The Ford GT was the big story coming out of the Detroit Auto Show in January. It got the entire car world talking — and breaking down the details of the exotic supercar, which Ford says will crank out more than 600 horsepower. The GT will also take Ford back to the 24 Hours of Le Mans in 2016, just in time to evoke the car maker’s 1-2-3 finish there in 1966.
There’s certainly no shortage of bold statements on this set of wheels, which was created by Ford’s design VP, Moray Callum, and his team.
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