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2017 Ford GT, Pristine, No Restrictions, Custom Martini Graphics, Full PPF!!
Currently one of the most sought after collectibles, this 2017 Ford GT has just 927 miles and is completely OFF RESTRICTION!
Finished in Frozen White with Lightning Blue Overtop Stripes, the entire car has been protected front to back with PPF and the unique Martini & Rossi Graphics Package was professionally installed on top of the PPF and can be easily removed if desired. Vossen Monoblock Wheels were added to compliment the graphics and the Glossy Black Factory Wheels are included. The Launch Edition interior is absolutely beautiful. Car includes all owners accessories and is absolutely pristine.
Factory Options Include:
- Equipment Group 200A
- 6 Point Harness Anchors
- Lightning Blue Overtop Stripes
- Ext Carbon Fiber Pkg - Gloss
- Leather Wrapped Steering Wheel
- Blue Brake Calipers
- 20" Gloss Painted Forged Wheels
- Ford GT Outdoor Cover - Blue
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About the 2017 Ford GT:
At the 2015 North American International Auto Show, a new, redesigned Ford GT was shown to the public. The car marked 50 years since the GT40 won the 1966 24 Hours of Le Mans.
The design of the new GT began with its aerodynamics package, which was closely related to the ultimate focus of the design team of creating a successful Le Mans race car. Low downforce and aerodynamic efficiency were of primary importance in the development of the exterior of the car, and this drove designers to pursue a 'teardrop profile' as often seen in LMP1 cars.
The powertrain of the new GT, therefore, became a secondary criteria to the external design and aerodynamic performance of the car. Although a V8 and even a V12 engine were both considered, it was ultimately decided to use Ford's EcoBoost V6 engine due to the degrees of freedom that the compact engine gave designers.
Like its predecessor, the new Ford GT is only offered as a 2-door coupe with the mid-rear layout, for the purpose of improved stability by keeping the center of gravity near the middle. The new GT's weight distribution is 43% front and 57% rear.
The car is powered by a 3.5L twin-turbocharged Ford EcoBoost V6 engine with larger turbochargers, an aluminum intake manifold, a custom dry sump lubrication system, unique camshafts and higher strength rotating and timing drive components rated at 647 HP and 550 lb⋅ft of torque.
The engine is paired to a Getrag 7DCL750 7-speed dual-clutch transmission, a unit found in similar applications like the Ferrari 458 sports cars.
Underpinning the new GT is a carbon fiber monocoque bolted to aluminum front and rear subframes covered in carbon fiber body panels. The windshield of the vehicle is made of Gorilla Glass which is used to reduce the weight of the vehicle by allowing for a thinner windscreen with the same strength as a normal glass windscreen. The GT employs a four-stage external dry sump oil pump and has an oil capacity of 15.3 US quarts.
The new GT uses a pushrod suspension system, which move the primary components of the suspension inboard and provide space for the large aerodynamic elements in the bodywork of the car. The suspension is hydraulically adjustable, and the ride height can drop from 4.7 inches in comfort mode to 2.8 inches in Track or Vmax modes. These drive modes also dynamically adjust the dampening component of the suspension, which consists of two springs stacked in series. In Track and Vmax modes, one of these springs is completely locked to increase the overall spring rate of the system. The car also has a front-axle lifting system for clearing road obstacles and steep entry angles.
The most prominent exterior features of the new GT are the open airflow tunnels built into the rear fenders of the car, referred to as the 'flying buttresses'. These large aerodynamic elements, enabled by the compact V6 engine and pushrod suspension design, channel air around the teardrop-shaped cockpit over the rear spoiler for increased downforce. The front end of the GT features a GT40-inspired cutaway nose and vents in the hood that pass oncoming air over the top of the car. The rear features a large diffuser and hollow circular tail lights that expel air taken in by vents built into the flying buttresses.
The active rear spoiler of the GT can adjust and adapt to different driving conditions and modes depending on how much downforce is needed. In Track mode, a gurney flap will extend from the trailing edge of the wing to further increase downforce, and the wing will flip vertical to help stop the car under heavy braking.
The new GT has a claimed top speed of 216 MPS. In steady-state cornering on a skid pad, the GT can achieve 1.11 g of lateral acceleration, and the car is capable of braking from 70 MPH to a stop in 145 FT. 0-60 is reached in 3.0 Sec and the quarter mile is conquered in 10.8 Seconds at 134 MPH.
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