That Mustang-Ford GT Love Child Is Going To Cost $125,000

by Jay Traugott
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And if you want you'd better get in line. Fast.
Last November at SEMA, Zero to 60 Designs revealed something that Ford itself is not a fan of: the Grand Turismo Tribute, or GTT, which we then described (and still do) as "the love child of a Ford Mustang and GT." We were smitten, as were many of you. And now we’ve learned that Zero to 60 Designs is planning a 50-unit limited production run of the Mustang-based GTT, instead of the originally planned 25. A total of three different models will be offered and the base version will begin at $124,950.
But that so-called base GTT includes a Magnaflow exhaust, Eibach coil-over suspension, 22-inch wheels wearing Pirelli P-Zero rubber, and the customer’s choice of exterior paint.

That Mustang-Ford GT Love Child Is Going To Cost $125,000
The GTT-S will go for $142,500 and will come with an Eibach sway bar, Brembo brakes, tinted windows and a ProCharger Stage III supercharger, a feature that was shown on the SEMA show car and is expected to produce around 800 horsepower. Then there’s the top-of-the-line GTT-SL for $149,000, which will offer, in addition to everything on the GT-S, carbon fiber dash and door panel trim, an upgraded sound system and various other unique items. Regardless of which GTT trim is chosen, none will feature any Ford badging, just like the SEMA concept.

That Mustang-Ford GT Love Child Is Going To Cost $125,000
That Mustang-Ford GT Love Child Is Going To Cost $125,000
That Mustang-Ford GT Love Child Is Going To Cost $125,000
That Mustang-Ford GT Love Child Is Going To Cost $125,000
That Mustang-Ford GT Love Child Is Going To Cost $125,000
That Mustang-Ford GT Love Child Is Going To Cost $125,000
That Mustang-Ford GT Love Child Is Going To Cost $125,000
That Mustang-Ford GT Love Child Is Going To Cost $125,000
That Mustang-Ford GT Love Child Is Going To Cost $125,000








by Jay Traugott
That Mustang-Ford GT Love Child Is Going To Cost $125,000