Saleen S7 LM

Sep 20, 2016

Category: Rides

From the years of 1996 to 2002, Saleen Automotive won over a dozen racing championships around the world. Two days ago, the company’s president and CEO, Steve Saleen has announced that, “true to our form, we are bringing back America’s only true supercar.” As a celebration of the beginning of that seven year winning streak that started 20 years ago, Saleen has revealved that they will, in the very near future, be producing an extremely limited anniversary run of their S7 supercar.

And when we say ‘extremely limited,’ we mean it. They will only be making seven. This painfully restricted run of supercars – which are to be hand-built at the manufacturer’s Corona, California facility – will be powered by an outlandish 1,000 horsepower 7.0 liter twin-turbo engine. And all of them are to include an exclusive livery, interior, wheel, and “functional performance enhancements.” For information on pricing and a chance to order one, you will have to contact Saleen directly. Although, you should probably be prepared for a price tag of at least – you guessed it – seven figures.

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