2022 Ford GT

MSRP $500,150 Est.

Ranked #4 in Midsize Coupe

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2022 Ford GT Price, Review, Ratings and Pictures

Updated on: September 7, 2021

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Nathan Dyer 

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Ford has finally revealed that the 2022 model year will be the last hurrah for its ultimate Supercar, the GT Coupe. To round off what has been a fantastic success story for the brand, Ford has launched the Heritage Edition of the GT for this year. The 2022 Ford GT will continue to be powered by a 660 hp producing turbo V6 engine that helps it do a 0-60 mph run in just 3.0 seconds. Ford has yet to officially announce the pricing of the 2022 GT, but we expect it to be somewhere around the $500,000 mark.

2022 Ford GT Coupe

Ford had only planned 1350 units of the GT to be made and the production will be stopped when the Dearborn-based marquee reaches that figure. In terms of rivals, there is nothing that this Ford directly competes with. However, considering all the Le Mans history and the famed Snake-Stallion rivalry, it will be fair to pit the GT against the Ferrari F8 Tributo. It also goes against the likes of the McLaren 720S and the Lamborghini Aventador.

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Pros

Breathtaking Performance

Scintillating Design

Ride feels planted at high speeds

Sheer Exclusivity that the Coupe brings with it

Cons

Jaw-dropping price tag

Sub-par Cargo space

What's New?

New Heritage Edition added


Features

vehicle bio

base price

$500150

bodystyle

2dr Coupe

passenger capacity

2

top speed

216 mph

engine type

horsepower

660 hp @ 6250 rpm

torque

550 lb-ft @ 5,900 rpm

transmission

7-speed Automatic

dimensions

wheelbase

106.7 in.

length

187.5 in.

width

78.9 in.

height

43.7 in.

curb weight

3354 lbs.

capacity

passenger volume

43 cu ft.

cargo volume

20 cu ft.

performance

zero to 60 mph

3 sec.

zero to 100 mph

6.2 sec.

standing 1/4-mile

10.8 sec.

braking (70-0 mph)

145 ft.

fuel economy

city/combined/highway

12/14/18 mpg

warranty

basic warranty

3 yr. / unlimited miles

powertrain warranty

3 yr. / unlimited miles

roadside assistance

No


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Trims

Base$500,150 Est. onwards

Colors and Styles

2022 Ford GT in Matte Black color
Matte Black

Vehicle images are guides only and may not reflect the model's exact specifications/features– exact specifications/features should be confirmed with the seller.

Ratings

Pricing and Features

7.0

Engine and Performace

8.0

Fuel Economy

8.0

Interior

6.0

Exterior

8.0

Safety

6.0

Competition

9.0

7.4

OVERALL RATING

Expert Review, Pricing Analysis and Buying Guide

7.4

Overall Rating


Starting with its fire-breathing 3.5L V6 engine, bodywork loaded with carbon fiber making the Coupe weigh just 3354 lbs, the 2022 Ford GT screams performance right from the word Go. Sure, it may not have as many horses up its sleeve on paper at least like the Ford Shelby GT500 but considering its sheer heritage, mind-numbing performance, and precise design makes it the pinnacle of the Blue-Oval’s engineering prowess. The GT features a feature-loaded infotainment setup as well as other creature comforts that you would find in a Ford Expedition or Edge.

2022 Ford GT Coupe front view
2022 Ford GT Coupe rear view

8.0/10
Fuel Economy

6.0/10
Interior

8.0/10
Exterior

6.0/10
Safety

9.0/10
Competition


2022 Ford GT Features

Having being brought for this year with little to no changes, the 2022 Ford GT would continue to be offered in a single trim. While official pricing is yet to be announced by the Blue Oval, expect the GT to cost somewhere around half a million dollars.

2022 Ford GT Coupe Heritage Edition

Ford has confirmed the Heritage Edition for the 2022 Model Year as well and that adds plenty of racing heritage to the car's aesthetics. Mechanically, it remians more or less similar to the standard Ford GT.

