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Modern GT90 Supercar: Iconic Looks, No V12.

Under its hood, the beast held a 6.0 liter V12 engine that was capable of releasing 720hp.Rostislav Prokop, a digital artist at HotCars, is courageous enough to revive one of Ford’s most beloved supercars: the GT90. This concept car was operational in 1995, and it had an unmatched style. Equipped with a potent 6.0 liters V12 powerplant, it generated outstandingly high-power output of up to 720 hp.

The freshly designed GT90 emerged to become a spiritual heir to the widely acclaimed GT40. It was built upon Ford’s new “New Edge” philosophy, emphasizing plenty of sharp, angular patterns. Back in 1995 when this concept car unveiled, the McLaren F1 had already hit roads – while the Bugatti Veyron wouldn’t surface for nearly another decade.

Brimming with a potent powerplant, boasting Veyron-comparable performance, and displaying an iconic style – the Ford GT90 was a beacon of possibility and potential for the dawn of a new millennium. A recent rendering demonstrates how this classic ride could become revitalized, incorporating contemporary styling to permanently eradicate any lingering 90s memories.

The Ford GT40 was first participated in a race 29 years before the presentation of the GT90 at the Detroit Auto Show, and now, nearly an entire three decades after, a render depicts the 90s Gran Turismo icon with a modern look.

Rostislav unveils an updated supercar, stretching out and refining the classic GT90’s iconic silhouette. While maintaining a direct resemblance to the original, the body is now longer and wider, as well as being more stylish. The notable New Edge curving of the vehicle finally appears dated in comparison.

The front of that car is lower and less round, the nose longer and sharper, topped by the unforgettable white LED headlights. The signature grille in the center of the hood now has some backwards-acting ducts and a pointy “V” detail. What appears to be the biggest change is the adoption of everyday side mirrors in place of the cartoonish ones from the past. The wheels have been replaced with aquamarine alloy rims, replacing the old midnight blue spinner caps. A jet black front lip plus fresh side skirts containing further vents adds a contemporary feel.

The unforgettable rear intake vents are now aerodynamic components, flowing air towards the back and above the wing. The tail is likewise broad and inclined, more similar to a McLaren Speedtail than the stubby originally-equipped back of the vehicle.

Angular geometrical forms are back in style concerning the iconic center-mounted exhaust stack, evidencing a novel configuration. This time, the rear spoiler is proudly displayed on top of the middle pyramid that contains the mechanics of the exhausts, instead of being flush with it.

The back of the car also draws much influence from the contemporary Ford GT, featuring a diffuser and freshly-designed circular tail lamps, as well as the styling of the motor hood and glazing.

The original supercar featured a powerfully-amended version of the Ford 4.6-liter, modular V8 with an outrageous quad-turbocharged 5.9-liter V12 to deliver a whopping 720 hp. The 5-speed manual transmission directed power towards the back wheels, making it possible for the motor vehicle to hit a hypothetical top speed of 253 mph.

Ten years prior to the emergence of the Bugatti Veyron, Ford had determined that the GT90 possessed fabulous speed potential. They achieved this by integrating four turbochargers onto its aluminum, 48-valve, double overhead camshaft engine.

Presently, Oklahoma’s Hajek Motorsports Museum showcases the car which is not available for purchase. A modernized edition such as this would definitively be a hit. As the iconic GT40 spearheaded the GT series in the past and the fancy GT90 followed in the 90s, we could dub this version the GT203 (corresponding with the same numerical proportion).

In lieu of the aging 5.9-liter V12, a hybrid powertrain would be poised to inhabit this meshing of ninety’s vision and contemporary efficiency. We anticipate that the novel Ford GT90 preserves the electric blue cabin, which was one of the most iconic aspects of the original supercar’s character.


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