Surely a purple wrap/finish isn’t one of the first schemes that come to mind when you consider your new car’s color – and supercars are, usually, no exception.
It’s not too uncommon for owners to sometimes go with something out of the ordinary, though, just to make sure that their new shiny toy will stand out even more.
Case at hand, this Ford GT. Brought forward by HRE as a way to promote their new Series P1SC wheels, available from 19 to 23 inches in diameter, the American supercar has a few blacked-out elements and a dual stripe that runs across its entire length. And, as you can see, it rocks a purple finish.
The wheelmaker didn’t say if this is a wrap or a paint, but a quick look at the official Ford GT configurator shows that purple isn’t among the colors offered by the Blue Oval. Instead, clients will have to limit their choices to just eight hues, including white, black, silver, blue, red and yellow. These can be contrasted by the specific stripes, available in seven different finishes. Thus, this is most likely a nicely done wrap.
We don’t know about you, but to us those rims, that must be 23-inch ones judging from how humongous they look, are simply too oversized and don’t flatter the GT’s looks. As for the wrap… well, we’d give it a try, but in the end it’s just a wrap so it can be peeled off and, maybe, replaced.