To improve aerodynamics in every taxiing condition, the body has movable elements: a large rear spoiler and front ducts that open and close to balance the front and rear.
When the flap is raised, the ducts are closed to increase the downward force; When the aileron is low, the ducts open to reduce downward force.
This spoiler has a new Ford patent technology that, like aircraft flaps, changes angle and format to improve overall vehicle efficiency by 14%.
Earlier versions of the Ford GT also served as a test lab to test solutions that are now in place. The 2005 WG, for example, had aluminum bodywork to reduce weight and improve performance.
Every detail of the design of the Ford GT was improving in search of maximum aerodynamic efficiency. The main objectives were to reduce friction and improve downforce, which helps to provide stability and grip on accelerations, curves and braking.