2015 Saleen 302 Black Label Mustang

Dec 4, 2019

Category: Rides

Ford’s latest iteration of the iconic Mustang has once again opened up their doors for third party customizers to turn this thing into a true American supercar. Saleen has been synonymous with the US auto maker since our childhood days, and the 2015 Saleen 302 Black Label Mustang is the latest to land from Steve Saleen’s stable.

This monster of a model works on the 302 line, adding a twin-screw supercharger to the already beefy 5.0-liter Coyote V8 engine. The end result? A 730 horsepower, 600 lb-ft of torque setup that’s ready to tear up the streets. Of course that much power under the hood requires some suspension mods and stopping power to match, which is why this 302 is outfitted with Saleen S4 springs, sway bars, and shocks alongside 15-inch rotors with multi-piston brakes on all 4 corners. As far as aesthetics are concerned, this Mustang features an exclusive front air splitter, rear wing and a set of 20-inch 5-spoke alloys to boot. The Saleen 302 will be limited edition, and carries a sticker price of just over $73,000.

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