When we talk about Shelby memories we always get very powerful and very American vehicles. This American coach is known to promote some of the most famous Ford. In this case will not be less and presents at Shelby Super Snake 2015 This model uses as a base the new Mustang GT350 to perform is so special preparation.
The main aesthetic differences are mainly in their aerodynamic kit is more radical. The front splitter, side skirts and rear diffuser are made from carbon fiber . This material is also found in the hood, the housing of the rearview mirrors or rear spoiler. They also highlight the 20-inch wheels signed by WELD Racing tires Michelin Pilot Super Sport, the black line running through the front grill or in black color.
The interior shows equally radical and highlights a specific gear lever with Short distances . In the central area there are three analog gauges that show us some aspects of what happens under the hood. It also includes embroidered headrests and floor mats and sports seats decoration Shelby .
The engine is the V8 5 liter and has been equipped with a compressor Performance Ford to raise its power above 650 horses . The transmission can be manual or automatic, both with six gears. Incorporates other elements of Ford Performance and axle shafts, gears 3.73 or suspension. The escape has supplied Borla and front brakes Wilwood.
To date, the 2015 Shelby GT was the most powerful Mustang with 710 horses, having dethroned the GT350R. But the 2015 Shelby Super Snake can install a Kenne Bell supercharger compressor or Whipple, can raise its power over 750 horses , making it the most powerful to date. This package is completed with an improved cooling shaft in one piece and rear Wilwood brakes.
The production of this vehicle will be limited to 300 units . For those who want to turn their Mustang across a Super Snake will have to pay $ 49,995 (about 44,500 euros). Of course the price is the package and does not include the base model.
Source – Shelby American
Section 2015 Shelby Super Snake, Snake returns with more than 750 horses was originally published in Current Motor.