For $89,000, will Zero To 60 Design’s GTT cross the wires of your Ford GT and your Mustang?


Would you like a Ford GT but have (or can only stretch to) a Mustang? This creation called GTT, which stands for Grand Turismo Tribute, attempts to combine the two.

The vehicle is built by California tuner Zero to 60 Design and features styling cues from the Ford GT such as the front splitter, improved front line, bonnet vents and mock side body lines, but on the body of the car. a Mustang. The rear was also similarly modified to feature Ford GT-style taillights, but using four instead of the supercar’s two units.

Unlike the Ford GT though, the engine is still in the front, and it’s still a V8. Specifically, it’s a 5.0-liter Coyote V8 that’s been upgraded with a ProCharger stage 2 supercharger kit, which boosts power to over 750 hp at the wheels through a manual transmission. 6-speed Getrag MT-82. Incidentally, those wheels are 22-inch HRE P204 rims wrapped in Continental tires.

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The body kit is the object of ire not only for haters, but also for Ford itself. The brand had previously stated that “Mustang and GT feature significant design cues that uniquely and individually identify them as Ford Performance vehicles.” A Ford spokesperson told Carscoops in 2016 that “Ford’s legal counsel is considering how best to resolve the matter.”

Whether the car is in a legal gray area or not, the paint job is definitely in a gray area and features two black racing stripes down the center. The interior was also changed, although more subtly than the exterior, with black leather and Alcantara with red stitching on the Recaro seats, and an Alcantara steering wheel and headliner.

Additional upgrades include a 3-inch exhaust with MagnaFlow mufflers, Eibach coil-over suspension and Brembo brakes with six-piston front and three-piston rear calipers.

This example is currently for sale on Streetcarmarket and carries a price of $89,000 or best offer, which is much less than you’d expect to pay for a Ford GT, but more than you’d expect to pay for a Mustang. Only 17,000 miles have been put on this GTT, which is located in Glendora, California.

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Photos courtesy of Street Car Market

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