ust seven days after Ford’s industrial facility GT Le Mans program arrived at an end with the current year’s running of the 24 Hours of Le Mans, the automaker is implying that some sort of huge news in regards to the GT supercar is coming. Also, Ford has picked an exceptionally extraordinary time and spot to declare the news: July fourth at the 2019 Goodwood Festival of Speed. Upbeat Birthday, America.
Portage hasn’t given some other clues on what this declaration may contain. In any case, the automaker published a secret picture, seen above, demonstrating a Ford GT with a mammoth wing and another rooftop scoop. Executive of Ford Performance Hermann Salenbauch and Multimatic Chief Technical Officer Larry Holt will be the ones to make the July fourth declaration.
So what precisely would we say we are hoping to be reported? We don’t know without a doubt, yet we can make some informed theories. Possibly it’s a track-exceptional version of the Ford GT street vehicle, with more power and air highlights from the race vehicle like that wing and rooftop scoop. It could likewise be another GT-based race vehicle, planned for an arrangement other than the World Endurance Championship, where Ford simply finished its production line exertion. On Twitter, Road and Track donor Bozi Tatarevic did some sleuthing—you can see the entire string here—and specifically, he brought up that the vehicle in the photograph may potentially have a move confine like that found in Ford’s continuance racer: