The car is named the Ford GT “MKII” with a price tag of $1.2M.
After a week ago’s puzzling mystery, Ford has lifted the wraps off another in-your-face GT supercar yet at the 2019 Goodwood Festival of Speed. Meet the new Ford GT MkII, a restricted release, track-just GT that releases the full performance capability of the incomparable American supercar.
Contrasted with the standard street car, the Ford GT Mk II includes a wealth of streamlined and motor upgrades and offers key highlights with the road lawful GT supercar just as the GT race car. Portage says “many of its segments have been track-demonstrated on the planet’s most testing perseverance dashing occasions.”
Among the new streamlined segments incorporate a huge double component rear wing delivering extraordinary degrees of downforce, an all-new front dashing splitter and diffuser, alongside new bumper louvers and jump planes that help equalization out the additional rear downforce.
As indicated by Ford, these forceful streamlined changes empower the GT Mk II to create more than 400 percent more downforce than the Ford GT. No, that isn’t a grammatical mistake. The fixed streamlined components, race-tuned suspension, and Michelin Pilot Sport hustling tires likewise empower the car to pull in excess of 2 g of parallel grasp.
As you would expect for a track-just supercar, the GT Mk II is likewise lighter and more lithe than its street going kin. The road car’s movable ride tallness and drive modes have been removed, decreasing the car’s weight by 198 pounds, while 5-way customizable DSSV safeguards and a brought down and fixed ride stature improve the car’s dealing with.
In the engine, the Ford GT Mk II is powered by the equivalent 3.5-liter EcoBoost motor as the race car and street car. Nonetheless, since the Mk II isn’t limited by any dashing authorizing, Ford has figured out how to expand the yield to 700 horsepower – that is 200 more horsepower than the race car, making the Mk II the most powerful form of the Ford GT yet. All that power is sent through same seven-speed double grasp transmission as the standard Ford GT however has been uncommonly aligned for track use.
To adapt to this additional power, the GT Mk II highlights inventive motor cooling innovation, including a high limit aerial detachable mounted accuse air cooler of water shower innovation, a rooftop mounted admission reminiscent of the race car motor air admission, and improved stopping power given by the road car’s carbon clay brakes, with 15.5-inch front and 14.1-inch rear Brembo brakes. These are housed in one of a kind manufactured aluminum 19-inch wheels enclosed by Michelin Pilot Sport GT tires.
Inside changes incorporate a bespoke Sparco hustling seat with a six-point dashing saddle and a discretionary traveler situate. A full MoTeC information obtaining framework has likewise been added to give fundamental data to a track racer, which additionally serves as a showcase for the rear camera. Creation of the Ford GT Mk II track car is constrained to 45 vehicles with a $1.2 million beginning cost.
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