[A legendary car that has been revived with advanced technology]
-Ford GT, a legendary prototype racing car that won four consecutive championships at Le Mans 24 Hours from 1966-69.
-The naming of glory that is essential for talking Ford cars, also called GT40 from a low 40-inch (1,016 mm) height, has been revived in 2015 again.
-The new Ford GT, which was developed as a super sports car that was developed on the premise of racing participation, bringing together Ford's technology, the 3.5-liter V6 twin-turbo Eco with a maximum output of 647 horsepower on a carbon monocoque main frame Mid-ship mounted boost engine and 7-speed dual clutch transmission.
-The top speed is 347 km / h combined with the carbon body in pursuit of aerodynamics.
-In addition, the machine converted to the race for Le Mans entered Le Mans in 2016, which is said to be the anniversary of 50 years from Le Mans' victory, and won the class championship superbly.
-1/24 scale plastic model assembly kit: 200 mm in length, 94 mm in width, 46 mm in height.
-Model the vehicle's unique configuration, such as the characteristic low but wide overall form connecting the roof and the rear fender [Batless], the air tunnel on the door side, and aerodynamic processing on the underside of the vehicle.
-In order to reproduce all the openings, the second half of the body parts is divided into parts by dividing the panel as it is in a real car.
-In the room, the front passenger seat pad of the dashboard with bright color tone and the shoulder part of the seat are composed of separate white parts.
-Wheels and oil tanks are plated parts.
-The tire is made of soft resin with texture.
( This is a machine translation. Please allow for possible misinterpretations in the text. )