced by a Mansory component. The car features tons of checkered weave carbon fiber and the new exterior adds about 5cm (about 2 inches) to the overall width of the car. If you look at the front end of the car, you’ll notice that practically everything is different. The headlights and the rest have a chiseled and textured appearance that is unlike any other.
On the roof are twin roof scoops, and there are new side intakes too. This body design is here to maximize airflow. The car also gets 21-inch YN.5 wheels instead of the carbon fiber ones that Ford sells the car with. Even the engine cover is replaced with a body-colored Mansory item. The rear diffuser and whole rear end, in general, are reworked to be more aggressive and racecar-like.
One of my favorite parts of this car is the central triple exhaust that exits high on the rear end of the vehicle. That exhaust comes from a 3.5-liter twin-turbocharged V6. It’s the same engine, but there’s a new ECU Mansory has installed and this makes for an additional 62 hp and 70 lb-ft of torque. That puts the full power output at 700 hp and 620 lb-ft of torque.
With the new ECU tune, the car can do 0-60 mph faster than before, though it’s not listed, and the top speed is 220 mph, which is four mph more than the standard car.
To accompany all of these changes, the interior of the car has been fitted with body-colored interior panels. There’s also white and blue Alcantara seats. The price for this conversion has not been announced, but if you need to ask, you can’t afford it. The company plans to only do three of these cars.