The Ford GT has been given a thorough makeover at the hands of Mansory, as part of the tuning firm's 30th anniversary celebrations. Dubbed the "Le Mansory" conversion, the update includes a full visual rework and an increase in power.
If that new front bumper looks familiar, you may be recognising it from Mansory’s Lamborghini SVJ Cabrera build. The new bumper incorporates four individual LED headlamps and larger air inlets for improved breathing. The kit also features a wide body kit, which extends the supercar’s width by 50 mm, and a rear wing and diffuser for improved downforce. The triple tailpipe design (bearing a strong resemblance to the GT90 concept’s triangular quadpipe fixture) rounds off the GT3-inspired look.
All parts are finished in carbon-fibre and topped with a coat of Bleurion Race paint, further complemented by a set of 21-inch YN.5 forged alloy wheels with Continental Sport Contact 6 tyres.
Alterations have been made within the cabin, too. Mansory states every component of the interior has been swapped out with a more premium item. There's a white-blue Alcantara finish for the dashboard and seats, while numerous carbon trim pieces have been scattered around the cabin.
As for the twin-turbo 3,5-litre V6 that rests in the middle, Mansory has modified the engine management system to increase the standard peak outputs of 483 kW and 746 N.m of torque to 522 kW and 840 N.m. With this, the "Le Mansory" is able to achieve a claimed top speed of 354 km/h. The 0-100 km/h time has not been stated.
For the record, Mansory says just three units will be produced.
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