2015 Ford GT rendered
Ford GT appears as one of the greatest forces ever in motorsport’s history, so there is no wonder Ford decided to give the model a reborn few years ago. But in their hurry, they might not succeed to create a really good car, mostly of the initial customers deciding to sell the car after multiple failures.
But now it would be the time to look at the future for a better supercar that worths more the GT badge. The rumors about a future GT appeared shortly after two Ford GT’s were featured at Le Mans.
Asked if Ford is interested in a successor for the GT, Derrick Kuzak, chief of global product development, stated, after a few moments of awkward silence: ”Well I think there are certain things that we don’t want to talk about in terms of four-year product plans, if that’s okay.” Alan Mulally, Ford president and CEO, added: “All I know is, if the ground is wet, they don’t let me drive it, that vehicle levitates.”
We know, that didn’t sounds exactly like a confirmation, but there’s no cost to dream about at a maybe possible V8 hybrid Ford GT exotic supercar to come in the nearest future.