Officially, Ford offers eight exterior colors for its GT supercar, but you can actually have it painted in any color you want. that the custom-color option is around $30,000, which is a lot of money, but maybe not such a big deal if you're buying a half-million dollar car.
Ford's newest supercar hasn't even been in production a year, and already, we've seen a handful of custom-color examples plastered all over the automotive internet. For fun, we figured we'd compile all the ones we could find right here.
This post, originally published October 10 2017, is being continually updated as we find more custom-color GTs.
Entrepreneur Andy Frisella was one of the first people to get their hands on a GT, and his was the first custom-color example. This lovely metallic orange is first offered in 2003 for the Gallardo. It suits the GT beautifully.
Keeping with the Lamborghini theme, here's a recently built GT painted in Verde Mantis. Perhaps it's a bit sacrosanct to see a GT painted in such a quintessentially Lamborghini color, but it looks cool to us.
The guy who runs and all of its associated social media accounts opted for a Porsche color for his GT, Riviera Blue. This car's white brake calipers offset the color beautifully too.
Green With Black Stripes
This, according to FordGTForum on Instagram, is a totally custom color, and damn. It's possibly one of the nicest we've seen on a GT. The owner also has a matching 2005 GT to go with it.
, this GT is painted in Beryllium Orange, a color originally offered on the Saleen S7. The car belongs to someone who works at , and was delivered on the same day as the green car above.
Ford offers a shade called Triple Yellow for the new GT, but Chip Beck wanted to match the Speed Yellow of his 2006 GT. So, Ford happily obliged and Beck, who's head moderator on the Ford GT Forum, now has a gorgeous matching pair.
These are the six custom-color GTs we've seen so far, and we'll add more to this list if we come across any others. And of course, if you or someone you know owns one, get in touch.