Ford's new GT Competition Series was built with weight-saving in mind, but also with an improved center of gravity for better road-holding. Among its features, you'll notice the lightweight carbon fiber racing stripes, A-Pillars and side mirrors, as well as the unique race-inspired Perspex acrylic engine hatch with integrated venting.

There are also plenty of remaining performance features from the production car, such as the 647 horses, the FIA-certified steel roll cage and active aerodynamic system. However, gone are the air conditioning system, radio & speakers, stowage bins and cup holders. As for standard features, we count the carbon fiber wheels and the titanium lug nuts and exhaust - which are optional extras on the regular model.