Model

Ford GT

MSRP

$500,000

Key Features

6.5-inch touchscreen infotainment with Navigation

 

10.1-inch configurable drivers display

 

Hydraulic speed-deployable spoiler

 

Carbon-fiber body

 

Akrapovic titanium exhaust system

 

Rearview camera

 

Movable steering wheel and pedals

 

FIA approved roll-cage

 

SYNC 3 based infotainment system

 

Sparco seats

 

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The GT’s single trim leaves no room for a trim recommendation. However, its excessive amounts of customization options leave the customer with an incredible amount of options. Last year’s GULF Livery is likely to be offered this year as well. However, the GT Heritage Edition is on its way out.

2022 Ford GT Engine and Performance

"For anyone who wants to drive a race car that's legal for road use, just gather up about a half-million dollars and somehow earn the chance to buy a 2022 Ford GT"- Car and Driver

The 2022 Ford GT will continue with the same 3.5L Twin-turbo V6 that churns out 660-horses equivalent power and 550 lb-ft of torque. The engine is mashed to a lightning-quick 7-speed automatic transmission, and all the power flows to the rear wheels. 

2022 Ford GT Coupe side view

The engine is nothing less of a beast, roaring behind the passenger seat, and yes, Ford’s approach was somewhat eccentric to the segment which has some powerful competitors with fire-breathing V8s and V12s. Despite the rear-wheel configuration, the Ford GT can attain a 0-60 MPH and a quarter-mile time of 3 seconds and 10.8 seconds, respectively. The 7-speed dual-clutch contributes to this brisk acceleration by being seamless with lightning-quick shifts. 

Models

2022 Ford GT Coupe

2021 McLaren 720s

2021 Lamborghini Aventador S

2021 Ferrari F8 Tributo

MSRP

$500,000

$299,000

$417,826

$280,000

Engine

3.5-liter twin-turbo V6

4.0-liter twin-turbo V8

6.5-liter V12

3.9L Twin-Turbo V8

Drivetrain

RWD

RWD

AWD

RWD

Transmission

7-speed dual-clutch automatic

7-speed dual-clutch automatic

7-speed automated manual

7-speed automatic

Power

660 hp @ 6,250 rpm

710 hp @ 7,500 rpm

730 hp @ 8,400 rpm

710 hp @ 8,000 rpm

Torque

550 lb-ft @ 5,900 rpm

568 lb-ft @ 5,500 rpm

507 lb-ft @ 5,500 rpm

568 lb-ft @ 3,250 rpm

Before the emotional crowd bursts, we agree to the distinctive V6 of the Ford GT being under-powered in the class of high-revving, massive displacement engines with 8 or more cylinders. The 2021 McLaren 720S is quicker and more powerful than the Ford GT. It is also attainable as compared to the highly exclusive GT.

2022 Ford GT Coupe side view front view

On the other hand, the old-school Lamborghini Aventador offers neck-snapping acceleration and all-wheel-drive confidence to flow through corners and munch the rivals on straights.  The Ferrari however is the liveliest amongst the group. Despite managing a 3.3-seconds 0-60mph sprint; the Ferrari F8 Tributo is more powerful and affordable than the ridiculously expensive Ford GT.

2022 Ford GT Fuel Economy

8.0/10

"Preserving fossil fuels is the lowest priority when it comes to hypercars. However, the Ford GT is one of the most efficient examples"- Car and Driver

Seeking for desirable fuel efficiency that too in the segment of supercars with massive engines is moronic. The 2022 Ford GT and its V6 engine deliver a 14 mpg combined, which is average for the class.

2022 Ford GT Coupe side view angular view

It also has a 15.2-gallon fuel tank to stretch the most miles and stand the expectation of reaching your destination without needing a refill. However, we do wish that the Ford did offer a slightly bigger tank for that added range.

