Ford first introduced the world to the Ford GT Heritage Edition during Pebble Beach week. It features the light blue and orange color scheme featured on the 1968 Le Mans-winning GT40, as well as that car's racing number: 9. The Gulf colors show up inside, too on the upholstery.
The final price is a big one for the GT, blowing well past John Cena's Ford GT that went for $1.4 million. It also went for a little more than five times the actual MSRP for the GT. And of course, it also went for more than the other charity car to break $2 million, the first 2020 Toyota Supra that hit $2.1 million.