Ford recently made some changes to its 2020 line of GT cars, including increased output, mechanical changes, and a 'Liquid Carbon' paint option. The automotive company stated that the standard version of the 'GT 2020' will have an approximate price point of $500,000. However, the carbon Fiber option will be more expensive and cost approximately $750,000.
The new GT is now able to product 660 BHP and features a new titanium exhaust system. Other mechanical changes include a wider torque band and cooled pistons. Ford's new GT is powered by a 3.5 liter EcoBoost V6 engine. The new paint options include Liquid Carbon and a paint job inspired by the brand's 1969 Gulf Racing win.
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Ford Made Mechanical Changes Its GT Line and Added Two New Paint Options
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