The SEMA Show is a legendary annual event that brings about some spectacular creations for the world to get an idea of what is possible with the help of aftermarket additions to a vehicle. One such example is the 2005 Ford GTX1s, built by the Genaddi Design Group at the request of Ford Executive Kip Ewing. Only four of these beautiful creations were built to commemorate the legendary automotive event, and it looks like one is up for grabs by way of Chicago Motor Cars.
2005 Ford GTX1: Details
According to duPont Registry, the factory-modified Ford GT features the GTX1 Package (SEMA Edition), which showcases a stunning Valencia Yellow finish with Titanium Silver racing stripes. The body style is reminiscent of a stock Ford GT, but that doesn’t mean it’s without some changes as the GTX1 includes upgrades like a carbon fiber aero package, removable soft top roof, GTX1 two-tone wheels, redesigned rear clamshell, and a lot of more. Looking at this legendary car, it’s clear this thing is truly special.
The inside of the 2005 Ford GTX1 features a subtle black leather interior fitted with a pair of custom Sparco bucket seats. Ebony Black leather upholstery and satin-finished aluminum layer the interior trim components. The interior of the car is sleek and refined and in excellent condition considering the age of the vehicle, but since it only has 129 miles on it, that’s not too surprising.
At the back, the exposed rear clamshell hood shows off the modified 5.7L Supercharged 8-Cylinder engine that produces over 700 horsepower, sent to the rear wheels via a 6-speed manual transmission. It’s unclear what the price of this ultra-rare and beautiful supercar is, based on the duPont Registry page for the car, you’ll have to call to get that information, and that’s usually a pretty clear indication that if you have to ask, you probably can’t afford it. But if you aren’t financially challenged, check out the 2005 Ford GTX1 sale page.