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2017 Ford GT Interior, Due in late 2016, the GT has been one of Ford’s most closely guarded projects and was created under a veil of secrecy. The prototype revealed at the Detroit Auto Show stunned enthusiasts, and these shots illustrate that it really is making the leap to production reality.As our spy shooter wryly notes, the mule captured in these photographs looks like a Mad Max prop. It’s colorless, is missing key body parts – note the ring less taillights and lack of a rear bumper or diffuser. It also looks to be even lower to the ground than the concept from the Detroit show. It appears to have different mirrors and windshield wipers. The lack of some body panels also calls out the exhaust pipes, which look like tail guns in these shots. Otherwise, this test car looks just like the auto show star, and sans paint it manages to appear even more sinister. Though these spy shots indicate the GT is on track for production, Ford has been pretty up front about what the car will be when it arrives in showrooms. We know it will have a twin-turbo EcoBoost V6 paired with a seven-speed dual-clutch gear box. It’ll make extensive use of carbon fiber and feature a driver-oriented, contemporary-styled interior. Canadian company MultiMate will build the GT.The 2017 Ford GT will probably be powered by a 3.5-liter twin-turbo EcoBoost V6 engine that may make over 600 hp, but don’t be surprised if it breaks the 700-hp mark. The powertrain will probably be mated to a seven-speed, dual-clutch transmission that will send power to the rear wheels in what will likely be a formidable package to take on the other supercars of the world. In order to save weight, Ford is using plenty of carbon fiber and aluminum on the Ford GT’s construction and promises that the sports car may have “one of the best power-to-weight proportions of any kind of production car.” Count on the 2017 Ford GT to enter manufacturing late subsequent year.
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