The Ford GT90 was a concept car shown on December 6, 1994 as a potential successor to the [[Ford GT40]] [[LeMans]] car and which contributed to the production of the [[Ford GT]], a production supercar for 2005. Featuring extremely distinctive styling based primarily on triangles and slightly influenced by the GT40, the GT90 is a supercar among supercars.
The Ford GT40 is one of the most impressive and capable sports cars of all time. It was purpose-built to win the LeMans race, which it did four times between 1966 and 1969. The name "GT40" refers to the overall height of the car, at forty inches. Both original cars and kit models remain popular and competitive to this day. There are four generations of the GT40, and the design of the GT40 begat the 2005 [[Ford GT]], powered by a forced-induction Modular V10.