The 2020 Ford GT is available with an exposed carbon fiber body. Ford calls it ‘Liquid Carbon’.
Ford unveiled two new special edition GTs at the 2020 Chicago Auto Show. The supercar also receive other updates including a minor power bump for the 2020 model year.
The Ford GT Liquid Carbon comes with an exposed carbon fiber body and carbon fiber wheels, which are now part of the standard package. That said, customers can spec their cars with titanium lug nuts and 6-point racing harness anchors. The car can be specced with a single stripe and painted mirror caps as well. There are five different interior options and brake caliper colors to choose from.
The 2020 Fort GT Heritage Edition also gets a new blue and orange livery, carbon fiber wheels and #6 in carbon fiber to commemorate the GT40 chassis no. 1075 that won Le Mans.
The 2020 model has 660 hp from the 3.5-litre, twin-turbo V6 engine. That’s an increase of 13 hp over the previous model. Additionally, Ford is also said to have worked on the engine calibration to widen the torque band. The engine also gets gallery-cooled pistons and higher-energy ignition coils. A new Akrapovic titanium exhaust is now standard. It is 9 lbs lighter than the old exhaust. On the outside, Ford has also reworked the buttress air duct. It is claimed to increase airflow by 50%. The intercoolers are also larger.