Ford’s Next Supercar: An evolutionary approach
“A supercar doesn’t need to be incredibly wide and have enormous wheels. It must have height, stance and length. It must be as low as possible and reasonably short in length, but it still must be substantial and have an unmistakable attack in its stance. “
Vote for Radovan Varicak’s Future Ford Supercar design
Ford’s Next Supercar: A modern interpretation of the original
“With a longer wheelbase, shorter overhangs and an aerodynamic underbody, the GT47 will be powered by a lightweight V-8 or a turbo 4-cylinder with an electric motor up front.”
Vote for Lars Sältzer’s Future Ford Supercar design
Ford’s Next Supercar: Retro gets left behind
“With this design, I wanted to leave retro behind and create something more progressive, more futuristic.”
Vote for Camilo Pardo’s Future Ford Supercar design
To get a proper gauge on what the Dearborn company might do to create a new GT, we’ve commissioned three artists to create their own versions of Ford’s supercar. Our goal with these three illustrations of the possible new Ford GT is simple and twofold—we want to encourage Ford to build a new American supercar, and we want you to help us pick the best design.
Ford GT40 concept (which became the current Ford GT)
#01 - 1964 Elva MkVII (1600cc)
#83 - 1969 Ford GT40 (5.0L)
Casey Key, FL
#39 - 1967 Porsche 910 (2.5L)
Spy photographers have caught images of the next generation 2013 Ford Mustang GT500 rumbling around on public roads.
According to our sources, the next Mustang GT500 could have between 600-625 bhp – though this seems a tall order with the current engine.
This prototype runs on GT500 wheels and Pirelli P Zero tires.
The 2011 Shelby GT500 Super Snake starts life as a customer-purchased 2011 Ford GT500 that Shelby will convert to Super Snake status for $34,245. It includes uprating the supercharger to a Ford Racing Whipple unit, helping the new all-aluminum 5.4-liter Ford V-8 make 750 bhp. More is available if so desired.