Ford did say it's not 100 percent ready for production.
Like many of you, we immediately fell hard for the new Ford GT, revealed at Detroit last January. Then we saw it in-person at Geneva a few months later and literally declared outright passion for it right then and there. Watching the race-going version at Le Mans next year will be an absolute treat. Also at around that time, the first 250 examples of the street-going GT will begin production. As it turns out, Ford still has a few kinks to work out.
At recent event at the Circuito del Jarama in Madrid, Spain, Ford brought along a GT prototype for a presentation. To prove the 3.5-liter twin-turbo V6 had a good sound, a Ford rep attempted to start the car. Only it didn't start. In fact, it took those reps 20 minutes to realize it had no intention of starting up. 104 degree heat might have been to blame.