The Ford GT '67 Heritage Edition is an homage to one of the automaker's greatest racing victories. All the way back in 1967 the Ford GT40 took the overall victory at the 24 Hours of Le Mans. The American automaker is celebrating that win 50 years later with this, a special edition version of its newest supercar. The GT is already plenty special but the GT '67 Heritage Edition makes it a bit more so.
The add-ons are cosmetic in nature and include an exclusive paint job, red brake calipers and 20-inch forged aluminum wheels. On the inside the seats now get leather trim and there's some stainless steel trim on the instrument panel. Exposed carbon fiber door sills have also been added. Each GT '67 Heritage Edition comes with a numbered identification plate cementing its place in history. Pricing has not been announced.
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