The very first 2021 Ford GT with the available Studio Collection package has been unveiled by the car manufacturer.
Previewed back in August 2020 alongside the 2021 GT Heritage Edition, the Studio Collection packages provides customers with a host of new options to choose from to transform the look of their vehicle. Most notably, the Studio Collection includes a graphics package spawned through a collaboration between Ford Performance and Multimatic.
The example showcased by Ford is painted Shadow Black and has then been adorned with a plethora of Competition Orange accents. These include a racing stripe stretching over the hood, roof, and rear of the mid-engined supercar, as well as additional orange accents along the roofline and around the side air intakes. The car is also sitting on black wheels and sports red brake calipers.
Ford is offering just 20 examples of the GT Studio Collection model for the 2021 model year and a further 20 units for 2022. Customers can choose from seven standard colors or if they’re willing to stretch their budget, can explore an extended palette with more choices.
The Blue Oval hasn’t revealed how much extra it costs to purchase a GT through the Studio Collection compared a ‘normal’ example. However, we suspect that it is cheaper than ordering a Heritage Edition variant that includes distinctive 20-inch forged aluminum wheels with a Heritage Gold finish, a special graphics package, and a host of interior updates including red Alcantara sport seats and anodized red paddle shifters.