Back in June, controversial German tuner and custom car builder Mansory unveiled his latest creation: a completely slow Ford GT, overhead, with brand new body panels and 700 horsepower, limited to just three examples. The only thing we were not secretive about was the price of the car. Well, thanks to this list on the German car sales site Mobile.de, we now know how much this wild imagination of the Ford supercar will cost: About $ 2.1 million.
Called Le Mansory – a game with the phrase Le Mans – brand new sports cars carbon fiber panels formed at controversial angles, and a whole new magic with angry-looking headlights. There are also roof knives, side edge additions, a large rear arm and a three-way outlet configuration. The interior is just as ridiculous, with two-tone seats and what looks like acres of Alcantara. The engine bay is treated to bright blue gear and some Mansory marks. … It is … more or less.
Of course, the changes are not all cosmetic. The two-liter 3.5-liter EcoBoost V-6 Le Mansory is tuned to 700 horsepower and 619 lb-ft of torque – an increase of 53 horsepower and 69 lb-ft in stock. Those wheels? Counterfeit items wrapped in Continental Sport 6 tires. Mansory claims the car could hit flat 220 miles per hour outside.
Tuner has listed his first example for sale on Mobile.de with a asking price of € 1.8 million, or $ 2,124,810 at current exchange rates. For context, this is more than four times the cost of a new base, the Ford GT, and almost double what stock examples sell in the used market. While the price seems a bit nutty, we are confident that Mansory will find someone with strange tastes with money to blow up this monstrosity.
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