Ford announced on Tuesday the new Carbon Series model for the 2019 Ford GT super sports car. The Carbon Series is a replacement for the Competition Series model, reducing the race-inspired coupe by 39 pounds while bringing aesthetic changes. The most striking element of the Carbon Series is the exposed carbon fiber strip in the center of the vehicle. The A-pillars and lower side skirts are also carbon fiber, and the car comes standard with optional carbon fiber wheels. These wheels save weight, as do titanium wheel nuts, a titanium exhaust system and a thinner, vented polycarbonate hood that is shared with the Competition series.
Even for someone who is not a car enthusiast, the GT looks like a very mean machine. Well, it looks like the future GT is getting better. First, this generation of the car could get a more aggressive aerodynamic package. Some said that Ford could use its GTE racer as inspiration, which has been quite successful so far. Against this background, the new 2019 Ford GT gets solid aerodynamic accents. That’s why Ford would probably lose a lot and at the same time offer a much faster car. The downside would be that the car would probably lose a bit of top speed. Nevertheless, the GT is probably one of the fastest cars ever, so this should not affect its performance much.
Unlike many other super cars, the GT cab is not really high quality. The instrument panel is fairly simple, but the infotainment system is not particularly impressive. Both are easy to use and respond well to input. In addition, the switches are excellent compared to some other cars of the same class. The upcoming 2019 Ford GT can come with small improvements. For example, we expect the new vehicle to contain different materials throughout the interior. Things like genuine leather or contrasting seams that are currently unavailable.
The case form of the 2019 Ford GT is the result of extensive work in the wind tunnel. The carbon fiber case and the 647 horsepower 3.57-liter EcoBoost V6 engine are the ultimate expression of technological innovation.
It looks like the upcoming 2019 Ford GT could be in Ford showrooms by the end of 2019. This means that Ford will build only 250-500 copies of this remanufactured car. Therefore, one can assume that the price will rise. Although we do not know how much, there is a chance that the car will reach $ 500,000.