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Rad street-legal Ford GT does 292.9 mph (470 km/h) like it’s nothing

But won’t stop here

Since mankind won’t quit pushing for land speed records anytime soon, call us interested in anything that serves that purpose. Like this heavy-tuned but road-legal Ford GT, for example.

Dubbed BADD GT, it’s owned and driven by Johnny Bohmer, who is a man with a great goal: he set his own challenge called “The Quest for 300 MPH” which, as the name implies, will see him attempting to break the 300 mph (483 km/h) barrier and even press on for 315 mph (507 km/h).

In the video below, you’ll see the Ford GT reaching 292.9 mph (Europe, that’s roughly 470 km/h). And since we touched on performance, you might also want to know that the BADD GT goes from 0 to 60 mph (96 km/h) in 2.5 seconds and clears the quarter mile in 9.20 seconds.

What’s more, autoevolution reports that this Ford GT packs 2,700 hp. So on that bombshell, it’s best you witness its high-speed addiction for yourself via the video below.

See more of the new Ford GT supercar as Chris Harris goes behind the wheel

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