Ford GT Order Books Open, Starts at Around $450K


If you want to be one of the lucky 500 to get a Ford GT in the next two years, today is the day to sign up. 

Ford has just cracked the order books for the new GT, of which only 500 will be built over the next two years. Pricing for the car is expected to start in the mid-$400,000 range, not including destination or delivery. This initial run of 500 orders will be taken from today until May 12.

Those interested must visit a Ford website where they can fill out an application to get a car. With such limited production, Ford will be prioritizing customers who have owned GTs and other Ford products in the past. The company will also make customers sign an agreement to not sell the car for a quick profit.

A personalized Ford concierge will contact those customers who will get a car and help them through the buying process and also through years of ownership.

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Eight exterior colors and seven different stripe colors can be had with the GT.

For those who need a refresher, this car uses a mid-mounted high-performance twin-turbo V6 engine to make over 600 horsepower and packs all sorts of race-bred features like active aerodynamics and carbon fiber wheels.

And if you can’t afford one, you can always just use the configurator to make your dream car.

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  • craigcole

    I’ll take two, please, one in blue and another in the Gulf livery if possible. Thanks!

  • Bug S Bunny

    “Pricing for the car is expected to start in the mid-$400,000 range, not including destination or delivery.”

    That price also does not include ADM.

  • Jodi Lai

    PLUS ONE for the Gulf Livery!!! Craig Cole is a man with impeccable taste!

  • windel Vernon

    I hope it’s worth all of the hype and lives up to the name. Having said that, I will gladly pay the price when I win the lottery.

  • Diesel Driver

    I think it’s pretty but if I had $450,000 to spend on a car I think I’d be looking for a Bentley Continental. I’m a little to old and a lot to broken to get down into a car that low. Watching them at the Sebring 12 hour I was impressed that they look smaller than the other cars in the GTLM class, maybe just lower.