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The GT, Ford’s most iconic sports car to date, to say goodbye to asphalt counting days. The last GT to be produced by the American car giant, with the latest model to be released in 2022 will leave our environment.

Ford continues to work on the Ford GT, which it is preparing to launch, and does not share any details about the new model. But Engine1. According to the news made by com, secret photos of the model tested in Michigan, the new Ford GT that you will come across with a much more powerful engine than before. may be the first sign.

The changes to the rear could be a sign that the Ford GT has a much different engine

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In the midst of the theses about the Ford GT so far, the new model has a monster-like power and one-to-one sound. It will have a 7.3-liter Godzilla V8 engine, but there was no evidence or explanation to support these claims.

The photos taken during the driving test of the Ford GT proved that the American car giant will bid farewell to the Ford GT with a much more powerful engine. Circled in red in the photo above is the engine oil cap of the GT. Even this cover, which is positioned in a different place than the old models, There is a different hardware under the hood of the Ford GT. is showing. Although the photos are blurry, the exhaust guides and pipes at the bottom of the vehicle are another proof that some changes have been made to the GT.

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Despite all these details, it will be released in 2022. We are fortunate to have never seen a V8 engine in Ford GT.

Let’s say . Presumably, Ford will bid farewell to Ford GT with the EcoBoost V6 engine it has used so far, and it will be revealed that the changes behind the vehicle are made for something else.

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