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Car and Driver: Ford GT Order Banks Open, 500 Cars Up For Grabs


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2017 Ford GT


The official ordering process opens today for the Ford GT. Potential customers will want to get on over to FordGT.com to fill out their applications—you didn’t think an open checkbook would be all you’d need, did you?


In announcing the opening of its order banks, Ford also revealed just how limited production of its supercar will be: Only 250 will be available this year and 250 next year. Whether Ford will build more after that is open to interpretation; the company is saying only that this “initial ordering period,” which goes from April 13 to May 12, “will cover the first two years of production—500 vehicles.”


Nor is Ford providing an MSRP for the new GT beyond saying that the starting price will be in the “mid-$400,000s” (plus destination and delivery). Buyers whose applications are approved “will work with the new Ford GT Concierge Service” to complete the transaction, including taking delivery at a dealer—although it’s unclear whether and how price negotiations would work.


Would-be buyers whose applications are rejected will have to join the rest of us, and console themselves with a fantasy build. You need not pay anything to play with the configurator, choosing among the eight exterior colors, seven stripe colors, and various interior treatments and wheel designs, all while dreaming of what might have been.


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