New Ford GT Reviews Are In And This 647bhp Le Mans-Winning Race Car is One Special Beast
It won the GTE PRO category at Le Mans in 2016, 50 years after it destroyed Ferrari to exact revenge on a deal gone bad. We’ve seen what the race version of the 2017 Ford GT can do but how does the road car perform against some pretty amazing competition?
The video reviews of the Ford’s new GT supercar in road-going trim are starting to come in and this 1,000 unit series of super Ford awesomeness appears to have hit it out of the park. The 2017 Ford GT costs $450,000 has a carbon fiber tub and a race-spec 3.5-litre engine making a 647 bhp. Trick suspension and aero add to the mystique. Sit back, turn up the volume and enjoy the 2017 Ford GT reviews:
Ford GT Review by DRIVETRIBE
Ford GT, the 647bhp Le Mans-winning race car for the road. DRIVETRIBE’s Jethro Bovingdon delivers his verdict…
2017 Ford GT Video Review by AutoExpress
Join Matt Prior as we take the GT onto the roads in Utah, and onto the track at Utah Motorsport Campus, home of the Ford Performance Racing School, to test it to its limit.
Ford GT review – Le Mans-ready supercar tested | Autocar
2017 Ford GT: Driven On Track – Carfection
The guys at Carfection take the new Ford GT out for a spin on track to see how the road going version is to drive.
2017 Ford GT vs. 2005 Ford GT
The all-new 2017 Ford GT takes on its predecessor, a 2005 Ford GT, to see how these mid-engine machines compare in styling, performance, and long-term investment potential. Executive Publisher and Ford GT owner, Karl Brauer, gives us the scoop.
Is the 2017 Ford GT Worth $500,000?
Doug DeMuro reviews the new 2017 Ford GT to show you all of its cool quirks, interesting technology, awesome features — and its driving experience. Then he answers the ultimate supercar question, is it worth the money?