Ford GT90 prototype from 1995 was inspired by the legendary
GT40 racer of the 1960's, although the design was entirely original
employing a new styling theme Ford called "edge design".
This involved using sharp angles which collide into each other
creating interesting shadows and highlights.
Power for the carbon
fiber bodied Ford GT90 came from a quad turbo 720 horsepower
V12 with ceramic exhausts.
Originaly Ford intended to produce a limited run of 100 GT90's
but this plan never came to fruition and the the GT90 concept
remained a one-off.