The first production examples of the Ford GT rolled off the production line in Canada, with the company releasing a short video from the ceremony.
The first example of the Ford GT belongs to the company’s Executive Chairman Bill Ford but it’s still unclear what color is his example, as reported by AutoNews.
Raj Nair, Ford’s executive vice president drove a black GT with orange stripes and an orange interior off the production line which is going to be used as a marketing vehicle according to the same report.
Ford has limited the annual production run of the new GT to just 250 units, with the first 500 cars already sold via the company’s notorious application process. The company received more than 6,000 applications for these first 500 cars, which forced Ford into extending the production run of their supercar for an additional two years.
The company has yet to provide us with full technical details of the new GT with Ford quoting ‘over 600hp’ from its turbocharged EcoBoost V6 engine. Pricing for the new GT is said to be somewhere in the range of mid-$400,000s.