Ford GT

  • Rare color combination
  • New car condition
  • 2.600 KM from new
  • Incl. major service
Interior:Leather | black
Gearing Type:Manual
Mileage:2.600 KM
Power:550 PS
Price:379.000,- € (incl. 19% VAT) | 318.500,- € net export

* Fuel consumption: (DIN 70030) 17,0 L super determined at 3/4 of maximum speed, maximum of 110 km / h below surcharge of 10% (factory specification)

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The Ford GT

The legendary Ford GT 40, a mid-engined sports car developed by motorsport enthusiasts exclusively for racing purposes, has become such a strong brand that it has become synonymous. Various Le Mans victories and the aura of unbeatability accompanied the much-noticed and honored ascent of the US mid-engine athlete to the international sports car Olympus. The charismatic winner from the Roaring Sixties was very popular in the motorsport magazines of the time and thus in the hearts of fans, but not very often on the public roads. Desirability has been aroused for a long time - but so far, at least the factory has not met it. There were no fewer than a dozen replicas for this. The fact that, after around four decades of starvation, a Ford named GT is finally taking on the legitimate legacy of the GT 40 is a blessing insofar as it quotes the original in an almost admirable way - without even appearing suggestive. Although it has grown in length, width and, above all, in height and has also increased in weight due to its primarily civil use, it reveals breathtaking proportions and fascinating views from wherever you look at it. The new GT knows how to brilliantly transfer the essence and aura of its charismatic ancestor into the present. And he doesn't even have to take the arduous path of physical activity to gain recognition. In particular, with the significant longitudinal stripe over the astral body, a brilliant authenticity is produced. Even the nominal benchmarks are unquestionably made to pay respect to the GT: 550 hp at civilian 6,500 rpm, 774 Newton meters at 4,500 rpm and a liter output of just under 102 hp per liter of displacement - this series of figures makes it clear that at least in terms of the engine, all the stops were drawn. The 90-degree V8, which is exemplary installed on the lowest level just in front of the rear axle, is an extreme long-stroke engine in keeping with its US origins: the distance of the 90-millimeter-thick pistons between bottom and top dead center is 105.8 millimeters. In addition, the eight-cylinder, controlled by two overhead camshafts and a total of 32 valves, not only has a displacement of just over 5.4 liters. It is also pressurized by a neatly and space-saving compressor integrated into the V between the two cylinder banks with a boost pressure of a maximum of 0.83 bar. Subjectively, due to this combination of a comparatively low-revving reciprocating engine and a high-revving compressor, you think you're confronted with an at least seven-liter naturally aspirated V8, which in turn draws a bow to the ancestor GT 40. That one actually went to the Le Mans start with a seven-liter unit in its strongest specification. Excitement or nervousness is forbidden in this engine environment, which is characterized by size and volume. What can be described with sovereign composure - namely the type of power delivery - is in truth a show of strength of brutal intensity. Without fuss or noise, the Ford GT arrows from a standing start to speed that makes your eyes water. Meter-long, initially deep black stripes remain in an emergency as evidence of a great performance, which is expressed in numbers as follows: 3.9 seconds to 100 km / h; 11.9 seconds to 200 km / h.

The vehicle offered here is a new Ford GT with a mileage of only 2,600 kilometers. We are handing this car over to its future owner, including a major after-sales service. Our sales staff will be happy to answer any questions you may have at any time. Please note that vehicle inspections are generally only possible by prior appointment.