If you’re one of the lucky chaps who has $400,000 burning a hole in your pocket, and your friendly neighborhood Ford dealer has taken a good chunk of it and promised you one of its upcoming 2017 Ford GT super-cars, don’t go making room in the garage just yet. It’s entirely likely that your local dealership won’t even have one to sell.
250’s the number, said Joe Hinrichs, Ford’s president of the Americas, referencing the annual production volume. We’re not going to make everybody happy.
That’s an understatement. The production is capped at 250 per year due to carbon-fiber production constraints and is unlikely to be raised. What Ford still isn’t saying, however, is how many years the car will be produced—and, thus, what the total output will be.
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