Model

2022 Ford GT Coupe

2021 McLaren 720s

2021 Lamborghini Aventador S

2021 Ferrari F8 Tributo

MPG (City)

12

15

9

15

MPG (Highway)

18

22

15

19

MPG (Combined)

14

18

11

16

Fuel Capacity (gallons)

15.2

19

22.5

22.7

However, the 2022 Ford GT starts to seem efficient if we look at the Lamborghini Aventador S which is the thirstiest of the group. The McLaren 720s and Ferrari F8 Tributo deliver satisfactory figures in comparison to the Blue-Oval’s mighty supercar.

2022 Ford GT Interior

6.0/10

"The interior is similarly arresting but for a different reason: It's extremely minimalistic and driver-focused" - Car and Driver

The 2022 Ford GT is expected to receive no major changes. Like every other low-riding supercar, the Ford GT will require you to duck low and get into the cabin. Inside, there’s space for just two, given it’s tighter than most rivals. The $500,000 Ford GT comes in a single variant option, with fixed Recaro carbon fiber seats. Yes fixed seats, but Ford has engineered the steering wheel and the pedals to adjust for the driver.

2022 Ford GT Coupe side view dashboard

The cabin is striking yet very minimalist, there’s a mixture of Alcantara, carbon fiber, and brushed steel, the 2022 could bring some options in upholstery as well. The sporty flat-bottom steering with integrated illuminated shift lights instantly grabs the attention, there is a carbon fiber pedal box with anodized aluminum pedals and serialized identification plates which projects the brand's love for minuscule details to please the buyers.

2022 Ford GT Coupe front seats

Four interior color options include Launch Control (yes, that’s an interior trim), Light Speed, Re-Entry, and Dark Energy, there could be an addition of more options in this list too with the 2022 Ford GT.  Being very track-focused, there aren’t any fancy tech bits that could distract the driver. To begin with the infotainment list, there’s a 6.5-inch touchscreen featuring Ford’s SYNC infotainment interface. It has Apple CarPlay, Android Auto, a voice-activated navigation system, and a rearview camera as well. There’s a 10-inch digital driver’s display with crisp graphics and high customizability. 

Model

2022 Ford GT Coupe

2021 McLaren 720s

2021 Lamborghini Aventador S

2021 Ferrari F8 Tributo

Seating Capacity

2

2

2

2

Front Row (Head/Shoulder/Leg) (in)

35.7/48.7/43.0

N/A

N/A

N/A

Cargo Capacity (cu-ft)

0.4

12.7

5.3

N/A

All of the above rivals are fairly comfortable, very sporty, furnished with premium materials, and fitted with essential tech only for the driving-biased experience. But each of them is quite distinctive in its own manner.

2022 Ford GT Exterior

8.0/10

"Its breathtaking bodywork both honors the iconic GT40 race car that dominated Le Mans in the 1960s and serves as the pinnacle of the Blue Oval's design and engineering departments" - Car and Driver

Again, there are no changes expected to the exteriors of the 2022 Ford GT. This means it will continue with its head-turning and stunning looks. The front will be garnished by the Blue-Oval’s “Ford” emblems on the hood, which also feature a dual hood-scoop design. The stylish headlights with integrated LED DRLs will also be retained on the front. 

2022 Ford GT Coupe front view

From the side, no one would have any difficulty in recognizing the distinct and advanced aerodynamic elements like the massive “flying buttress side-body scoops alongside the wide front and rear fenders. These elements have been inherited from the legendary GT40 itself. For buyers who would love to flaunt their money and the 2022 Ford GT, can opt for the “liquid carbon” package that exposes all the carbon fiber utilized in the body and is protected with a clear coat.

