MARKHAM, Ontario, Canada, Dec. 16, 2016--Raj Nair, Ford executive VP, global product development and chief technical officer, drove the Ford GT supercar off the line to help celebrate the event along with employees and guests. The all-new Ford GT is entering the final phase of development and production has begun. One of the first Ford GTs is being driven off the line at the Multimatic assembly location with the first behind the scenes look at the assembly line for all-new Ford GT. The Ford GT is the culmination of years of Ford innovation in aerodynamics, lightweight carbon fiber construction and ultra-efficient EcoBoost engines. Photo by: Sam VarnHagen

Expensive News – Guess the gas mileage of Ford’s GT supercar

Expensive News – Guess the gas mileage of Ford’s GT supercar

Guess the gas mileage of Ford’s GT supercar


The EPA has officially rated the fuel mileage of the 200-plus-mph, EcoBoost-powered Ford GT: Drumroll, please: It’ll get 11 mpg in the city, 18 on the highway, for a combined average of 14 mpg. Apparently that EcoBoost is a lot more boost than eco. That also means the Ford GT will get the mandated gas-guzzler tax, which will fall somewhere between $2,000 and $3,000, depending on how the government calculates it. Also, it’s one tick less city and highway than the 5.4-liter supercharged V8 in the 2005 edition.

But no matter. It’s a Ford GT. The company will sell (has sold) every one, and they’ll all be awesome. And about that tax: $2,500 on top of $400,000? That’s just a drop in the bucket.