Ford’s ‘Heritage Edition’ GT models of the past few years have included homages to Ford’s competitive history, including Gulf Racing, number 1, and more recently, number 98, the winner of Daytona 1966. The newest Heritage GT calls attention to the development and production of the GT40.
Ford brought the 2022 model-year Heritage Edition GT, which is painted in a blue-and-white color scheme that matches the 1964 car’s prototype, to Monterey Car Week; in 1966, the race car that emerged from the prototype took honors over Ferrari at Le Mans. Like previous Heritage Edition GT cars, the special sports also features components and parts in carbon fiber.
Inside the 2022 Heritage Edition GT, Alcantara adds softness to the cabin, and suede is used for the seats. There’s a lot of carbon fiber on show inside the car as well.