The Ford GT is a second generation mid-engine sports car manufactured by Ford.

Its production marks fifty years since the GT40 Mk. II won the 24 Hours of Le Mans in 1966, as opposed to the production of the first generation GT, which entered production in 2004 as part of Ford's 100th anniversary celebration.

Entering production in December 2016, the GT is aimed with a schedule of 250 cars per year with Ford's assembly facility in Marham, Onario.

The first 500 are reserved for purchase to selected buyers, the next 250 are reserved for buyers that didn't meet Ford's selection process for the first 500, and the final 250 - which will be produced in 2020 - will be available for anyone to purchase.

The 3.5-litre twin-turbocharged EcoBoost V6 and stylised body were incorporated into the GT's design to better facilitate its racing ability. It is not a road car that has been adapted for racing, but rather a racing car that has been tweaked as little as possible to become road legal.

Racing was at the foremost point of the GT's design, and was evident with its entry into the 24 Hours of Le Mans in 2016 within the GTE-Pro class, which was announced a year prior at 2015's event. The #68 Ford GT LM GTE-Pro finished 1st and its victory coincided with 50 years following Ford's win against Ferrari.


Need for Speed: No Limits

The GT appears in Need for Speed: No Limits as part of the "Lights, Camera, Traction" special event that took place from September 22, 2017 to September 29, 2017. The starting performance rating is 693.


The stock Ford GT (2016) is a super class car that requires 60 legendary blueprints to unlock. The blueprints required to unlock the vehicle can be found from various sources;
  • "Lights, Camera, Traction" special event
  • Premium Crate

Receive 350 mechanic level XP by building up, 2000 mechanic level XP by fully staging up this car and 1200 mechanic level XP by unlocking tuning.

NFS NL Ford GT 2016 NFSNL SuperClassIcon Super NFSNL GarageIcon Loan 5775 5400 5588 693 NFSNL GarageIcon PR
NFSNL GoldStar 3NFSNL GreyStar 5 x60 Blueprints NFSNL GarageIcon Upgrade 10068 9900 9984 1010 NFSNL GarageIcon PR
Stage Upgrades
NFSNL GoldStar 4NFSNL GreyStar 4 x35
NFSNL GoldStar 5NFSNL GreyStar 3 x35
NFSNL GoldStar 6NFSNL GreyStar 2 x50
NFSNL GoldStar 7NFSNL GreyStar 1 x50
NFSNL GoldStar 8 x70
NFSNL GarageIcon Tune 12864 11183 13312 1158 NFSNL GarageIcon PR

Need for Speed: Payback

The GT appears in Need for Speed: Payback following a brief appearance in the Official Story Trailer trailer[1] released on October 12, 2017.


It is unlocked for purchase from the drag, drift, and race class dealerships upon completing three questlines in chapter 5 - High Stakes.

NFSPB FordGT Garage NFSPB Dealership Drag IconNFSPB Dealership Drift IconNFSPB Dealership NA IconNFSPB Dealership Race IconNFSPB Dealership NA IconNFSPB Dealership NA Icon Unlocked in chapter 5 - High Stakes.
NFSPB BankYellow Icon 453,150
NFSPB StatIcon Speed LargeWhite Horsepower 647
Top Speed 216
NFSPB StatIcon Accel LargeWhite 0 - 60 2.90
1/4 Mile 10.50
NFSPB StatIcon Nitro LargeWhite N2O Capacity 2.4
N2O Power 2.4
NFSPB StatIcon Air LargeWhite Airtime 3.5
Landing 2.5
NFSPB StatIcon Brakes LargeWhite Response 3.4
Power 3.3

Need for Speed: Heat

The GT appears in Need for Speed: Heat following an article, revealing it to be part of the game's official car list, was published[2][3] on August 19, 2019, and appears in the NFS: Heat Studio app as part of container 4, which was released on September 10, 2019.


The stock GT can be unlocked in Need for Speed: Heat.



  1. Video: Need for Speed (2017) Need for Speed Payback: Official Story Trailer. Available at:
  2. Article: (2019) Under the Hood: Need for Speed Heat Car List. Available at:
  3. Article: (2019) Need for Speed Heat Full Car List Revealed. Available at:
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