Ford plans to build 20 versions of these League of Legends, which will count towards the total 1,350 GT it has promised to build. They will all be painted the same silver exterior, but buyers will have the option to choose between red or blue. carbon fiber topic. If you recall the paint color of the Le Mans winning car from 2016, it was a mix of red, white and blue, so Ford chose red and blue to enhance the look of the car. there. In total, Ford will equip the front splitter, side sills, engine compartment vents, mirror body and rear diffuser. Also of note are 20-inch carbon fiber wheels on the outside, but they’re not standard GT carbon wheels – instead, they’ll have red or blue accents to match the interior. . Ford will also roll out titanium nuts and black paint brake set of clamps to complete the wheel and brake package.
A new exhaust tip design has been developed for the LM model. It’s a 3-D-printed titanium dual exhaust with the “whirlwind design” in the tips hinting at the twin-turbo V6. Power remains unchanged at 660 hp. Just above the new exhaust tips, you’ll see a 3-D printed GT LM badging.
As for the interior, Ford continues the red/blue theme inside, but in an asymmetrical fashion. Which color If you choose, Ford will also cover the driver’s seat with Alcantara in that particular color. So if you go with blue, you get a blue driver’s seat. Opt for red carbon fiber on the exterior and the seats will also be available in red. All LM passenger seats will be upholstered in Ebony (black) Alcantara leather, but will have stitching in the same color as the driver’s seat to match the color theme.
The final unique touch for the LM is an attractive instrument panel badge. To produce the special GT LM dash badge, Ford lowered the crankshaft of 2016 Le Mans finished in third place to powder and will use it as the material to 3-D print the dashboard badges of all 20 LM Edition cars. Apparently, the car’s engine in third place was just lying around completely disassembled on the shelf, so Ford decided to go with it!
Ford says customer deliveries of the LM Edition will begin this fall and production will end at the end of the year.