Showing off a unique red-and-white livery, complementing its extremely beauty, the limited-edition 2018 Ford GT ’67 Heritage Edition was specifically constructed to honor the company’s 1967 24 Hours Of Le Mans victory. We’re sure of us have been alive again then, not to mention there to benefit from the moment, however feel free to take a step back in time and look upon Ford’s spectacular achievement.
Painted in shiny Race Red with white stripes and uncovered carbon fiber, the ’67 Heritage Edition additionally will get white No. 1 graphics on the hood and doors. The wheels are 20-inch one-piece cast aluminum with a silver end and black lug nuts. You also get red brake calipers and silver mirror caps to finish the outside look.
Inside, new leather-based trimming and red stitching have been added to the automobile’s standard carbon-fibre seats, with red stitching additionally being carried over to the steering wheel.
Further highlights embrace red seatbelt webbing, anodised gray paddle shifters, a serialised vehicle-specific identification plate, satin darkish stainless cabin accents, and an exposed matte carbon-fibre centre console, and matching door sills.
In the mean time, Ford hasn’t stated something about pricing or how many it can construct, only saying the ’67 Heritage Edition can be in-built “restricted quantities.” For a more in-depth look, you may see the particular version GT on show on the Pebble Beach Concours d’Elegance, or head to the configurator on the Ford GT website.