2017 Ford GT




Mk: 2

Class: Proto / Concept

Origin: US USA

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Contributor: Rinspeed

Contributor: Rinspeed


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enzo96

2016-08-07 18:33
From what I see I'm agreeing with speed freaks, weird choice to put this as 2015 indeed


LB speedfreak975

2016-08-07 09:18
its from 2015 not of 2015 there is a huge difference. plus many concepts were released same way yet none treated same. so whats special about this car. just remove the year. because literally on all the internet we are the only ones with the "2015 GT"


FR Rinspeed

2016-08-07 09:14
Calm down!
For Burn Rubber,Nike One isn't a real car... and Nike isn't a real car maker... So no need to take this as example.
Like always, years for US cars are ramdom (and no Burn Rubber, it's not the case in all the world, in Europe, year of production/sale=year of car) but the proto is from 2015 and announced the 2017 production version sold in 2016. So the proto is from 2015. And i will not discuss more about that.


LB speedfreak975

2016-08-07 09:01
no that's not how cars work. case not closed. i still dont fathom the fact you actually think it up to you to choose years. We follow the brands thats IT. no matter how stupid. the whole argument was stupid and useless


US IGPD

2016-08-07 05:50
The car in this game is based on the concept car.
The concept car was revealed in 2015, therefore it is 2015.
This is not the production car, therefore it is not a 2017.
If a car maker clearly states a year (example 2022 Nike), then that year is used.

Case closed.


IT Automotive Gaming

2016-08-07 03:11
We do not care about what the brands say! They only do that for creating hype and more interest in a car already available nowadays. It's a stupid marketing strategy, get over it.


IT Automotive Gaming

2016-08-07 03:02
Burn Rubber, if I go buy a 2017 Camry now, the registration will have 2016 written in it. Do you know what a registration is?
This thing here:
mycurrencyexchange.com/wp-content/uploads/2014/11/renewal_notice-IL-Copy.jpg
It will have written "Vehicle Year 2016" because we can't time travel yet.

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LB speedfreak975

2016-08-07 02:45
I know its how you talk :p
its just the "bam" was uncalled for and can be misinterpreted as an insult especially with the stricter laws we dont need that


LB speedfreak975

2016-08-07 02:40
alot of cars under registration are altered to fulfil government laws. the hennessey venom is a highly powered exige. how about you two grow up (stop insulting each other) and follow the statement by the company. they can release a 2050 concept and you could literally do nothing about it. let it slide. the car world isnt perfect


IT Automotive Gaming

2016-08-07 02:34
Yeah lol "bam" whatever
*opens the registration, reads year 2016*


LB speedfreak975

2016-08-07 02:20
plus another case the Mercedes-AMG GTR. AMG stated that it was a 2017 model yet it was revealed as a preview in 2016 that doesn't make it a 2016 model. almost every company is doing what Ford did

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2016-08-07 02:25:11


LB speedfreak975

2016-08-07 02:16
Automotive Gaming wrote


Ok go re-list the 2002 GT Concept as 2004-2005 so, right?? Please!
Because the 2002 GT Concept was showcasing the upcoming 2004-2005 model so that automatically makes the 2002 Concept a 2004-2005, right?? Again, please!

well technically no becuse ford stated it was 2002-2003 car back then because that time jumping was a thing yet

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2016-08-07 02:22:04


IT Automotive Gaming

2016-08-07 02:13
Burn Rubber wrote
The concept is showcasing a 2017 vehicle. Making it a 2017. Concepts are never produced to the public, so why list the year for a vehicle never driven by anyone other than Ford workers? (And maybe some special people like Car And Driver or other car magazines) Ford has stated it is a 20217. So listing it as anything else is ridiculous.


Ok go re-list the 2002 GT Concept as 2004-2005 so, right?? Please!
Because the 2002 GT Concept was showcasing the upcoming 2004-2005 model so that automatically makes the 2002 Concept a 2004-2005, right?? Again, please!

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2016-08-07 02:14:50


IT Automotive Gaming

2016-08-07 02:11
Just because of a stupid statement by the brand, we won't list this one as 2017, and the production model as 2017 aswell, if not even 2016 since afaik it will enter production later this year. I mean.. come on?!


LB speedfreak975

2016-08-07 02:07
technically its of 2015 like many concepts seen but the company stated that its a 2017 so why argue when we basically follow valid statements . this is a licensed car so respect its brand . plus to be honest it felt more of a prototype than a concept which differ.


IT Automotive Gaming

2016-08-07 02:02
Burn Rubber wrote
This still needs to be listed as a 2017. It was not produced in 2015 and the concept is of the 2017 model.


Wrong! Once again, this is the 2015 concept for the upcoming 2017 production model. Is this so hard to understand?

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2016-08-07 02:02:48


LB speedfreak975

2016-08-07 02:00
Burn Rubber wrote
1. It's not pretending. It's the model year.
2. This still needs to be listed as a 2017. It was not produced in 2015 and the concept is of the 2017 model.

true but sometimes some companies just do stupid things....buying a car of a year that still didnt come yet was kind of stupid eventhough it was technically December


LB speedfreak975

2016-08-07 01:56
i know I'm not with that trend at all. and yes im referring to other models considering ford is not the only guilty party. alot do it. all im saying we should respect their stupid rules because we depend on hard facts....no matter how stupid it looks. and i understand we bought a 2010 yaris in Q4 of 2009... lol


IT Automotive Gaming

2016-08-07 01:52
100+ entries? Afaik there are only few Ford GT Mk2 here, unless you are referring to other cars.
By the way, sadly it's this new tendency from car brands of adding +1 year if not +2 to their models to be faulty, like if their cars are from the future. But when you gotta sell your car, I doubt that, if you bought it in 2015, you'll pretend it's 2016 m.y. lol.

