2005 FORD GT
The Ford GT started out as a concept car designed for Ford's centennial year and as part of its drive to showcase and revive its "heritage" names such as Mustang and Thunderbird. Released at the 2002 North American Auto Show, Henry Ford II was proud to show off a modern-day version of Ford's most successfull endurance racer. A month after the release, Ford anounced the Ford GT would be put into production and with a price 'around six figures'. The designers drew inspiration from Ford's classic GT40 race cars of the 1960s and the GT is sometimes mistaken for its 1960s counterpart.