• Chassis # 2FAGP9EW9NH200105
  • Showing Just 14.2 Miles From New
  • 1 Of Just 30 Alan Mann Heritage Editions Produced
  • Final Year Of Street Car Production For The 2nd Generation GT Program Spanning from 2017-2022
  • A Factory Fresh Example Ready For Its Next Owner
  • Includes Factory Books, Window Sticker, Factory Purchase Materials, Car Cover, Tools, And Air Pump.

This car is currently located in: Pontiac, MI

The Overview


Ford’s second iteration of the modern GT shocked the world when it was unveiled in 2015 at the Detroit Auto Show. Equipped with a 647bhp twin-turbocharged 3.5 liter Ecoboost V-6 engine mated to a seven-speed Getrag dual-clutch transmission, the GT could accelerate to 60mph in less than three seconds and reach a top speed of 216 mph in its “V-Max” drive mode.  With the release of this car, Ford set out to prove that they could still create a dominant, mid-engined supercar. But they had their sights set higher than simply producing an astounding road car with blistering 0 to 60 times. The engineers at Ford were looking towards the ultimate test of their new creation, pulling inspiration from a monumental achievement 50 years prior; they had their sights set on victory at LeMans.

Raj Nair, Ford’s Executive vice president for Product Development and CTO, headed the second-generation GT program. He and a group of Dearborn car enthusiasts took on the task of building a world-beating road-going supercar that could serve homologation purposes for their ultimate goal, which was to race in the GTE class. For the 2016 racing season, the new GT was campaigned by the Chip Ganassi Racing Team in its LM Spec in both the IMSA WeatherTech SportsCar Championship and the FIA World Endurance Championship. Its initial debut at the 24 Hours of Daytona saw a respectable finish, for a first outing, of seventh and ninth in class. But it was the ultimate test at the 24 hours of Lemans, where these new racers would truly shine. On June 19, 2016, the number 68 LM GTE-Pro of the Ford Chip Ganassi team would take first in class, exactly 50 years after the first, second, and third podium sweep of the Ford GT40 in 1966. Ford had officially proven their relevancy again and in the most fantastic manner. In true “race on Sunday, sell on Monday” ethos, the GT racing program’s massive success would go on to drive an overwhelming flood of desire from buyers for the road car variant.


Production of the Ford GT road car began at Multimatic Engineering of Markham, Ontario, in late 2016. Originally, target production was set at only 1,000 cars over a four-year span. Thanks in large part to their success at LeMans, the demand for the car was so overwhelming that production numbers eventually crept up to 1,350. The purchasing process was highly controversial and took place via applications, with priority on orders given to those with heavy past involvement with the Ford brand. Ford also prohibited buyers from selling their GT for 48 months after purchase, inadvertently helping to drive the desire for the car even higher.  

With such low volumes of the GT being built, examples have retained their value quite well. The strict purchasing policies meant there were many people who were unable to get into a car at the time of release but would still like to own one. Thanks to their even lower number of availability, the Heritage editions command a higher premium but give the buyer something truly unique and relevant to the history of Ford. We expect demand and subsequent pricing of the 2nd generation Ford GTs to remain strong, bolstered by their low production numbers and extreme significance to the brand. 


This particular 2022 Ford GT ‘Alan Mann Heritage Edition,’ chassis #2FAGP9EW9NH200105, is one of only 30 examples produced. The unique graphics and colorway pay homage to Alan Mann Racing’s 1966 Ford GT40 lightweight experimental prototypes that played a vital role in the development of the GT40. All 30 examples produced were finished in Mann Red with Mann Gold and Oxford White painted stripes. Each car also contains unique number 16 graphics throughout, further tying them to the famous Ford racer of the 60s. This limited edition GT is also equipped with exposed carbon-fiber components, including the wheels, front splitter, side sills, mirror, engine louvers, and rear diffuser.  The carbon-fiber theme continues into the interior with a carbon-fiber dashboard and center stack surround. The interior also features an Alcantara-wrapped steering wheel with red aluminum shift paddles to match the bespoke exterior. 

This 2022 Ford GT Alan Mann Heritage Edition has just 14.2 miles from new and remains in factory-fresh condition. Items like the factory blue protective film are still in place on the kickplate in the passenger footwell. The factory air pump, secured in its Ford GT branded bag, is also still wrapped in the factory plastic. Included with the car are a plethora of interesting documents and items from the purchase process, including photos of the car being built, paint swatches, and more. The factory window sticker, which was never applied to the window itself, is included with the car, as are numerous other delivery and order documents. 

This Ford GT represents a truly once-in-a-lifetime opportunity. With production so limited and the order process highly guarded by Ford, this is the chance for anyone who missed out on placing their own order to add a brand new Ford GT Heritage edition to their collection. The unique colorway and features of this Alan Mann edition provide an even more exclusive opportunity that pays homage to the rich history of the Ford GT program and the groundbreaking nature of their feats in the 1960s. 

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