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2016-08-07 01:54:59


LB speedfreak975

2016-08-07 01:49
well its too late, if this is accepted over 100s of entries need to be altered. plus the whole point of a Motorshow is for brands to blazon their future models. so the years should not be messed with. we should follow what the respective brand reveals about their model. we have no right to alter it

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2016-08-07 01:49:53


IT Automotive Gaming

2016-08-07 01:34
speedfreak975 wrote

plus your thinking is faulty when your depending on whar year a car is built. considering the 2017 production model will be built from 2016 and considering not all concepts and prototypes which this falls under a proto more are built in a year the LFA took years for example so your logic is questionable


Especially about concept cars, these must be listed considering when these were shown.
For example, the Ford GT Mk1 Concept has been shown in 2002? It has been obviously listed as a 2002 model year.
Then, the production of the road legal version begun in 2004, so, as I said before, it's the exactly same thing as this Mk2 Ford GT, they both had a gap of 2 years between the shown concept and the road legal version which has been/will be produced.

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2016-08-07 01:37:37


LB speedfreak975

2016-08-07 01:14
Automotive Gaming wrote
Ford says this is a 2017 because in 2017 it will enter production, but the car we all saw, we know it has been built in 2015 since it's not the production version

plus your thinking is faulty when your depending on whar year a car is built. considering the 2017 production model will be built from 2016 and considering not all concepts and prototypes which this falls under a proto more are built in a year the LFA took years for example so your logic is questionable

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2016-08-07 01:18:16


LB speedfreak975

2016-08-07 00:56
sure in that logic all cars from the detroit motor show are 2015 models..... -_- i honestly dont care anymore. im not sure why all this nonsense. this isnt even the first entry for this car on IGCD. this isnt different from any of the entries so this fuss is stupid and pointless. Ford announced the car as a future model. the 2002 GT was announced as a 2003 GT40 later to be known as GT. so that entry isnt the most reliable proof yet on netcarshow its labeled as 2002 and the IGCD entry follows that.yet once it comes to the 2017 model things change...

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2016-08-07 01:03:14


IT Automotive Gaming

2016-08-07 00:03
That ain't a proof.
Anyway, re-read what I posted, you might understand if you think more about it

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2016-08-07 00:04:31


IT Automotive Gaming

2016-08-06 23:52
BR please stop it now and be smart


IT Automotive Gaming

2016-08-06 23:44
It's 2015, and it's the same exact thing as this
Concept: www.igcd.net/vehicle.php?id=2506
Production: www.igcd.net/vehicle.php?id=90254


IT Automotive Gaming

2016-08-06 23:41
Ford says this is a 2017 because in 2017 it will enter production, but the car we all saw, we know it has been built in 2015 since it's not the production version


LB speedfreak975

2016-08-06 23:07
2015 is wrong, if this is accepted alot of others would need to be altered. the year displayed is the models year not its reveal year. all cars are revealed before launch.


plus i think WCS puts reveal year and supposed year but IGCD doesn't i think not sure

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2016-08-06 23:11:19


LB speedfreak975

2016-08-06 22:11
yes but its was revealed as 2017 car.....the new mercedes GTR is revealed as 2018 model. car are revealed before their launch so technically its not 2015 its 2017


IT Automotive Gaming

2016-08-06 20:04
True, so it must be listed as 2015
US AutoTracker

2016-08-06 19:04
Actually it's a 2015 show car because it was unveiled at the 2015 Detroit Auto Show.


IT Automotive Gaming

2016-08-06 18:58
If it is the concept showed in 2016, it will be a 2016 m.y.
Doesn't matter if Ford says it's 2017 trying to be "cool", because if this exactly version will never be sold the next year (if the production model is different) and will only remain as a 2016 showcar, that means it actually is a 2016 m.y.


LB speedfreak975

2016-08-06 14:09
That doesn't make sense (USA year ?) literally on every website it's 2017 and all entries are according to that


LB speedfreak975

2016-08-06 11:32
All entries are 2017 it's the 2015 concept for the 2017 model . It's better to unify the entries in my opinion


FR Rinspeed

2016-08-06 11:14
speedfreak975 wrote
still not sure why 2016 isnt getting changed its wrong even if the game states it. if forza had some mistakes im pretty sure this might if you dont believe me that this is a 2017 rinspeed

www.netcarshow.com/ford/2017-gt/

you talk of usa year, not worlwide year. And the years aren't good for concept.


LB speedfreak975

2016-08-06 10:34
still not sure why 2016 isnt getting changed its wrong even if the game states it. if forza had some mistakes im pretty sure this might if you dont believe me that this is a 2017 rinspeed

www.netcarshow.com/ford/2017-gt/


LB speedfreak975

2016-08-05 14:00
Like all other entries it's a 2017 eventhough the game states it's a 2016, I trust them as much as I believe Fox News .... The 2016 Ford GT Is the GTE version. (Race version)


LB speedfreak975

2016-08-04 21:12
its 2017 and a concept. the production GT is slightly different
US AutoTracker

2016-08-04 20:49
Not sure if this is the 2015 concept or the production model. Either way it's a 2017


enzo96

2016-08-04 20:23
Hmm well, Afaik this car is 2017


FR Rinspeed

2016-08-04 20:07
enzo96 wrote
I think you meant 2017

no they said 2016


enzo96

2016-08-04 20:04
I think you meant 2017

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