Welcome to part 2 of the series on the Superformance/Shelby/Ford GR-1. In part 1 of this series we discussed what the GR-1 was, and why Ford fans want a competitor to the C8 Corvette.

We have additional information now on the GR-1 release timeline. We also now know that it will have the same powertrain as the new 2020 GT500.

The Shelby GR-1 was one of the last projects Carroll Shelby worked on before his passing, but ultimately, was never produced. Now some lucky Ford fans will get to own this modern interpretation of the Daytona coupe.

Lets start a discussion in the comments below.

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Comments

    • stiqman
      stiqman

      The Bronco Concept for sure

      about 2 months ago
    • Akhil Savant
      Akhil Savant

      I'm designing a new gr 1 concept. Wish me luck that ford accepts it!

      about 2 months ago
    • Stingy
      Stingy

      Everything is coming out in 2020

      about 3 months ago
    • Cooldude Awesome
      Cooldude Awesome

      What about the Ford indigo

      about 5 months ago
    • The GT Guys
      The GT Guys In reply to Cooldude Awesome

      That would be sweet!

      about 5 months ago
    • Cooldude Awesome
      Cooldude Awesome

      Wait it is only going to be a replica o

      about 5 months ago
    • SpyderRios
      SpyderRios

      I am not a fan of that look

      about 7 months ago
    • Roy Fileger
      Roy Fileger

      The GR1 is great but the Cobra concept was flat out ugly.

      about 7 months ago
    • spikedpsycho
      spikedpsycho

      No V10, surprised?

      about 7 months ago
    • Brian Peterson
      Brian Peterson

      I cannot wait to hear more about this car from this channel Maybe we'll get lucky and we'll even see one feature

      about 7 months ago
    • The GT Guys
      The GT Guys In reply to Brian Peterson

      Thanks I appreciate you saying that! I’m glad you’re enjoying the content and looking forward to future videos.

      about 7 months ago
    • E Webb
      E Webb

      Idk why it disappointed me when he said it would have the same engine as the GT500.

      about 7 months ago
    • The GT Guys
      The GT Guys In reply to E Webb

      It’s not a V10 but I think the predator is going to make this car a monster!

      about 7 months ago
    • David J. Smith
      David J. Smith

      This would be a Interesting Shelby GR1 to own in light of the new 2020 Shelby GT500 Coming to our Ford Dealers Soon!...I would like to see the Ford GT90 Supercar Concept Produced as well it would give the current FORD GT a Run for its Money!...But my favorite Ford Concept Mustang I Personally would like to Build and Own is the 1970 Milano Concept Mustang!...I am Just Saying!...God Bless!

      about 7 months ago
    • Will iam
      Will iam

      With the creation of the gr1, there wouldn't be a need for the other two sports cars you mentioned at the end of this video, unless Ford built them.

      Also, you'd have to have something that would distinguish each car from the other, besides styling, or you're essentially just creating the same car in a different form. Maybe the solution is to tier the performance levels of each car, that way one sits at the top, or they could have different functions, like how traditionally the GT350 is a track/autocross car and the GT500 is a drag car.

      about 7 months ago
    • Eric H
      Eric H

      I remember seeing the GR1 in it's debut. Took my breath away and still does. Elegant yet badass moderanization of the Daytona Coupe. I also liked the new Cobra concept but not as much as the GR1. I'd like to see it in color instead of polished aluminum.

      about 7 months ago
    • Jann Adriel Cervo
      Jann Adriel Cervo

      I wish I was transported to an alternate reality where the 2005 Ford GT received the intended 6.0L V12 that Aston Martin got and not at the Ford GT. And the Shelby Cobra and Shelby GR-1 have been approved into limited production by 2007 and received the proper 6.4L Naturally Aspirated Aluminium V10. Well better late than never.

      about 7 months ago
    • MrFluffysteel
      MrFluffysteel

      This was designed and modeled years ago with a young, new team put together to see how fast they could build this from drawing to concept...it's not a new design. I remember the article....it was over the top back then but seems more realistic today.

