It's snowy here in Detroit, and Ford decided to give the Ford GT supercar a cloudlike makeover for the 2016 North American International Auto Show. Check out some photos from the floor.
This is the 2017 Ford GT supercar, being shown in a lovely white for the first time.
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But there is a hint of color there, almost a greenish blue.
We've seen the GT plenty of times before, but this is a fully production-ready example, showing just what the car is going to look like when it starts delivery later this year.
The GT is a carbon-fiber-bodied supercar.
The carbon fiber construction enables things like this amazing separation between the rear of the chassis and the rear wheels.
You can see right between the rear wheels and the engine compartment.
Ceramic brakes throughout.
Brake lights double as air vents.
The wing raises and...
...will tilt upward to act like an air brake.
LED lighting throughout.
The engine is a twin-turbo V-6.
The car is expected to top 600 horsepower from 3.5 liters.
Exhaust is routed directly through the rear facia here.
The scoops in the nose are functional, to provide downforce.
Exposed carbon fiber is evident on the front splitter.
Projector headlamps with more LEDs up front.
The car is long and low and lean, but the nose can be raised to help getting over speed bumps or the like.
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