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Saleen S302 Specs
Saleen S302 Specs
Saleen S302 Specs.pdf
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Saleen S-series Supercharger Kit
Saleen S-series Supercharger Kit
Saleen S-series Supercharger Kit.pdf
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Saleen S7
Saleen S7

Saleen Cars History

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In 1983, American racing driver Steve Saleen registered Saleen Autosport and began tuning the third generation Ford Mustang.


His cars were sold in limited editions and successfully competed in the SCCA championship.


The company also became famous as a manufacturer of auto parts and tuning kits.


The business proved so lucrative that in 2000, Saleen designed the Saleen S7 mid-engined supercar from scratch.


The company then took part in the assembly of the Ford GT and Dodge Viper.


In parallel, Saleen Automotive began to modify more mass models, but its main activity still remains the tuning of the Ford Mustang.


The firm's motto is "Power is in the hands of the elite."


Saleen enters into agreement with Jiangsu Saleen Automotive Technology Co. to sell their cars in China.


The Saleen Foursixteen, a tuned version of the Tesla Model S, is presented at the Pebble Beach Contest of Elegance.


Small-scale assembly of the Saleen S1 sports coupe, based on the failed Artega GT supercar, begins.


The car is powered by a 2.5-liter inline 4-cylinder turbo engine with 457 hp, located transversely in the center.


Together with him, the company produces the Saleen S302 (based on the Mustang) and Saleen Sportruck (based on the Ford F-150).


Saleen debuted an electric city car and a full-size crossover in China targeted at the local market.