The Le MANSORY celebrates both Mansory’s 30th anniversary, and the Le Mans-winning Ford GT40 from the ’60s. As a result, only three of these custom Ford GTs will be built.
Mansory has given the car a complete vehicle transformation inside and out. On the outside, there’s a full carbon fiber widebody kit that’s painted in a unique shade of “Bleurion Race,” which is contrasted against exposed carbon fiber components spotted all around the supercar.
Everything from the LED headlights to the wheels, rear wing, front bumper, and even the engine bay, have been reworked. The engine itself remains as Ford’s 3.5-liter twin-turbocharged V6, but power has been upped to 700 BHP — delivering a new top speed of around 220 MPH.
Inside, Ford’s sparse interior has been completely overhauled in true Mansory fashion. The whole interior has been decked in carbon fiber and white-blue Alcantara, which features “Le MANSORY”-branded door sills, custom seats, and an entirely new, luxurious feel for the inside of the cabin.
Other interesting and unique touches include a new trio of tailpipes, as opposed to the standard twin set-up, as well as checkered flag-like carbon fiber found on the rear-quarter vents. Take a look at the Le MANSORY Ford GT in the gallery above, and find out more about the custom supercar on Mansory’s website.
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