It has been several months since the Ford GT made it’s surprise debut at the Detroit Auto Show, finally it appears Ford engineers are taking the hypercar out into the wild for testing.
This test mule was recently spotted by Chris Doane Automotive LLC courtesy of GTspirit:
Gone temporally is the stunning blue paint from the launch car in Detroit, in fact there is no paint at all by the looks of things. In addition the whole car looks like it’s been cobbled together by hand rather than factory built, I mean there is no rear bumper at all on this version. We can only assume that this will be fixed by the time it hits production unless Ford are going for the Mad Max look.
The new version of Ford GT boasts a lightweight, carbon fiber derived body as well as a all new twin-turbo EcoBoost V-6 prodiucing over 600BHP. The motor is mated to a seven-speed dual clutch automatic gearbox.