To date, the Ford GT is America’s only Le Mans-winning supercar, and to pay tribute, the automaker revealed the first-ever Heritage Edition inspired by the original model’s first endurance win at the 1966 Daytona 24 Hour Continental race. This special edition model features a Frozen White paint jobwith exposed carbon fiber hood, asymmetrical Race Red accents, Ford graphics on the lower rear-quarter panels and one-piece Heritage Gold 20-inch forged-aluminum wheels paired with red lacquered Brembo monoblock brake calipers. Read more for a video, additional pictures and information.
Inside, you’ll find a black Alcantara suede wrapped instrument panel, headliner s well as steering wheel rim, while anodized red paddle shifters and red Alcantara suede performance seats finish off the classic look. There’s no word yet on pricing or availability, but Ford did mention that deliveries begin early next year.
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For this Heritage Edition, the Ford Performance team went deeper into the Ford GT’s race history and crafted a limited-edition model that stylistically honors the 55th anniversary of the Daytona 24 Hour endurance race that would eventually lead to our successes at Le Mans. Plus, for customers who want to highlight the carbon-fiber body and functional cooling ducts that help deliver Le Mans-winning performance, the Ford GT Studio Collection offers another new way GT fans can personalize their supercars,” said Mike Severson, Ford GT program manager.