The very first Ford GT 2021 with the Studio Collection pack has been unveiled by the American manufacturer. It becomes even more aggressive and even more exclusive.
Previewed in August 2020 alongside the 2021 GT Heritage Edition, the Studio Collection Edition offers customers a host of new options to choose from to transform the look of their vehicle. In particular, the Studio Collection includes a set of designs on the body from a collaboration between Ford Performance and Multimatic. The copy presented by Ford is painted black and was then adorned with a multitude of orange accents. This includes a racing strip extending from the hood to the rear of the supercar through the roof. Other touches of orange around the car and on the side air intakes are also present. The car also sits on black wheels and red brake calipers.
Ford is only offering 20 examples of the GT Studio Collection for 2021 and an additional 20 units in 2022. Customers can choose from seven standard colors or, if they’re ready to stretch their budget, can explore an extensive palette with more choices for personalizing themself.
A price still unknown
The Blue Oval has not yet revealed how much it will cost to buy a GT Studio Collection, but we imagine that it will be much more expensive than a “classic” copy. However, we believe the fare will be slightly cheaper than the Heritage Edition variant which features specific 20 inch forged aluminum wheels with a Heritage Gold finish.
However, we can imagine that it will cost nearly a million euros to afford the services of such a car and its 647 horsepower twin-turbo V6.