Edmunds takes us on a ride with the Ford GT as it's assembled across various plants around Michigan, including the Saleen facility in Troy and the soon-to-be dormant Wixom plant. Presented in slide show format, the tour takes about ten minutes and covers virtually every stage of the GT's assembly. Though the GT is predominantly hand-assembled and certainly qualifies as a supercar, this tour really didn't do much to convince me that the GT's pedigree is on par with, say, a Ferrari, Lamborghini or even a Porsche. The GT is more like a Big Mac – it tastes better than its price implies, but that doesn't mean I want to watch someone make the one I'm going to eat.
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