2017 Ford GT "Egoista" Rendering Has Liberty Walk Widebody Kit

Ford GT Egoist by Khyzyl Saleen 1 photo
Photo: Khyzyl Saleem
This next rendering is so hot that it makes us feel a bit perverted every time we look at it. Cars just shouldn't be allowed to look this good, because it gives people the urge to drive them fast.
The good thing about the ballistic Ford GT is that nobody can ever buy or drive it. That's because it's a rendering made by Need Ford Speed graphics designer Khyzyl Saleem, not something Ford plans to put into mass production. Mind you, the regular GT doesn't look like a Corolla either, but this just automotive filth.

Khyzyl titled his creation "Egoist GT" and that's because it has certain design elements from the Lamborghini Egoista. However, the dominant theme is provided by the Liberty Walk body kit. It consists of fender flares that screw directly into the factory wings.

Can you imagine spending a fortune on a very rare Ford GT and then drilling holes in it? Ford would probably sue you for that kind of stunt, as they should.

The front of this blue supercar is also to our liking, as it has protruding wings and spoilers. Mind you, the Ford GT is already to be considered an exotic car. The American carmaker will do things differently from the last GT. Instead of making a few thousand over two years, they will produce only a few hundred per annum over a longer period, maybe even a decade.

The engine is different as well. Ford shocked everybody in Detroit by revealing that the big-boy V8 has been retired in favor of a twin-turbo V6. You can put all your fears to rest because this EcoBoost makes over 600 horsepower and sounds like it wants to devour your soul.

So what do you guys think, is this rendering the car equivalent of Kate Upton or what?
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About the author: Mihnea Radu
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Mihnea's favorite cars have already been built, the so-called modern classics from the '80s and '90s. He also loves local car culture from all over the world, so don't be surprised to see him getting excited about weird Japanese imports, low-rider VWs out of Germany, replicas from Russia or LS swaps down in Florida.
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