As reported by the latest automotive news, Ford is suing WWE star John Cena accusing him of reselling his limited produced, $500,000, 2017 Ford GT for profit.
Ford is suing WWE star John Cena for reselling his limited produced, $500,000, 2017 Ford GT for profit
GT 2017 is made in limited number and was swamped by people who coveted to own it. Ford decided to get picky and set hoops and hurdles for its luxury clientele. The application process is no less fierce than a Havard intake which requires applicants to provide photos and videos that explain their prior relationship with Ford and prove why they would be good GT owners.
Another hoop set by Ford is a clause stipulated by purchase contracts that disallow GT owners to sell it within at least 2 years after purchase. Apparently, the clause was designed to prevent the exclusive coupe being resold for profit, something that is likely to happen without such restriction.
Purchase contracts disallow GT owners to sell it within at least 2 years after purchase
According to Ford, Cena breached the contract and flipped the GT after just a couple of weeks after receiving it. For such treason, Ford filed a lawsuit against Cena last week and claimed for more than $75,000 for “damages and losses, including, but not limited to, loss of brand value, ambassador activity, and customer goodwill”. In the suit, Ford said it tried to amicably settle it with Cena but he “has not made it right.”
John Cena must have some Nigerian blood in him, as only a Nigerian could do such
However, lawyers find the suit interesting as the violation is obvious but the damages are unclear. It is hard to determine how much Ford has been hurt by the breach.
John Cena must have some Nigerian blood in him, as only a Nigerian could do such. Do you think Ford will win the suit?