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The Ford GT is the Blue Oval's new supercar - the third iteration of the famous, Le Mans-winning 1960s racer. We've been here before, of course. Ford built a Ferrari-slaying supercar in 2005 too, but it's back in 2017 with a new fire-cracker with racing roots. For more information on the GT, click on our further stories on the links below.
60sec road test
This is a Blue Oval unlike any other. Crafted from carbonfibre and aluminium, the Ford GT is essentially a racer for the road - in keeping with its namesakes' roots. It's predictably light as a result, at 1385kg in Competition Spec. Powered by a highly tuned 3.5-litre V6 Ecoboost turbo, performance is scintillating: 0-60mph takes a blink-and-you'll-miss-it 2.8 seconds and top speed is a claimed 216mph. That's what happens when you strap an all-aluminium engine making 647bhp and 550lb ft amidships. Ride and handling? It feels like the race car it is, with sharp responses, agile steering and a degree of mental toughness required to drive this thing on the road. It's a very focused supercar indeed. Read our full Ford GT review here.
The one we’d buy
The one we’d avoid like the plague
Nope. We'll take one, thank you!
Rivals to consider
Ferrari 488 GTB, McLaren 720S
Design, thoroughbred spec, performance, laser-sharp handling
It's a race car in street drag - you'll need to be very committed. Oh, and it costs £450,000 + taxes...