Ford’s supercar gets extension to sell another 500 units

by SpeedLux

With ultra-wealthy vehicle buyers demanding another chance at getting their hands on the brand-new Ford GT, the car manufacturer has actually chosen to sell another 500 units of the carbon fiber supercar.

The move validated what others have actually hypothesized would occur following the strong interest in the first run of 500 GT models being developed. Those initial designs will sell for $450,000, with the first ones set for shipment later on this year.

When Ford first revealed the 630 horsepower GT, the company said it would just offer 500 models over a two-year duration starting with the 2017 design year. Initially, 6,500 people applied to purchase GTs, which triggered the automaker to extend the supercar’s production run.

Ford states the third year of production is going to be supported by those applicants who have been wait-listed. After that, those who missed the preliminary application window will have an opportunity at getting among the final 250 GT models being integrated in the 4th and last year of production.

In 2018, next application window will open.

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