ruined tuned yet another Ford GT, as part of their Le Mansory lineup that counts three such examples.
While the previous one, which is still listed for sale for an eye-watering €1.8 million ($2.17 million) in Germany, features a blue and black body, this one has a black look, adorned by red accents applied all around.
Elsewhere, it retains the bespoke styling defined by the roof scoops, huge side skirts, canards, big rear wing and unique headlights, and rides on the same 21-inch forged alloy wheels, shod in Continental’s Contact 6 tires.
Contributing to the unique styling, the cockpit has two-tone red and black sports seats with the tuner’s logo embroidered in the headrests, Alcantara-wrapped dashboard, and carbon fiber trim, while the ‘Le Mansory’ logo greets users upon opening the doors.
Anyone who is briefly familiar with Mansory’s projects knows that they don’t always fiddle with the powertrains. Nonetheless, for the Le Mansory, they did go the extra mile by tuning the 3.5-liter twin turbocharged EcoBoost V6 engine from 647 HP (656 PS / 483 kW) to 700 HP (710 PS / 522 kW), which makes it almost as powerful as the Ferrari F8 Tributo and McLaren 720S.
Unfortunately, Mansory refrained from releasing the updated performance numbers, stating only that the tuned Ford GT has a maximum speed of 220 mph (354 km/h). Still, it should be a hair faster than the stock supercar, which is capable of hitting the 60 mph (96 km/h) mark in roughly 3 seconds.