cc supercharged V8
bhp @ 6500 rpm
kg / 3485 lbs
limited-edition Ford GT Tungsten was built to commemorate the
40th Anniversary of Ford's first win at Le Mans. Silver color
scheme replaced the existing 'Quick Silver' on the Ford GT's
color palette. A Quick Silver racing stripe could be added to
the Tungsten Silver package.
The Ford GT Tungsten Silver was developed for the 2004 North
American International Auto Show Ford "Performance Trilogy"
show cars - the Ford GT, the Shelby Cobra roadster concept and
the new 2005 Mustang GT. Customer demand was so overwhelming
that the color was added to the production palette.
"There's good contrast between the colors," says Camilo Pardo,
chief designer of the Ford GT. "But it's a discreet contrast.
In Tungsten Silver, the Ford GT is really dressy, like a fine
suit. It looks mature.
"This dark silver color also brings out all the design features
and the subtleties of the car," he adds. "In fact, people who've
seen it thought we'd added a feature line around the side of
the car. It's always been there, but you may not notice it in
the car's other colors. The Tungsten Silver really brings it
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