Report: The Ford GT was designed underground to avoid spy shots

Nobody can deny, Ford completely blew us away with the new GT at the 2015 Detroit Auto Show last month.

The wow factor didn’t exactly come from just being a new GT, but because nobody really saw it coming, until some shady rumors surfaced last minute. And voila!

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How did they do it? Well, simple. They designed in a basement, according to AutomotiveNews, specifically to keep it away from any spy photos. But not only that, the small team of designers worked overnight and were signed in confidence. Like out of an Area 51 project, they couldn’t tell a soul. Otherwise, Henry Ford’s army would’ve struck down.

It’s like a story similar to the Jaguar E-Type, which was tested at night on the empty British highways when the rest of the country was asleep. That makes it quite inspiring.

Source: AutomotiveNews

 


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Chris Chin

Chris Chin is the Editor-In-Chief of egmCarTech and is a regular contributor to Automobile Magazine.

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