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Someone Made A Ford GT-Inspired Mustang And We're Not Sure How To Feel

Haven't been able to get through that pesky Ford GT application process? Here's an aftermarket solution...

Remind me later
Someone Made A Ford GT-Inspired Mustang And We're Not Sure How To Feel - Tuning

It’s really not that easy to get your hands on a Ford GT. Aside from the hurdle of the rather hefty price, Ford is only planning to build 250 a year, and as has been well documented, the application process isn’t the easiest thing to get through.

Getting hold of a new Ford Mustang on the other hand is as easy as pie. So how about this as a solution? It’s the GTT by Zero to 60 Designs, debuting at this year’s SEMA show.

Someone Made A Ford GT-Inspired Mustang And We're Not Sure How To Feel - Tuning

It takes design cues from the mighty GT supercar and slaps them on a Mustang via a series of custom body panels. For good measure, the 5.0-litre ‘Coyote’ V8 has received a ProCharger supercharger, ECU tweak and a Magnaflow exhaust, upping the internally combusted violence to around 800bhp.

Meanwhile if you’re thinking those wheels look huge, that’s because they are: they’re HRE Performance brushed titanium items, measuring a huge 22 inches in diameter and wrapped in Pirelli P-Zero rubber.

Someone Made A Ford GT-Inspired Mustang And We're Not Sure How To Feel - Tuning

All sounds fine and dandy, but we’re not 100 per cent sold on the looks, which are a tad awkward from some angles. It also looks like the physical version doesn’t quite match the concept art - those dummy grille inserts on the boot haven’t made it to the IRL version, for instance.

Someone Made A Ford GT-Inspired Mustang And We're Not Sure How To Feel - Tuning

But hey, beauty is known to be in the eye of the beholder, so we’ll let you discuss the looks of this curious brute in the comments.