At the Geneva Motor Show, Ford exhibits the limited edition Ford GT '66 Heritage Edition at its stand. Celebrating Ford's 1966 Le Mans victory, the model features a Shadow Black exterior in a gloss or matte finish with silver stripes and exposed carbon fiber, number 2 graphics on the hood and doors. and 20-inch forged aluminum wheels in one piece with a satin gold finish and black lug nuts.
The Ford GT is equipped with a 6-liter EcoBoost V3.5 engine with an SAE approval of 647 hp and 745 Nm of torque for the United States. Its top speed of 347 km / h makes it the fastest mass-produced Ford vehicle in company history.
The sports car features a customizable display that incorporates racing-inspired graphics and text designed to reduce driver distraction and automatically reconfigures based on five driving modes: Normal, Wet, Sport, Track and V-max.
The road version of the Ford GT, built with a carbon fiber chassis and active aerodynamics, reflects the high performance of the Ford Chip Ganassi team's racing Ford GT that won the 24 2016 Hours of Le Mans, which can also be seen in Geneva.
Ford made a historic return to Le Mans last year and achieved victory in the LM GTE Pro class in the racing Ford GT exactly 50 years after taking the podium in the 1966 edition of the race.
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