The 2006 Ford GT is similar in outward appearance to the original GT40, but is bigger, wider, and most importantly 3 in (76 mm) taller than the original's 40 in (100 cm) overall height; as a result, a potential name for the car was the GT43. Although the cars are visually related, structurally, there is no similarity between the modern GT and the 1960s GT40 that inspired it. Three pre-production cars were shown to the public in 2003 as part of Ford's centenary celebrations, and delivery of the production version called simply the Ford GT began in the fall of 2004.
The Baron GT is a rarely used car in the game, probably because before the Shakedown update it wasn’t really worth its price. But it was fixed in the Shakedown update, so the Baron GT is a good car now.
This car has a decent top speed of 284 mph maxed out. (205mph stock)
This car is pretty quick, taking 3.2 seconds just to go from 0-100. It gets a typical 8.1 seconds in the Quarter Mile.
The braking is probably the only good thing about this car, having an 0.7 when accounting its speed and acceleration.
Being a muscle car, it has a rather poor handling of 0.5.It does have some grip that can help you.
The Baron GT actually improves quite a bit when upgraded, possibly being able to beat poorly tuned supercars in the Quarter Mile. But there are still cars that are a lot better and that are also cheaper.
This car has a top speed of 284 mph with no nitro. (Player FBR6677 reach 438 mph speed on highway race in 6/20/2019).
The acceleration of this car not bad, getting a 0-100 in 2.6 seconds but is still not great. In the Quarter Mile, it can achieve a time of 6.4 seconds. You can hit 5.9 with good timing.
The braking doesn't get much better. improving to a 0.75.
The handling will still stay at 0.6 but Welded Differential might help. This car can possibly be good for drifting.