Last summer, the madmen over at Mansory gave us their idea of a modified Ford GT, called Le Mansory, and the results were polarizing to say the least. The crazy bodykit changed most of the iconic supercar’s design, for better or for worse, and at the time, Mansory said they were planning on building three of these insane supercars. Now, they’ve followed up on their word, and unveiled the second Le Mansory Ford GT, and it features a far more sinister bare carbon fiber red and black look than the blue vehicle we first laid eyes on this summer.
The most extreme modifications are in the front. Gone is the Ford GT design we all know, and in its place are new headlights, hood and bumper design. Oh, and the molded carbon fiber made to look like tire tracks remains on the hood as well, coming out of the revised hood vents. Around the back, it’s got a new rear bumper design, triple exhaust and massive rear wing that replaces the GT’s active unit.
Carbon fiber is a bit of a theme of this Le Mansory too, as the Ford GT body is made of exposed carbon. There are even multiple weave patterns, with a traditional carbon making up most of the bodywork, but a checkerboard design making up the details.
Red is also used as an accent across the car. The wheels have a pinstripe around them, there’s a red middle stripe and some of the carbon aero body kit has a red pinstripe to highlight its edges. Inside, the theme continues. The interior has been fully retrimmed in red and black alcantara, with a new seat stitching and pattern that is unique to Le Mansory. Otherwise, it’s typical Ford GT, which is no bad thing.
Just like the first Le Mansory, this pumped up Ford GT is more than just a questionable styling exercise. The 3.5 liter EcoBoost V6 has been upgraded from the stock 660 hp to provide 700 hp and 620 lbs ft of torque.
Being the second of three planned Le Mansory Ford GT supercars, we are still waiting to see one more, but there’s always a chance it won’t happen. If you check Mansory’s website, the original blue model from this summer is listed under their for sale section with a $2 million price tag. If nobody wants the first one, it’ll be interesting to see if a new spec makes this Le Mansory a more compelling purchase for a millionaire that wants to stand out.