Gran Turismo Wiki
Advertisement

The Ford GT '17 is a supercar produced by Ford. It appears in Gran Turismo Sport, where it was introduced as part of Update 1.53, and in Gran Turismo 7.

Colors[]

Eight colors (each with optional stripes option) are available for this car:

  • Frozen White
  • Frozen White/Stripes
  • Ingot Silver
  • Ingot Silver/Stripes
  • Liquid Grey
  • Liquid Grey/Stripes
  • Shadow Black
  • Shadow Black/Stripes
  • Liquid Blue
  • Liquid Blue/Stripes
  • Liquid Red
  • Liquid Red/Stripes
  • Triple Yellow
  • Triple Yellow/Stripes
  • Matte Black
  • Matte Black/Stripes


In-game description[]

From 2005 to 2006, Ford produced the Ford GT, a remake of the GT40 which saw success in the Le Mans 24 hour race in the 1960s. At the 2015 Detroit Motor Show, they announced a 2nd generation model with further advancements.

The previous model was styled almost exactly like the original GT40, but while the second generation model, updated 9 years later, carried over the image of the GT40, the concept was now very different, with various aerodynamic improvements being implemented. These included an active rear spoiler, and under the panel flowing from the roof to the rear fenders there was now a large air tunnel going from the side through to the rear.

The body was also a structure combining aluminium front and rear sub-frames, and the body panels were made of carbon for thorough weight reduction.

The power unit was not the traditional V8, but a twin turbocharged 3.5L V6. Producing 646 BHP and 76 kgfm combined with a 7 speed DCT transmission, the car marked a top speed of 347 km/h.

Dealership (GT7)[]

This third-generation Ford GT continued the legacy of the the legendary Ford GT race car. It came equipped with a twin-turbocharged 3.6-liter V-6 engine that produced 646.9 HP and 549.7 ft-lb (76 kgfm) of torque. Those crazy numbers made it the most powerful road-going car that Ford ever produced. And in case you were wondering, this thing made for one awesome race car. It won its class at Le Mans in 2016, which was exactly 50 years after the GT40 won its first Le Mans race.

Acquisition[]

GT Sport[]

This car can be purchased in the Ford section of Brand Central for 550,000 Credits.

GT7[]

This car can be purchased in the Ford section of Brand Central for 550,000 Credits.

Trivia[]

  • In GT Sport, the car in the game has active rear wing functionality. However, the car in the game is set to use the Sport driving mode, which disables the active aerodynamics on the actual car; the feature is only available on the Track and Vmax modes (out of five available, adjusted by a dial on the steering wheel - the other two are Wet and Normal)
  • Despite needing an application and to be selected by Ford themselves, for a build slot to purchase the car in real life, the car doesn't require a brand invitation in GT7.

Notes[]

Advertisement