The Ford GT40 Mk II Coupe 1966 is the pinnacle of automotive engineering and has become the stuff of legends. From its eye-catching silhouette to its raw power, the GT40 is a timeless classic and a monument to Ford's engineering excellence. The car features a sleek, aerodynamic two-door coupe with an unmistakable shape. The lines of the body are underscored by broader shapes that recall the body of a racecar, with wide fenders and sharp cutaways below the doors. The long, low hood curves and slopes down into an angled chin spoiler, leading the eye to the signature scalloped mid-doors. Metal-spoked wheels unique to the GT40 complete the iconic look, and the dual exit exhaust pipes add to the aggressive appearance. The interior reveals contemporary style, featuring leather upholstery and a wood-rimmed steering wheel. In addition, the iconic center-hinged instrument panel has become a signature detail for the GT40. Under the hood, the GT40 Mk II is powered by a big-block V8 engine producing 365 hp. It is mated to a four-speed manual transmission and, when pushed, the car can reach speeds of up to 200 mph. Stopping power comes in the form of large, four-wheel disc brakes, providing exceptional control on the track. A few examples have been fitted with upgraded engines, and these models can produce up to 600 hp. Lastly, the beauty of the Ford GT40 Mk II Coupe rests in its place in automotive history – having claimed consecutive wins at the 24 Hours of Le Mans, the car is an undisputed classic.
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