Early sketches, plans and ideas from Ford GT designers
Ford's GT has 50 sensors to gather data about the car's performance, the driver's position and the environment.
It has six controller area networks, which process 300 megabytes of data per second. The GT uses 10 million lines of code. From it's designers, Ford wanted the car to be instantly recognizable as a GT; evoke performance and efficiency; and have a modern but seductive look. Ford invited a group of journalists to its headquarters in Dearborn, Mich., for a better look at the science, engineering and design behind the GT. -- ALL PHOTOS PROVIDED BY FORD