2015 Shelby Super Snake has returned and it is more vigorous than ever! Based on the 2015 Ford Mustang GT, the legendary Snake is now 750HP strong. The other enhancements included are to the handling, braking and cooling of the famous pony car. What is more, it will be the first Super Snake to be offered with an automatic transmission.
The perfect basis for this new project is the latest Mustang from the 2015 model year, which rides on sophisticated new independent rear suspension, and is powered by a potent V8 engine connected to a slick shifting six speed transmission. Another interesting fact for the new model is that it was designed for the first time for international markets.
Shelby American has tuned and modified key aspects the iconic muscle car by giving it better handling and more power. On top of the standard V8, Shelby has added performance suspension components and a throaty Borla exhaust at no additional cost.
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Available features include a more powerful supercharger, as well as a better performing intercooler and heat exchanger system. They have been all designed to generate more than 750 horsepower on pump gas.
In addition, it will be the first Super Snake available with an automatic transmission. The standard option is Mustang GT's six-speed manual.
This power is transmitted onto the new 20-inch WELD Racing Super Snake wheels shod with Michelin Pilot Super Sport tires, behind which we see seat-belt-tightening-six-piston Wilwood brakes.
Exterior & Interior
In terms of aesthetics, the car carries the signature Super Snake striping. It also features carbon fiber hood with a forced-air scoop plus and a wide range of other aerodynamic enhancements like the larger rear spoiler for example.
On the other hand, the interior includes special badging, upgraded badged upholstery, floor mats and a very cool three-gauge dash pod.
2015 Shelby Super Snake will be produced in only 300 units. Each car will have a starting price of $49,995 USD and this does not include the base Ford Mustang GT.
Source: Shelby American