Witness beauty, denied. The 2016 Ford GT rejection letters are rolling in.
The new Ford GT is one of the most interesting and desirable cars of recent years. It’s a ready-made icon, but it’s still genuinely weird, from its cutaway aerodynamics to its questionably-super twin-turbo V6.
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Demand for this car is at a five-joint-in-a-row high, and anyone able to secure ownership of one of these now Le Mans class-winning cars is a very lucky human.
So rejection would be a bit of a bummer.
Reader Brian sent this in, Ford trying to let a prospective buyer down easy.
The full text reads:
Thank you for your interest in purchasing a Ford GT!
We are thrilled that you share our passion for performance and the all-new Ford GT.
The demand for Ford GT from enthusiasts like you has surpassed our very limited production. Unfortunately, we do not have enough Ford GTs to fulfill your request at this time.
We have confirmed our Ford GT production plans for only two years. However, if additional production is confirmed, you application information will remain in your profile for easy updating.
Meanwhile, we encourage you to stay connected to the latest announcements, news and information through our website: www.fordgt.com.
Thank you, again, for your passion for our all-new supercar.
The Ford GT Team
Nothing’s going to help, Ford. But at least you’re trying. To whoever got this notice in the mail, we feel for you.