Ford GT With Martini Livery And Vossen Wheels Is Pure Automotive [email protected]

With production capped at 250 units annually until 2020, only a lucky few will get to see a new Ford GT out in the open, let alone drive it.

Some of them are finished in dull colors, not that we’re pointing fingers at anyone, as our sole intention is to present one very exciting-looking example.

Shared by Vossen on social media, this very special Ford GT sports an eye-catching Martini Racing livery. The colorful bits have a long history in motorsport and, in our humble opinion, they suit the Michigan-born supercar like a glove.

However, since the images were shared by Vossen, this means that this Ford GT sits on a set of its aftermarket wheels. They’re called the S17-01, have a concave profile and come in different sizes, from 19 to 24 inches, with a starting price of $1,700 each.

In case you dig the wheels, you don’t have to be one of the few selected by Ford to own the GT in order to get them, as they suit a variety of other supercars such as the Mercedes-AMG GT, Audi R8, McLaren 570S, McLaren 720S and Porsche 911 GT3 RS.

Still, the truly interesting bit is the Martini livery on the Ford GT, so check out the image gallery, which shows it from lots of different angles.

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  • brn

    The aftermarket wheels were the only thing I didn’t like about the car. Beautiful otherwise.

  • gor134

    That truly is beautiful.

    • Eythan Aldrich

      indeed……the rims fits the bill

  • Nordschleife

    This looks Friggin fantastic.

  • john1168

    Now THAT’S a nice paint job! Let the Ford execs keep that other one that was out a few days ago.

  • nope. Those wheels don’t match the vibe of the car. horrible choice.

    • MRCLKBLACK

      Agree. A car whose image is based on racing gets totally ruined with these “poser” wheels. What the Ford GT needs are full carbon fibre wheels with central locks or something like Porsches Magnesium wheels from the GT2RS/GT3RS Weissach package.

  • Paul Webster

    The wheels suck. The garage floor is pure ghetto. The NASCAR paint job pure redneck. Don’t forget to keep that pinky finger extended as you sip your Martini on the rocks

    • Matt Johnson

      No, Martini isn’t part of NASCAR.

  • Six_Tymes

    this looks very good

  • alexxx

    Oh yeeesssss

  • UhhHuhh

    Vossen…lol

  • Mr. Crankypants

    “shit” or “the shit” ?

  • lagunas3ca

    *Canadian-born supercar

  • Matt

    Looks really nice but for me I’d switch the paint having that light blue being the prime color and the white being part of the stripes.

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