If you think there is something wrong with your eyes, stop rubbing them, you see just fine! Ford decided to delight us with not one, but three of its iconic supercars that are in their third gen, testing on the streets of Colorado.
Yes, we know that there have been two years since the Ford revealed the third generation GT in Detroit and that it made it well hidden so far, but we are thankful for this photo-op that the vigilant lenses of spy photographers managed to get. These three monsters were caught in Colorado on public roads without any disguise, most likely to ensure that they are not beasts just on the track, but that they can cope with the everyday roads and needs of daily driving.
What you see here is almost production body, without any camo on these test mules and the reason for that is simple, why to hide something everybody saw two years ago. There are only two things that will catch your eye instantly as differences between these test mules and those showcased in Detroit. The differences are notable around taillights and exhaust pipes. What is even more curious is that one of three cars has been fitted with headlights design that hosts an inner bulb design which is very much different than the production-bound model. On one of the other two models, we can see that it lacks the LED elements which should be offered on the production version. Maybe these slight changes are something, and perhaps, on the other hand, nothing. They probably slapped some headlights laying around just to finish the testing with these.
What is really intriguing is why Ford is taking such a long time with the production start. The demand is huge, as well as expectations, the moment is ripe, but the slow roll from Ford is surprising. Since the production is due next year, we can’t wait to get our hands on some more info about it especially about the power of its twin-turbocharged 3.5 L EcoBoost V6 and just how much this version will pump out.