Model

2022 Ford GT Coupe

2021 McLaren 720s

2021 Lamborghini Aventador S

2021 Ferrari F8 Tributo

Curb Weight (lbs)

3,354

3,139

3,472

3164

Length (in)

187.5

178.9

188.9

181.5

Width (in)

78.9

76

79.9

77.8

Height (in)

43.7

47.1

44.7

47.5

Ground Clearance (in)

N/A

4.2

4.1

N/A

Wheelbase (in)

106.7

105.1

106.3

104.3

All of these cars are very distinctive in their own rights, but each of them will surely grab some eyes, even before you hit the pedal to flaunt the big engines’ roars. Amongst the rivals, the Lamborghini Aventador S is the heftiest, while the McLaren is the lightest.

2022 Ford GT Safety

6.0/10

If you are slashing the $500,000 cheque off your account, you’d definitely expect it to be safe as well. The 2022 Ford GT will retain every safety aid from the previous model year. The list will thus include a rearview camera, roll cage, automatic post-crash fuel cutoff system, airbags (frontal, side, and knee), post-crash alert system, ABS, traction control, and stability control.

2022 Ford GT Heritage Edition

There are no safety ratings to judge the sturdiness of the Ford GT, it's due to limited production and a sky-scraping price tag of $500,000. It hasn’t been crash-tested. But with the brand’s reputation and solemnity to safety, it can be assured for safety too. Besides, the 2022 Ford GT comes with a carbon fiber body coupled with aluminum substructures and an FIA-approved roll cage, and these reassure safety.

2022 Ford GT Competition

9.0/10

2022 Ford GT Coupe vs 2021 McLaren 720s

The 2022 Ford GT Coupe and its hefty price tag doesn’t translate to a great value for money next to the 2021 McLaren 720s. The McLaren 720s is insanely quick. Both these limited production cars utilize a high amount of carbon fiber and other light yet high-tensile materials to enhance performance. The McLaren leads in terms of efficiency too. Comparing the interiors, they are quite distinctly styled but highly focused on driving.

2021 McLaren 720s

2022 Ford GT Coupe vs 2021 Lamborghini Aventador S

The 2021 Lamborghini Aventador S is the most powerful supercar in the group. It also features an all-wheel-drive system that makes it rigorously agile and neck-snapping quick, and it's 0.2 seconds quicker than the Ford GT. Though the fuel efficiency puts the Italian bull badge in the lower end of the spectrum, it never promises to be efficient, plus, if you are worried about efficiency DO NOT buy any of these cars. 

2021 Lamborghini Aventador S

Of all, the Aventador is also the fanciest on the inside, well furnished with high-quality materials and impressive technology, with sporty seats and limited legroom restricting tall passengers to be comfortable. The 2021 Lamborghini Aventador S comes with a hefty price tag too, but it's lower than the 2022 Ford GT. But then, the latter is a collectible limited to just 1350 unit production.

2022 Ford GT Coupe vs 2021 Ferrari F8 Tributo

At last, it’s Ford vs Ferrari, the reason the iconic GT40 came into existence. But the Ford GT Coupe is worlds apart from the Italian exotic supercar F8 Tributo in every bit comparable. Both the cars drive very differently, the F8 has a glorious V8 that hides the fact that it’s turbocharged, whereas, the GT seems proud to flaunt its twin-turbo V6. On the inside, the F8 is typically Ferrari-esque while the GT feels like a hardcore race car.

2021 Ferrari F8 Tributo

But, in the end, the Ford GT Coupe is pricier and is much more exclusive than the Ferrari- which in itself is quite a statement.

2022 Ford GT Final Verdict

The 2022 Ford GT is expected to remain unchanged, but it still is very valuable and collectible being limited to 1350 unit production. This should be enough to disregard the fact that it lacks the charm of a burly V8 or a screaming V12 like some key competitors.  The Ford GT retains some impressive aero-kits from the iconic GT40, which makes it more peculiar than the rivals. If the $500,000 price tag hasn’t stopped you from dreaming about this marvelous piece of engineering, then nothing should stop you from bringing the 2022 Ford GT to your Multi-car garage. 

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