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Ford GT Review
Ford GT is a sports car produced by American automaker Ford Motor Company. The GT was a car that was first produced in 2004 and discontinued in 2006. However, the impact it had on the automotive and racing world was so profound that in 2016 Ford executives decided to give this legend another chance. The Ford GT, a mid-engine car, is the dream car of every performance enthusiast with its rear-wheel drive system. Although it was heavily inspired by the famous GT40 model during its development, as a road car, the Ford GT built its own legend among drivers. With its completely aerodynamically oriented body design and racing car-like details, Ford GT is a car that definitely makes a difference on the roads with its new generation. Such a successful high performance road car, of course, also stepped into motorsports. Competing with different modifications in various categories, GTs continue to show Ford's name on the tracks.
Ford GT Technical Specifications and Fuel Consumption
The technical specifications and fuel consumption of the Ford GT are our focus in this section. In this regard, we need to talk about details such as the engine options and fuel consumption of the Ford GT. However, while talking about these details, we limit the engine options under two categories in order not to bore you. These categories are; The Best Fuel-Economy and Most Popular engine options. However, Ford GT has only one standard engine option such as 3.5. The engine has a volume of 3500 cm3. The 3.5 has a six-cylindered inner engine structure and has a power generation capacity of 600 horsepower. With this power it produces, it reaches from 0 to 100 km in just 2.9 seconds. It is extremely short! The maximum speed level can go up to 300 km/h and the petrol type fuel feed system is another detail that increases the performance of the car. According to the official factory data, 3.5 has got a 15,0lt/100km (which refers to 19 MPG in the UK) mpg performance in Urban usage. However, this fuel consumption rate decreasing to 6,6lt/100km (which refers to 43 MPG in the UK) in Extra Urban usage such as Highways or Long-Distance Trip. When we combine these mpg data, we get a 9,7lt/100km (which refers to 29 MPG in the UK) average mpg performance.