If you were one of the lucky early birds who booked a Ford GT way before it was even released to the public at a very small price, you were also one of the lucky members of a car that’s appreciating in value by the day since its debut at 2015 Detroit motor show.
The Ford GT is packaged with the all new 3.5-liter twin-turbo EcoBoost V6 engine that replaces the good ol’ V8 unit with power expected to be well over 600-hp. The new engine is located in the middle of the Ford GT to route power through the rear wheels via an automatic gearbox.
Aside from being an outrageously good looking supercar that pays homage to the original GT, it has so much aerodynamic improvements that will help it reach a top speed that is way more than 200 mph and sprint from 0-60 mph in less than 3.0 seconds. Every aero element on the new Ford GT is functional as one would expect from such a high caliper supercar.
The video shown above takes place at the Ford tunnel testing plant in Allen Park, Michigan where the team explains how the Ford GT glides through air with functional holes, winglets and scoops. Prices are soaring to over $527,000 or around £400,000. With exactly 250 cars being produced every year, the Ford GT is also very limited and prices might topple way over MSRP pretty soon.