What's with Ford using these confusing names? The terms GT and Cobra have come to be associated with models of Mustangs, so why use these terms for new (retro) vehicles? I know the GT-40 and the Ford Cobra are as old as, or older, than the Mustang, and I know Ford wants to capitalize on the nostalgia of these, but wouldn't it have been better to lessen the confusion by giving them distinct names? Even calling the GT the GT-44 (or whatever it's height is) would at least give it an identity of it's own. This never really bothered me until today. I was talking with some non-Ford guys today and when I said GT and Cobra concept they kept thinking Mustang. I know people are just going to say it's because they're not Ford guys. But really, couldn't they have named them better?