Tracking changes to tomorrow's cars.
The Future Product Pipeline allows you to stay up to date on current and new brand products, along with changes and other features.
NEXT STAGE: End in 2023
Ford is ending the third-generation supercar's production run with a hyper-limited 2023 GT Mk IV track-only variant boasting 800 hp and a $1.7 million price tag. Ford will make just 67 Mk IVs, an homage to the original 1967 Mk IV track car. As is the case will all GTs, the Mk IV will be hand-built by supplier Multimatic in Canada. Ford says GT "road car production" will be discontinued by the end of December 2022 and that it will run the assembly line one last time for the Mk IV early next year. Customer selections for the 67 Mk IV models will be confirmed in the first quarter of 2023, and deliveries will begin in late spring.
|Ford Transit Connect End in 2023||Ford Maverick Freshen in 2024||Ford electric pickup New in 2025||Ford Explorer Redesign in 2026|
|Ford Mustang Reengineering in 2023||Ford Expedition Redesign in 2024||Ford electric Explorer New in 2025||Ford F-150 Redesign in 2026|
|Ford Super Duty Redesign in 2023||Ford Explorer Addition in 2024||Ford Ranger Addition in 2025||Ford Transit New in 2026|
|Ford F-150 Freshen in 2023||Ford Bronco Addition in 2024||Ford Mustang Mach-E Redesign in 2026|
|Ford Edge End in 2023||Ford Bronco Sport Freshen in 2024||Ford E-Transit Redesign in 2026|
|Ford Transit Addition in 2023|
|Ford Escape Freshen in 2023|
|Ford GT End in 2023|
|Ford Ranger Reengineering in 2023|