Ford GT Comes with Lightweight Gorilla Glass

Ford GT Comes with Lightweight Gorilla Glass

Most times in the automotive industry, something either ends up being either lightweight or durable instead of being both. However, Ford is not like most companies in the automotive industry. Its commitment to excellence has helped create a product that delivers the best of both worlds. According to a Ford press release, the Ford GT comes with lightweight Gorilla Glass. Gorilla Glass combines durability with lightweight technology. The scratch-resistant windshield is more durable than most car windshields. However, it also ends up being 30 percent lighter than traditional windshield glass. Ford teamed up with Corning Gorilla Glass to make this advanced windshield a reality for the Ford GT supercar. “Gorilla

Check Out the Awesome Features on the Ford GT

The GT has about as storied a history as any car can have. Back in the late ’60s, the Ford GT40 completely dominated endurance racing. From 1966 to 1969, the GT40 took the crown at the prestigious 24 Hours of Le Mans race. Now it has returned! The all-new 2017 Ford GT is based on the revered GT40, and is built for speedy endurance just like its predecessor. For automotive enthusiasts, the Ford GT was undoubtedly the most exciting development this year. It’s called a supercar and for good reason. The features on the Ford GT are, simply put, brilliant. A rear spoiler functions as an air-brake. Car and Driver

New Ford GT Performance is Jaw-Dropping

New Ford GT Performance is Jaw-Dropping

Showcasing the best of Ford engineering, the new Ford GT utilizes groundbreaking engineering and technology. A new aerodynamic design, carbon-fiber body, and EcoBoost engine make the famous supercar better than ever. So when does this GT hit the market? Although we’ll be seeing it as early as next year to celebrate the 50th anniversary of Ford GT race cars, Ford hasn’t given a global release date other than “before 2020.” Sorry adrenaline junkies, you might just have to wait a few years. “As we at Ford drive innovation into every part of our business, it’s worth remembering that our first innovation as a company was not in a laboratory, but