Celebrating 50 years when they have established historic victory at Le Mans with the model GT40 Mark II, Ford, its lovers prepared a limited edition of only this year named 66 GT Heritage Edition.
The 2017 Ford GT 66 Heritage Edition has a multitude of details of a special design on the body, the car's interior and unique emblem that will clearly resemble the winning crew from 1966, drivers Bruce McLaren and Chris Among. The exterior is adorned Shadow Black color with a combination of matte bright hues decorated with additional silver applications and visually detected carbon elements. The sporty character further emphasizes hood with Frozen White No2 colors and door graphics. The final image was shaped by 20" forged aluminum wheels and a gold satin clearcoat with black lug nuts.
Under the hood of the Ford GT 66 Heritage Edition hides the 3.5-liter EcoBoost V-6 that delivers 600 hp, coupled with a seven-speed, dual-clutch transaxle, while the power sent to the rear wheels. This is the first GT ever to not use a manual gearbox.
As for the interior immediately catches the eye with an instrument panel, pillars and much of which is covered with skin with the addition of gold details, while the steering wheel carries GT emblem. The seats are made of carbon stitch with fine leather, with pudgy accessories and visors for neck area. The steering wheel and the seat belts have a unique blue webbing. Finish details are specially designed plates with identification labels.
Price for Ford GT 66 Heritage Edition is not yet known but we assume that it will cost more than $ 450,000 since it is limited edition and that could be produced in a symbolic number 66th.