      about 8 months ago
    • Jacob Wegener
      Jacob Wegener

      I never *pant* had a car *pant* make me *pant* feel *pant* this way *pant pant*

      about 8 months ago
    • fw1421
      fw1421

      Looks like a Porsche 928.

      about 8 months ago
    • Robert Callahan
      Robert Callahan

      Please narrator, quit using poor English i.e. ".....way more interest...…." MUCH MORE INTEREST is correct.

      about 8 months ago
    • The GT Guys
      The GT Guys In reply to Robert Callahan

      Thank you grammar police. By the way, you used the ellipsis improperly. 🎤

      about 8 months ago
    • Jjmcoupe bmw
      Jjmcoupe bmw

      Ford is a joke. Not one of their cars stands out as worth having... GT has a shitty engine and the mustang is a long running joke... be proud of your mediocre shit boxes...lol
      Trump voters love ford....enough said.

      about 8 months ago
    • John Navarro
      John Navarro

      I hope this is legit.

      about 8 months ago
    • Scott McCloud
      Scott McCloud

      why someone hasn't built a Pantera with a coyote motor is beyond me.

      about 8 months ago
    • GreenWeeney
      GreenWeeney

      NEEDS WORKING WINDOWS

      about 8 months ago
    • jeremiah smith
      jeremiah smith

      one of the few newer fords I actually have an interest in since I mainly like the ford vehicles of the 60's

      about 8 months ago
    • Curtis Sherwood
      Curtis Sherwood

      The GR1 looks about a million times better than the new GT40, which looks like total trash to me. I see no reason for Ford to consider a "modern" Shelby Cobra. Modern just doesn't cut it with the Cobra. Anyone who wants one can either build one, or buy it already built, and it will look very close to the original. You can even have a carbureted engine in it. You just can't beat that. And I want the old GT40 back. Did I say how disgusting I think the new one looks?

      about 8 months ago
    • Jay VanDevender
      Jay VanDevender

      Chevy corvette Indy or CRV II or CRV III

      about 8 months ago
    • Dr. Hugo G. Hackenbush
      Dr. Hugo G. Hackenbush

      I want to see the GT90 put into production as a hypercar fighter.

      about 8 months ago
    • Dr. Hugo G. Hackenbush
      Dr. Hugo G. Hackenbush In reply to Dr. Hugo G. Hackenbush

      @The GT Guys Even with the original supercharged V-10, it would be a force(ed induction) to be reckoned with. 😁

      about 8 months ago
    • The GT Guys
      The GT Guys In reply to Dr. Hugo G. Hackenbush

      I agree, I’d love to see it with a modern interpretation of the quad turbo v12

      about 8 months ago
    • VAMPYRE ANGELUS
      VAMPYRE ANGELUS

      i will believe it when i see it..

      about 8 months ago
    • VAMPYRE ANGELUS
      VAMPYRE ANGELUS In reply to VAMPYRE ANGELUS

      @The GT Guys that would be cool, but who knows..

      about 8 months ago
    • The GT Guys
      The GT Guys In reply to VAMPYRE ANGELUS

      Hopefully you’ll see it sooner rather than later 😎

      about 8 months ago
    • culcune
      culcune

      Interesting that it won't be a 'kit' car. I am still saving for their Mk 1 GT40 kit...only about $100k to go!!

      about 8 months ago
    • Catherine Pence
      Catherine Pence

      $ 500,000.00 ??? Take a $50,000- 60,00 Corvette ANY day !

      about 8 months ago
    • P.G. Hudsonjr
      P.G. Hudsonjr

      The FUTURE looks BRIGHT....GR1, GT90 COBRA 2000, wow! GREAT video, thank you.

      about 8 months ago
    • The GT Guys
      The GT Guys In reply to P.G. Hudsonjr

      Glad you enjoyed the video! There will be plenty more like it soon :)

      about 8 months ago