German tuner Mansory, known for its over-the-top cosmetic mods and questionable taste, has revealed a new limited-production car based on the new Ford GT. Called the Le Mansory—a play on the term Le Mans—it packs a wild selection of changes inside and out, as well as a boost in power from the mid-mounted twin-turbo V-6 engine.
Mansory says this new GT-based car was built to celebrate the company’s 30th anniversary. The smooth, uninterrupted aero-based lines of the original GT’s body have been replaced by a selection of new aggressively styled carbon fiber panels, the most spectacular of which lies around the headlights, which seem to have acquired a set of eyebrows. The rest of the body is equally as exciting, with dual roof scoops, elongated side skirts, a massive wing, and three center-mounted exhaust tips.
The interior has been treated to an equally expansive overhaul, with two-tone seats, blue accents, Mansory badging, and plenty of alcantara spread throughout. The engine bay has also been spruced up with bright blue cladding and more Mansory logos.
The 3.5-liter twin-turbo EcoBoost V-6 has been tuned to 700 horsepower and 619 lb-ft of torque—increases of 53 horsepower and 69 lb-ft over stock. The wheels are forged items wrapped in Continental Sport Contact 6 tires. Mansory promises that despite the changes to the body, the Le Mansory can top out at 220 mph—four more mph than the normal Ford GT.
Mansory has yet to list a price for the Le Mansory conversion, but considering its past endeavors and the considerable effort put into this car’s design, we’re sure it won’t be cheap. The company will convert just three GTs total, so if you want one, you better get your order in quickly.
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