The Ford GT Competition Series Looks Like A No-Frills Ferrari Killer

All images by Ford
All images by Ford

Ford just released pictures of their new Ford GT Competition Series, a lightweight, track-focused version of their already bonkers supercar, and it looks every bit as purposeful and menacing as it should to sway the minds and wallets of the fickle supercar buying public.

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The Competition Series is Ford GT’s answer to boutique track-day versions of popular supercars such as the Porsche 911 GT3 RS and Lamborghini Huracan Performante.

The GT Competition Series features air conditioning and radio deletes, bare carbon in the door sills, dashboard and exterior stripes, carbon fiber wheels with matching titanium lug nuts, and titanium exhaust tips. You can read the more complete list of specs here.

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For now, feel free to ogle the pictures that will get you up close to a car most of us will never see, but will likely be on the bedroom walls of kids across the world for years.

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Tavarish writes and makes videos about fixing and modifying cars on the internet. Sometimes they actually run.

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DISCUSSION

typhoonegator
typhoonegator

Not to derail the topic at hand, but what’s the consensus on Alcantara steering wheels? I’ve seen so many pictures of GT3's with really gnarly-looking Alcantara wheels after people sweat into them for a while. Can you revive them after that?