Zero to 60 Designs presented at SEMA this November the GTT, a modified Ford Mustang, which borrows some design elements from the Ford GT.
Now the company gave more details for the GTT. The car’s name means Grand Turismo Tribute and it features a longer hood, huge air vents, new side skirts, vents in front of the rear wheels, a diffuser, central exhaust tailpipes and new lights that resemble those of the Ford GT.
The car is equipped with a 5.0-liter Coyote V8 engine along with a ProCharger supercharger and it produces 800 hp. The GTT has an upgraded Eibach suspension and a Brembo brake system while it stands on 22-inch light alloy wheels of HPE Performance with Pirelli P-Zero tires.
The company will build just 25 GTT with the price of each car being $149,000. The production will begin in January, with each car being constructed in six weeks. It will be offered in three trim levels, with the car in the top of the range to have Brembo six-piston brakes, carbon decorations and an upgraded sound system.