The Ford GT Gets a stunning makeover from Le Mansory which include both the interior and the exterior to make up a wild looking supercar.
Mansory says this new GT-based car was built to celebrate the company’s 30th anniversary. The smooth, uninterrupted aero-based lines of the original GT’s body have been replaced by a selection of new aggressively styled carbon-fiber panels, the most spectacular of which lies around the headlights, which seem to have acquired a set of eyebrows. The rest of the body is equally as exciting, with dual roof scoops, elongated side skirts, a massive wing, and three center-mounted exhaust tips.
The interior has been treated to an equally expansive overhaul, with two-tone seats, blue accents, Mansory badging, and plenty of alcantara spread throughout. The engine bay has also been spruced up with bright blue cladding and more Mansory logos.
This is more than just a new body kit for the Ford GT. Mansory revises the engine management system to push the output to 700 horsepower (522 kilowatts) and 620 pound-feet (840 Newton-meters. In comparison, the stock output is 647 hp (483 kW) and 550 lb-ft (746 Nm). The company says the extra power and revised aerodynamics increase the top speed to 220 miles per hour (354 kph), rather than the stock 216 mph (348 kph).
The package also includes new LED headlights. Rather than the stacked styling on the stand Ford GT, Mansory places the lamps next to each other.
The Le Mansory rides on forged wheels that measure 9×21 at the front and 12×21 at the back. Continental Sport Contact 6 wrap around them.
There’s no word on pricing, but production will be limited to three units as a nod to Mansory’s 30th anniversary.