Ford has revealed plans to bring a snap kit of the new GT supercar to next month’s Detroit Motor Show.

Ford has revealed plans to bring a snap kit of the new GT supercar to next month’s Detroit Motor Show.

Kids are in for a treat at 2016 NAIAS as Ford is going to offer a limited-run GT snap kit for free. It includes 14 pieces and takes just a few minutes to assemble. This auto show kit will also come with a bespoke stamp on the bottom to denote it’s a special edition.

Ford will also offer a more elaborate retail version with 28 pieces that require around 10-15 minutes to put together. This one is going to be widely available to buy for $14.99 starting April 2016 from online stores and retailers.

Both the auto show kit and the retail model were created by Illinois-based Revell as part of a partnership with Ford established in 2013. The new products represent a follow-up to the Mustang and Raptor build-it-yourself kits.

The GT shown here is actually the concept (sans the mirrors) that was originally unveiled in Detroit at the beginning of the year. If you are a big fan of the design, you’ll be happy to hear the production model due as a 2017MY will look just about the same. Compared to the concept, it will have bigger mirrors, orange side markers (for US-spec model), glossy accents, and slightly different graphics for the taillights. Availability is going to be limited and the car’s status will be matched by a prohibitive starting price of around $400,000.

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