Ginetta has unveiled their new two-seater sports car, the G60. With production restricted to 50 exemplars, the Ginetta G60 will extract power from a 3.7-litre V6 rated at 310 HP (231 kW) and if these figures seem familiar, it is because the engine comes from the Ford Mustang V6.
Tipping the scale at 1,100 Kg the Ginneta G60 had to sacrifice modern day features such as ABS, Traction Control or servo assisted steering and brakes, but according to the company, the result is a car which goes from 0 to 60 mpg in less than 4 seconds and which can also hit a maximum speed of 165 mph (265 Km/h).
The G60 makes use of a Ford sourced 6-speed transmission and a Quaife limited-slip differential, and apart from featuring LED lights incorporated into the front illumination blocks, the company has also said it features a revised the driving position, while the body has been made stiffer due to extensive use of carbon. 
The Ginetta G60 price starts at 68,000 GBP, the equivalent of around 105,000 USD.

Source: Autocar