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2021 Ford GT Carbon Series with 16 Miles Up for Sale

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2021 Ford GT Carbon Series with 16 Miles Up for Sale
2021 Ford GT Carbon Series with 16 Miles Up for Sale

The ultra-rare 2021 Ford GT Carbon Series, boasting just 16 miles on the odometer, has hit the market once again. This high-performance marvel, finished in Shadow Black with exposed carbon-fiber stripes, features the coveted $20,000 Carbon Red Graphics Package. This specific GT variant also includes the “lightweight” Carbon Series package, which enhances its appeal with gloss carbon-fiber 20-inch wheels, exterior elements, an Alcantara-wrapped steering wheel, a polycarbonate engine cover, and titanium lug nuts.

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This vehicle is powered by a robust twin-turbocharged 3.5-liter EcoBoost V6 engine paired with a seven-speed dual-clutch automatic transaxle. The GT is further enhanced with an Akrapovič titanium exhaust system, Brembo carbon-ceramic brakes, butterfly doors, a retractable active rear wing, a rear diffuser, and extensive carbon-fiber interior trim, ensuring it stands out both in terms of performance and aesthetics.

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Originally acquired by the current owner in 2023, this Ford GT is now available in California through dealer consignment. It comes with a clean Carfax report and a clean Montana title, offering peace of mind to potential buyers. The second-generation GT, designed by Chris Svensson, made its debut at the 2015 North American International Auto Show and began production in December 2016 at Multimatic’s assembly facility in Markham, Ontario. This particular model includes a lightweight Gorilla Glass windshield, LED headlights, LED taillights, and a range of carbon-fiber exterior trims, emphasizing its modern, aggressive look. Notably, a minor chip is present on the right mirror, but this does not detract from the vehicle's overall pristine condition.

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The GT’s advanced engineering is evident in its carbon-fiber monocoque structure, which is bolted to front and rear aluminum subframes. These components act as stressed members for the hydraulically adjustable pushrod suspension system. Standard features include variable ride height, a front-axle lift system, selectable driving modes, and launch control, offering a driving experience tailored to both track and road use.

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Riding on 20-inch gloss carbon-fiber wheels wrapped in Michelin Pilot Sport Cup 2 tires, the GT provides exceptional grip and performance. Braking is managed by red-painted Brembo six-piston monoblock calipers over 15.5-inch carbon-ceramic discs at the front, and four-piston calipers over 14.1-inch discs at the rear, ensuring top-tier stopping power.

Inside, the cabin is adorned with black Alcantara over Sparco seats featuring manually reclining carbon-fiber shells. The interior design showcases exposed carbon fiber on the door panels, a fixed-position driver seat paired with an adjustable pedal box and steering column, carbon-fiber trim, automatic climate control, and a touchscreen infotainment system, blending luxury with race-inspired elements.

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The Alcantara-wrapped multifunction steering wheel houses paddle shifters and fronts a configurable digital instrument panel, reflecting the car’s cutting-edge technology and design ethos. The digital odometer confirms the vehicle’s low mileage at just 16 miles.

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This 2021 Ford GT Carbon Series, with its mid-mounted twin-turbocharged 3.5L EcoBoost V6 engine, delivers an exhilarating 660 horsepower and 550 lb-ft of torque. The power is seamlessly managed by a Getrag seven-speed dual-clutch automatic transaxle, ensuring a thrilling yet controlled driving experience. With carbon-fiber aero panels fitted both fore and aft, this GT is not only a visual masterpiece but also a performance beast.

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