The Ford GT40 is a sports car by the Ford Motor Company. It has permitted the American car manufacturer to win – among many others – the 24 hours of Le Mans endurance race four times from 1966 to 1969. The name “GT40” comes from the initials of the Gran Turismo (Grand Touring) racing category, combined with the car’s ride height of 40 inches.
Interpretation to alleviate the model while maintaining the overall morphology of the automobile, making more complex the vision of a multitude of curves. Recall the mechanical motor or automobile grille, offering a different view of the model based on its observation point art.