2022 Ford GT Infotainment

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 Before production ends this year, the 2022 Ford GT will receive one more retro edition. The Alan Mann Heritage Edition is the latest iteration. It was inspired by a pair of 1966 Ford GT40 race cars built by Alan Mann Racing, a British racing outfit. The aluminium body shells of those cars were what set them apart. While the lightweight bodies made the 289-ci V8 GT40s fast, Ford ultimately focused on cars with larger 427-ci engines. The special edition GT uses carbon fibre instead of aluminium in its construction, but it has an updated version of the race cars' red paint with gold and white stripes.
2022 Ford GT


2022 Ford GT Infotainment


With the emphasis on driving, the Ford GT lacks the plethora of infotainment and connectivity features found in most modern vehicles. Nonetheless, it has a 6.5-inch touchscreen and is compatible with Ford's Sync 3 software. For those who want to road-trip this $500,000 machine, it also responds to voice commands and has built-in navigation.

The 2022 Ford GT will be the last of its kind, signalling the end of an illustrious era. Any fan of American automotive history—or the 2019 film about Ford's crusade to outrace Ferrari—must adore the GT, even if it does cost a cool $500,000.00. The final year of the supercar is commemorated by a special edition livery of blue and off-white, reminiscent of the prototype that debuted in 1964.
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