OK, we have imported a number of Ford GTs and through our status as authorised Roush Dealer can have them IVA tested by the best in the business, Roush UK (or Revolve as they are formally known) so it is with great interest that we have heard a rumour regarding the possibility of a successor to the last, frankly incredible, Ford GT.
The news comes courtesy of Derrick Kuzak, Ford’s head of global product development. After being questioned about the possibility of a GT successor, Kuzak chose his words very carefully by admitting that there are certain things in the four-year product plan that the company isn’t comfortable with discussing. While that’s not an out-and-out confirmation that the Blue Oval wants to see another mid-engine, high-horsepower machine in its stable, the overly diplomatic response does indicate that the thought may have crossed more than a few minds in Dearborn.
Having seen the likes of Mercedes and Porsche head down the hybrid route we are thinking perhaps Ford are planning some kind of hybrid super car to rival them both, and fingers crossed our thinking comes true as the last GT was awesome.