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For its first year, there might be just 100 examples of the new Ford GT for the US and another 100 for international markets.


Chip Ganassi Racing will be fielding the new Ford GT in the United SportsCar Championship and FIA World Endurance Championship next year. Here's where you can catch a piece of the action.


The specs in Forza Motorsport 6 are suggesting that the Ford GT makes 630 horsepower and 539 pound-feet of torque. Those might not be final numbers, of course.


The Ford GT sounds amazing in this clip of the future racer rumbling around Sebring during development.


Ford is keeping production of the 2017 GT very limited, and anyone interested in one must file an application with the Blue Oval first. The company is valuing brand loyalty, though.


In-game footage from Forza Motorsport 6 reveals the operation of the active rear wing on the new Ford GT.


To celebrate the launch of Forza Motorsport 6, Ford has The Stig driving a new Focus RS with a special fan-designed livery to the Gamescom expo in Cologne.


Ford gives us another look at the Le-Mans-bound Ford GT, which it's been testing since before the road car was revealed earlier this year.


Xcar gets a behind-the-scenes look at the upcoming new Ford GT, taking us along with it and aptly pointing out that there's more to the latest all-American supercar than its cylinder count.


Ford is still fairly tight-lipped about the forthcoming GT, but the company lets out a few details to Xcar about the goals of taking the supercar racing at Le Mans next year.


In Case You Missed It, Here's The Hot New Racecar In Action

In case you missed it this morning, here's the awesome video of Ford's new GT Le Mans racecar terrorizing the streets of Paris. CGI or not, you'll want to watch this one again and again.


Ford announces plans to field a racing version of its new GT supercar in the FIA World Endurance Championship, the United SportsCar Championship, and at the 24 Hours of Le Mans next year.


Both Ford and Renault have announced they've got surprises to unveil at the 24 Hours of Le Mans this weekend, expected to take the forms of a Ford GT racer and Alpine sports car.


We Check In With CEO Mark Fields At Ford's Silicon Valley Lab

Translogic heads to Ford's Research and Innovation Center in Silicon Valley for a peek behind the scenes at the latest tech being produced by the traditionally Michigan-based automaker.


Sans Paint, The GT Looks Even More Sinister

The Ford GT supercar is finally going outside to play, and it has been captured for the first time prowling the streets near Ford's compound in Dearborn, MI.


Watch as a Ford GT40 takes a triumphant drive at sunset around Miller Motorsports Park in a short video. It's a great way to consider the upcoming 50th anniversary of the racecar's first Le Mans victory.


Dearborn's design department present an array of objects inspired by the new Ford GT, from tables and chairs to guitars and sailboats, set to be presented at a furniture show in Milan.


We catch up with Ford design vice president Moray Callum to get the scoop on the interior of the upcoming GT supercar.


Ford says it's going to price its new GT supercar against the Lamborghini Aventador, whose MSRP starts at nearly $400,000. But will customers be willing to spend that much on a Ford?


Ford has given Canadian firm Multimatic the nod to build the carbon fiber body on the new Ford GT, "because they have specialized equipment for carbon fiber production and expertise in carbon fiber assembly." Multimatic Motorsports had worked on the Mustang FR500C race car and the current Boss 302R.


According to numerous reports, the 2017 Ford GT has been confirmed for production at Ford's factory in Markham, Ontario. In celebration, take a good, long look at the beautiful machine on the show floor at the Chicago Auto Show, now painted in a new shade called Liquid Silver with titanium-tinted racing stripes.

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