Then there are certain things in the back, like the circular tail lights, that go along with the '65 element also. The exhausts on the '65 model were always up and in the middle, in a horizontal plane with the tail lamps. It might not be obvious when you first look at these design elements, but when you stand back and analyze it, there’s something very familiar about it, but also something unfamiliar. It's kind of this overlay of a modern, never before seen supercar, over elements that you feel familiar with, that are recognizable as a GT.
When you see the car in the flesh, when you’ve pondered it, it's very obvious that it isn't a Lamborghini, it’s not a Ferrari, and it's not a Porsche. It's very much a Ford and it's quite obvious that it's a Ford. And it's a Ford like you've never seen before.