John Cena, sued by Ford for selling this auto

John Cena, sued by Ford for selling this auto

During the customer selection process, Ford added the criteria that buyers not "flip" or sell on their cars within 24 months of purchasing to avoid a sharp increase in Ford GT prices post release (as Australia saw with the likes of the HSV W1).

Ford is suing professional wrestler John Cena for selling his 2017 Ford GT supercar after taking delivery of it less than a month prior, since owners are contractually obligated to own the auto at least two years.

Despite buyers often putting down millions of pounds to acquire the latest rare supercar, they're "encouraged" by the makers to keep the vehicle for a "sensible" period of time, and if they don't they probably won't get the chance to buy anything similar again. Cena reportedly sold his after a matter of weeks, breaking the terms of the contract.

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The lawsuit alleges breach of contract, fraudulent misrepresentation and unjust enrichment. Let us know in the comments. Now Ford is taking him to court, as buyers were contractually obligated to keep the vehicle for two years before selling it. WXYZ TV in Detroit has reported that the lawsuit initiated by Ford claims Cena sold the auto for a 'large profit from the unauthorised resale flip...' and that Ford 'suffered additional damages and losses...' Among those losses claimed in the suit are brand value, ambassador activity and customer goodwill. And Ford are so pissed-off they're suing Cena for the money he made - and more besides.

John Cena offered his apology to Ford, claiming that he "will cooperate to resolve the situation".

Reports indicate that while Cena has promised to work with Ford to make things right, but that hasn't happened. "The contract he signed with Ford is straightforward AND enforceable".

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