The Ford GT Will Have an Application Process to Determine Buyers


The Ford GT won’t be available to just anyone with the money. In fact, Ford is using an application process to determine GT buyers.

According to Reddit user 3031983, the American automaker has sent dealerships a memo outlining what the Ford GT buying process will be like. The company is introducing a unique ordering process for the Ford GT supercar that will start early next year. Vehicles will be assigned based on the customer application process with priority given to loyal Ford customers including current Ford GT owners. The process will also make it a more personalized experience for each buyer.

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Those who are selected through the application process will be assigned a GT by Ford and will be able to complete their purchase through a certified dealership of their choice. It appears that Ford isn’t going to hold back for its newest supercar, offering a more exclusive buying process that is familiar to Italian exotic owners. Considering that the Ford GT is expected to be priced around a Lamborghini Aventador at $350,000 or more, it’s not entirely shocking that you’ll have to apply to own one.

[Source: Reddit]

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  • Bug S Bunny

    And the application will have one question: can you afford it?

  • Chris Daigle

    As incredibly fast as this car will be, maybe they are trying to stave off lawsuits from surviving family members?
    I am a very loyal Ford lover and I can prove it. But I of course don’t nearly make enough money to even smell this car, much less buy it.

  • Jason

    Will the GT ever beat the 2:41.3 time set by a Corvette at the V.I.R.?

  • Reckoning Day

    Come one come all…but idiots first …