The newest Blue Oval development to use the GT badge was hand-crafted for endurance racing dominance, but Ford saw fit to make a minimal number available to lucky customers that might show their worth. Even if you had the cash, just those that successfully finished a prolonged application procedure were enabled to purchase one.
With just 1350 ever set to be constructed, and far less signed up here in the UK, the GT is rarer than much of the McLarens, Ferraris and Lamborghinis it shared a paddock with.
Power comes from a 3.5-litre twin-turbocharged V6. It originally produced 638bhp, however saw a minor increase in 2020 to 651bhp with the addition of higher-energy ignition coils and a brand-new type of ‘gallery-cooled’ piston design. Ford declares a sub-3.0 sec time to 60mph and a top speed of 216mph.