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Lakeland, Florida, February 16, 2019—It’s been more than a decade since the last time a GT was on the market, but that doesn’t mean you should expect it to return anytime soon.
That’s the gist of a report by GT Research, which has predicted that GT cars will have a “smaller volume than in the last five years.”
In the years since the first GT came out, there’s been little innovation in the design and the technology behind the cars, but the GT2 was able to deliver a much more compelling ride than the GT, and the next-gen GT3 and GT4 have done even better.
GT Research expects the GT3, GT4, and GT5 to sell a combined 3.8 million cars worldwide by 2021.
The report expects GT sales to grow to 6.3 million by 2025, and even if they don’t, the company says it sees demand for the new models in the U.S. and Europe growing faster than global demand.
The GT lineup includes the GT5, GT5 GT4 and GT6, which are based on the same GT engine.
GT4 GT5 The GT4 is GT’s newest offering, featuring a new 2.0-liter turbocharged V6 engine that produces 400 horsepower and 425 lb-ft of torque.
It’s powered by a 6.2-liter twin-turbocharged V8 that produces 500 horsepower and 450 lb-f.
In addition, the GT4 features a rear wing and front splitter that help the car to have a much higher center of gravity.
The car also features a new rear spoiler, an aluminum roof, a revised front splinter, and a rear diffuser. GT5