We want it.
Only a few months ago a prototype of the new and highly anticipated Ford GT was spied cruising on the open streets in Michigan. The prototype of the Ford supercar had a menacing looking body and mismatched matte gray base paint. It would now appear as if another sighting of the exact same Ford GT prototype has been made on the streets of Detroit. The mean looking supercar was spied filling up at a gas station near Ford's headquarters with manufacturer plates on the rear of the vehicle.
These new spy shots reveal a closer look of the car at a standstill, including a nice look into the engine bay through the rain soaked rearview window. The production version of this awesome American supercar is anticipated to have a turbocharged V6 engine that produces 700hp. It is also expected to sport different headlights, tail lights and exhaust outlets to the prototype vehicle spotted in these photos. Additionally, the 2017 GT is expected to be equipped with carbon-fiber and forged aluminum wheels, highly advanced traction controls, and doors that lift with a combined gullwing and scissor style motion. Only around 1,000 of these GTs will be manufactured during the course of its production.