A list of Ford-built mid-engine road cars + concepts.
NOT race cars, only stuff that also had a street presence. Hence, the 1st Ford GT because of the MkIII roadcar and the RS200 thanks to the homologation cars.
And NOT Ford-powered cars by other builders. Real Fords, from Ford.
All just to get you ready for Ford's next one and its debut at the 2015 Detroit Auto Show.
If the list missed some, YOU add. But, please no one post that Galpin [not-a real-Ford thing]!
BTW - The red studio car [above] is the Larry Shinoda-styled 1970 MachII-C concept. Never made it to production as Lee Iacocca opted to do the DeTomaso Pantera deal instead.
Here we go..... Ford mid-engine road cars and concepts.
The 1st Ford, the 1896 Quadricycle, was mid-motor.
1954 Atmos show car.
1957 Nucleon [Yes, nuclear!] show car.
1962 Mustang 1 concept.
1964 Ford GT. Because MkIII.
1967 Comuta concept.
1967 Mustang Mach2 concept.
Supervans 1, 2, 3 show.....vans.
GT70 [1st edition and Ghia concept].
1973 Pantera 7X concept.
Ghia Coins concept [That's Jackie Stewart in the background, assume engine's also in the rear].
ItalDesign Ford Maya.
Indigo [When Ford was Indy Car racing. Get it? Ugh].
Ford Cobra 230 ME concept, GN34 studio study and mule.
Synergy [What we were supposed to be driving in 2010].
Ford GT concept and production.
2012 Road-Legal 1.0-Litre EcoBoost Formula Ford concept.
The next Ford GT.