With the notable exception of Ferrari's famous rosso, there's hardly a more iconic race car livery than the Zenith Blue and Tangerine of the Gulf Oil-sponsored, 1968 Le Mans-winning Ford GT40. In a phenomenon known as equiluminant colors, when two colors side-by-side have an equal luminance, they almost seem to vibrant with tension — an unintended side effect that adds to the mystique of the color scheme. Similar to the 2004 GT, Ford is offering it's new GT supercar in a Heritage Edition featuring the Gulf colors. The interior has ebony Alcantara and blue and orange contrast stitching, with exposed carbon fiber accents inside and out. Orange brake calipers and a serialized number plate identify this as a very limited edition of Ford's already-limited race car for the street.