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    2 250 km / 1 399 mi
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  • Electric windows
    Climate control
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    Original Condition
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    Liquid Grey - No Stripes
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    Light Speed
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  • Performance 
    647 BHP / 656 PS / 483 kW
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The automotive world was left in awe at the 2015 Detroit Auto Show when Ford pulled back the curtain on a stunning surprise - the 2015 Ford GT. Developed in complete secrecy, Ford’s unveiling of the GT was not just a showcase of a new supercar; it was a declaration of ambition and intent. Ford was deter- mined to create a world-beating supercar and, in a move that harked back to history, announced their plan to take it racing with a singular goal - winning their class at the prestigious 2016 24 Hours of Le Mans, exactly 50 years after Ford’s historic 1-2-3 sweep at the same event with the GT40.
Breaking away from its V-8 engine tradition, the new GT featured a state-of- the-art 3.5-liter twin-turbocharged EcoBoost V-6 engine that produced an astounding 647 horsepower, coupled with a seven-speed Getrag dual-clutch transmission. The GT’s performance was nothing short of mind-blowing. It could accelerate from 0 to 60 mph in a mere 3 seconds, with a top speed that soared to an impressive 216 mph. The adaptive suspension allowed the ride height to drop by two inches, while the self-adjusting rear spoiler optimized aerodynamics. To ensure it could handle its power, the GT was equipped with Brembo carbon-ceramic brakes featuring six-piston calipers and massive 15.5-inch rotors up front. The use of hydraulic power steering delivered immediate and precise feedback to the driver.
The 2015 Ford GT was not just a performance beast; it was a design masterpiece. Emphasizing low weight and aerodynamic efficiency, the car sported futuristic bodywork with distinctive flying buttresses. These weren’t just for show; they ingeniously channeled air to crucial mechanical components while maximizing downforce.
To maintain exclusivity, Ford implemented a rigorous application process for prospective buyers. These lucky few had to be devoted Ford enthusiasts, committed to keeping their GTs for an extended period. The response was overwhelming, with applications outnumbering available chassis allotments by nearly tenfold at the model’s official launch. With only 1350 units slated for production through the 2022 model year, the 2015 Ford GTs are far rarer than their 2005–2006 predecessors, of which nearly 4000 were built.
The 2015 Ford GT will forever be remembered as a remarkable chapter in automotive history. Its bold and secretive development, outstanding performance, futuristic design, and incredible exclusivity make it a standout in the world of supercars. Ford’s decision to revisit their Le Mans glory 50 years later was not just a marketing stunt; it was a statement of their engineering prowess and a testament to their commitment to pushing the boundaries of automotive excellence. The 2015 Ford GT remains an iconic symbol of innova- tion, power, and exclusivity in the world of high-performance sports cars.

The Ford GT we offer today was delivered new at the end of 2018 to Mr. Patrick Peter in France, in a simple, rare and efficient configuration. The extravagance of this car is sublimated by its Liquid Grey color which gives it a certain class, moreover it is very rare to cross it without these lines. It has traveled a quite reasonable number of kilometers for a serious maintenance of its mechanics, and has always been maintained and stored with the utmost care. It is a modern car already with a mythical past, where Ford has put all its know-how to provide real driving pleasure.
It has all the assets of a real vintage car : it is beautiful, it is a pleasure to drive, it is rare, an exceptional car during its presentation to the world and a perfect story since it left the factory.

We will have a lot of trouble seeing her leave our garage, but she asks for a new owner who can take advantage of it. For more informations or photos, do not hesitate to contact us.

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