2017 Ford GT 40 is an ultra-high-performance supercar with the best aerodynamics, EcoBoost engine, and lightweight carbon fiber structure. The models will be one of Ford’s best performance cars that will be available for 2020 model year including the F-150 Raptor, Focus RS, Mustang Shelby GT350 and much more. The next year calendar should be the release date for the new GT 40.
2017 Ford GT 40 Exterior
Aerodynamics is the primary focus of the exterior design. To increase the performance the mid-engine of the car, it will receive updates in the area of a multiposition rear wing similar to that of the LaFerrari and McLaren P1. Adjustable ride height and inboard pushrod-actuated damping are added to the active suspension. The 2017 Ford GT 40’s body comes with a combination of the visual updates of the whole chassis. The classic Ford GT40 lends most of the front end design while the overall design receives significant changes.
2017 Ford GT 40 Engine and Performance
3.5-liter twin-turbocharged V6 EcoBoost Engine is the next generation powertrain for the new 2017 Ford GT 40 that should be able to boost above 600 hp. It should be able to generate more than 500 lb-ft of torque if this unit is identical to that of the latest F-150 Raptor with 3.5-liter EcoBoost V6. A 7-speed dual clutch automatic is standard transmission. It could hit 3.2 seconds to accelerate to 60 mph from zero before reaching 200 mph of top speed. Power-boost functions, hybrid components, and kinetic-energy recovery system remains unknown whether Ford will add it to GT 40 or not.
2017 Ford GT 40 Interior
Carbon fiber is the material used for the cabin while aluminum is used for front and rear sub-frames interior. The interior is straightforward and efficient. Gauge cluster is digital that comes with the latest Sync 3 infotainment system in a color touchscreen display. The center console is slimmer as place to sit for transmission selector switch and the ignition start button. The new steering wheel of 2017 Ford GT 40 features a pair of shift paddles.