2015 Saleen Mustang S302 Black Label

2015 Saleen Mustang S302 Black Label - We're not enthusiasts of war recreations, unless they include pull. What's more, we realized that once Dodge declared war with its 707-hp supercharged Hellcat V-8, the 700 or more hp field would see some mind blowing fights. Enter Saleen Automotive, Inc.— in fact an OEM—with its new 2015 Mustang S302 Black Label. When it was declared a year ago, yield of the auto's supercharged rendition of the Ford Mustang's 5.0-liter Coyote V-8 was pegged at 640 strength. Yet, as the auto spun on the turntable before us at its official presentation in Los Angeles a weekend ago, Saleen declared that the screw-sort supercharger really conveys the Coyote's yield to a massive 730 drive and 600 lb-ft of torque—on 91 octane fuel, no less. Furthermore, on the off chance that you live in a state where the fuel octanes are higher, the Black Label's supercharged V-8 pumps out up to 750 steeds. We will get more motor particulars from Saleen in coming weeks, yet suffice it to state, the Black Label is the dim steed in the horse auto combat zone, no joke expected.

The beast V-8 can be matched either with a six-speed manual transmission, which offers a decision of 3.31:1, 3.55, or 3.73 last drive proportions, or an oar moved six-speed programmed with 3.15 or 3.55 backsides. A constrained slip differential comes standard, and every motor gets its own serial number and, yes, a plaque! Similarly as with the S302 White and Yellow Label models, the Black Label rides on Saleen's S4 elite suspension however includes one of a kind front and back stuns, while a completely movable curl over suspension is discretionary. Brake circles measure 13.9 crawls in front and 13.0 creeps in back, cinched by four-cylinder front and single-cylinder back calipers. Bored and opened 15.0-inch front rotors with six-cylinder calipers are a $3300 update, and for another $500, the back circles will develop to 14.0 crawls with four-cylinder calipers. Saleen's show vehicle wore Pirelli P Zero tires measuring 275/35 in advance and 275/40 out back, wrapped around dazzling five-talked 20-inch wheels.

Saleen Mustang S302

Saleen Mustang S302



Appeared in gleaming gold paint called "California Sunset" with Saleen's typical hash blemishes on the bumpers, the Mustang S302 Black Label sat low on its enormous wheels, wearing a full skirt of furious looking, opened and scooped carbon-fiber air bits that include roughly three and a half creeps to the auto's general length. A body-shading back spoiler hangs off the deck, and two of the Mustang's vertical taillamps sharp edges have been darkened, leaving just four unmistakable, all joined by a shine dark board embellished with Saleen's name. The Black Label's hood is vented in various spots, obviously, yet unfortunately, none get the trap, throttle-connected butterfly valves of its antecedents.


The inside is redesigned with Katzkin cowhide upholstery, with the Saleen hash marks showing up on the seatback reinforces. The discretionary Signature release inside treatment brings a cowhide and-calfskin wrapped guiding wheel, softened cowhide entryway boards, and a custom billet-and-calfskin shifter; the sum total of what variants have Saleen's mark on the traveler side dash board. Saleen will offer all S302s in tin-beat car, glass-rooftop car, and ragtop convertible structures.

Saleen Mustang S302

Saleen Mustang S302


While the Black Label's energy yield is noteworthy, its real execution remains a puzzle. As far as it matters for its, Saleen claims that it will stay aware of everything except the quickest Ferraris. Figure on a zero-to-60-mph time in the mid-three-second neighborhood, in the event that one can shield the tires from dissipating at the smallest touch of the go pedal, that is. Saleen agents recognize that more elastic might be expected to get all that energy to the ground successfully, and it is taking a gander at approaches to fit tires as wide as 305s in the back, however that may require noteworthy changes to the case as well as the body.

Saleen Mustang S302

Saleen Mustang S302



Similarly as with the Hellcat, the S302 Black Label's drive per-dollar proportion is noteworthy—particularly for such an uncommon auto—at $73,214, including goal. Besides, Saleen says it will pay the assessed $2600 gas-guzzler charge on requests put before the feds complete their printed material, which it hopes to occur by mid-April. For a considerably all the more shouting horse auto bargain, the previously mentioned S302 Yellow Label utilizes a similar supercharger and creates about as much power (715 strength and 595 lb-ft of torque) and manages without a portion of the Black Label's body, inside, and suspension bits for just $53,484, making it what Saleen considers a definitive sleeper Stang.


Saleen Mustang S302

Saleen Mustang S302



We've been guaranteed some seat time in Saleen's new creation in coming months, by which point we ought to have the capacity to reveal to you precisely how quick it is and, tsk-tsk, on the off chance that it can keep pace with the 199-mph Hellcat. Turns out wars can be cool all things considered—strength wars, at any rate.

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