Meet the Ford GTT, a fusion of the Mustang and GT

Part American muscle, part supercar, the Ford GTT is a blend of the Ford Mustang and the Ford GT by Zero to 60 Designs and will be unveiled at the 2016 Speciality Equipment Market Association in Las Vegas

By: | Published: November 1, 2016 2:34 PM

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What happens when two iconic models are fused together, one of which has rich heritage and the other has blistering supercar performance? The cars in question are the Ford Mustang muscle car and the Ford GT supercar, which have been blended to form a new breed of super-muscle car, the Ford GTT. The design gives an impression of the car having a dark side and mimics the stance of an aggressive beast waiting to be unleashed. Designed by Zero to 60 Designs, the Ford GTT has a perfect mix of both icons and will be revealed in Las Vegas at the 2016 Speciality Equipment Market Association (SEMA) show. The front fascia has slim headlamps with three slats that has been borrowed from the Mustang GT. A large honeycomb grille exudes a supercar design with the dominance of a muscle car.

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Move to the side and what you see is a stark resemblance to the Ford GT with the supercar like air vents besides the large doors that have no function unlike the supercar where the engine is mounted at the rear. The pony car stance makes enough room at the front for the 3.5 litre V6 EcoBoost petrol engine that now churns out a massive 800hp of power over the 600hp of the Ford GT supercar. This is courtesy a new supercharger from ProCharger and a Magnaflow dual exhaust. The car also gets a custom-made Eibach Pro-Street-S suspension for improving handling. The design house also roped in SCT Performance to configure the GTT for better performance. Adding to the pony car design, the rear deck has been designed to be as short as possible like the Mustang whereas the dual circular tail lamp unit looks similar to the Ford GT supercar. In addition to the design, there are racing stripes that run over the GTT, similar to the Mustang and the GT.

The Ford GTT also has HRE Performance P204 Brushed Titanium Wheels with Pirelli P-Zero tyres that are 265 mm wide. The think tank behind the concept is Kenny Pfitzer, who is also responsible for the Ford Bronco Concept and has worked with West Coast Customs and Chip Foose before starting out with his own venture, Zero to 60 Designs in January 2016.