The Ford GT is a true driving machine, providing an experience unequalled for performance aficionados. These owners demand control and customization in their vehicle, which is no ordinary grocery getter.
With this in mind, the engineers at Ford Performance set out to ensure that the all-new Ford GT would perform for each owner in any driving condition. The solution was an exclusive set of five drive modes that are available with the simple turn of a knob, making driving the Ford GT in any condition an absolute joy!
With Normal, Wet, Sport, Track, and V-Max modes, Ford GT drivers know their supercar is prepared to tackle whatever comes their way. When the driver changes between modes, the Ford GT makes adjustments to its electronic, mechanical and aerodynamic elements, keeping it optimized for any-and-all road conditions.
Ford Performance uses insights gained on the race track to ensure drivers get the most out of the fastest Ford production vehicle of all time. It’s just another way Ford wants all drivers go further – no matter where life takes you.
Check out the table below for specifics on how the drive modes optimize the Ford GT for different driving conditions. From a track session to a picturesque cruise on a winding road, tell us which drive mode you’d love to experience. Let us know if the comments below or on the Ford Canada Facebook page!
|Drive Mode||Wet – Driving in wet conditions||Normal – Normal driving in dry conditions||Sport – Sport driving in dry conditions||Track – Optimized settings for track use**||V-Max -Optimized settings for achieving maximum velocity**|
|Stability and Traction Control||Active, cannot be adjusted||Active, but can be adjusted||Active, cannot be adjusted|
|Launch Control||Not Available||Available|
|Ride Height and Suspension Damping||High with normal damping||High with sport damping||Low with track damping|
|Comfort Damping||Available||Not available|
|Rear Wing||Active above 145 km/h||Active above 113 km/h||Always deployed||Does not deploy|
|Air Brake||Activates above 121 km/h with moderate braking|
** – not for street use
For more information on the all-new Ford GT, please visit www.fordgt.com.