The 2017 Ford GT will feature five driving modes to suit different driving conditions. This was revealed following a recent passenger rides offered for selected press members.
The 2017 Ford GT comes with five distinctive driving modes to cater different road and driving conditions. It's almost after two years the details about the car have landed on the internet.
The Wet driving mode on the 2017 Ford GT is the least aggressive mode one can drive. The suspension is set to soft, power delivery will be more linear and ABS and Traction control will be operating at their full potential.
The second mode which is named as the Normal mode retains the same suspension setup as Wet mode. But the throttle response, transmission shifting, traction and stability control is set to default settings.
Next, comes the Sport mode which unleashes the true potential of the 3.5-litre twin-turbo V6 engine. The gear shifting also becomes more aggressive. The front shutter on the nose of the car opens to allow airflow through low-pressure shunt pathway.
The fourth mode is the McLaren P1-style Track mode. In this mode the ride height drops by 50mm, the nose shutter close and the hydraulic rear wing is deployed for increased stability.
And lastly the car comes with Vmax mode. This mode features low ride height and stiff suspension as the Track mode. But the nose air shutters will open and the rear wing will be lowered. A top speed of 320km/h can be achieved in this mode.