Tag Archives: S302

FORD AUTHORITY: DRIVING THE SALEEN S302 WHITE LABEL, PART 1

Driving The Saleen S302 White Label: The Exterior

By: ALEX LUFT on SEPTEMBER 6, 2019
Original Article: FORDAUTHORITY.COM

One look. That’s all it takes to realize that the 2019 Saleen S302 White Label is no ordinary Mustang. And that’s because it is anything but ordinary. We spent the past two weeks with this beauty, and enjoyed every minute of it. First things first, let’s get a good gander at this breathtaking exterior.

2019 Ford Mustang Saleen White Label Exterior Ford Authority Front Three Quarters
2019 Ford Mustang Saleen White Label Exterior Ford Authority Front Three Quarters

The S302 White Label serves as the entry-level model in the Saleen model hierarchy. It starts out as the Mustang GT with Ford’s naturally-breathing 5.0L V8 Coyote engine, which receives a 15 horsepower bump at the hands of Saleen. From there, California-based firm makes a host of very tasteful and appropriate improvements and customizations to deliver a very unique package. Our tester was coated in Oxford White in the base (non-Premium) trim level and had black cloth seats.

2019 Saleen S302 White Label Vitals
Exterior Interior Mechanical
Saleen front fascia Saleen white face gauges 5.0L Coyote V8 tuned to 475 HP
Saleen rear wing Saleen billeft shift knob 6-speed manual transmission
Saleen 20-inch white wheels Saleen embroidered floor mats Saleen performance exhaust
Saleen white B-pillar trim Saleen signature steering wheel Saleen RaceCraft suspension & strut tower brace
Serialized limited production

Now, about that exterior: the Saleen Mustang White Label is one great-looking machine. The front end features a unique front fascia with a unique black billet-style grille with a red accent, along with an aggressive lower fascia. The modifications fix the sad and frumpy appearance introduced by the facelifted 2018 Mustang, giving the pony the more aggressive look it deserves.

2019 Ford Mustang Saleen White Label Exterior Ford Authority Frond End And Grille
2019 Ford Mustang Saleen White Label Exterior Ford Authority Frond End And Grille

The 001 ahead of the driver’s-side headlight denotes that this is the first Saleen S302 White Label for the 2019 model year. That number also appears on the serialized plaque inside the pony as well as under the hood.

A neat-looking 302 decal on the front fender denotes the engine size in cubic inches, tactfully letting others know that this is no ordinary Mustang. Slightly below that signage sit two more badges – one denoting the Four Valve configuration of the 5.0 Coyote engine and another denoting Saleen tuning. The B-pillar features white trim with Saleen script.

But the arguable piece de resistance of the Saleen S302 White Label are the wheels: a set of white-painted 20-inch wheels (9.5 inch in the front, 10.5 in the rear) make the coupe truly stand out on the road. Yellow brake calipers in the front make things pop.

2019 Ford Mustang Saleen White Label Exterior Ford Authority Side Profile
2019 Ford Mustang Saleen White Label Exterior Ford Authority Side Profile

Out back, a large rear wing complements the Mustang’s fastback proportions, while also providing functional downforce at higher speeds. Saleen script on the black decklid insert and Saleen dual exhaust with a diffuser round out the package.

2019 Ford Mustang Saleen White Label Exterior Ford Authority Rear Three Quarters
2019 Ford Mustang Saleen White Label Exterior Ford Authority Rear Three Quarters

During our two full weeks with this pony, not a day went by that someone did not come up to us to ask or talk about it, or give us a thumbs up. Observing fellow motorists in traffic was also fun, as Saleen’s pony turned heads when rolling up to a stop light or passing other vehicles. But none of that can truly describe how this car looks, and it looks absolutely stunning.

Walking up to the Saleen S302 put a smile on my face. Every. Single. Time. And I often caught myself looking out the window of my office on purpose just to catch a glimpse of this white knight. Having caught that glimpse, in turn, made me want to go out and drive it.

Anecdotally, a guy pulled up next to me in downtown Miami to ask what spacers the car was running, at which point I explained that there are no spacers, just really wide wheels. He was impressed. But the icing on the cake was walking out to the car after a gym session and seeing a group of teenagers taking selfies with the pony. It commands attention at every turn – it’s just that kind of car.

2019 Ford Mustang Saleen White Label Exterior Ford Authority Front Wheel
2019 Ford Mustang Saleen White Label Exterior Ford Authority Front Wheel

Indeed, the Saleen S032 White Label is no ordinary Mustang, and it shows. The entire package is very well thought-out and tastefully done. After two weeks with the car, I did not look forward to giving it back.

We’ll have much more about this gorgeous steed, including driving impressions, in the days ahead, so be sure to stay tuned and subscribe to Ford Authority for more Ford Mustang news and around-the-clock Ford news coverage.

[Source: Ford Authority]

ROAD|SHOW: 2019 SALEEN S302 REVIEW

2019 SALEEN S302 BLACK LABEL QUICK DRIVE REVIEW:
TOO MUCH OF A GOOD THING
Absolute power corrupts absolutely.

By: STEVEN EWING on SEPTEMBER 2, 2019 5:00 AM PDT
Original Article: CNET.COM

Orange you glad this Mustang has 800 horsepower?
Orange you glad this Mustang has 800 horsepower?

Eight hundred horsepower sounds awesome in theory. But in the case of Saleen’s latest supercharged Ford Mustang, the S302 Black Label, it proves to be both a blessing and a curse.

You’ve seen this formula before: Take a stock Mustang GT, tweak the bodywork, upgrade the suspension, bolt a supercharger onto the engine and give it an exhaust that’ll wake the neighbors. Saleen has been building hot ‘Stangs since the 1980s, and it certainly knows how to make a statement.

The Black Label starts as a Mustang GT Premium optioned with the imaginatively named Equipment Group 400A, meaning you get things like heated and cooled seats and the full-fledged Sync 3 infotainment system with navigation, Apple CarPlay and Android Auto. The most noticeable interior update is a new set of seats, which are comfortable but seriously lack lateral support. White gauges take the place of the Mustang’s standard readouts, and a boost gauge is fitted atop the dash. Otherwise, the Black Label’s cabin is like any other Mustang, festooned with Saleen logos in the appropriate places.

Instead, it’s outside where the Saleenification is almost painfully obvious. Saleen fits its own hood, front and rear fascias (which actually shorten the car’s length by about 5 inches), quarter window trim and myriad vents and scoops. The overall look is definitely about flash as much as it is about function, with Saleen saying its bodywork has been optimized for improved aerodynamics. However, the keen-eyed among you will notice that several of the vents aren’t actually functional, so take that with a grain of salt.

The taller hood is necessary to accommodate Saleen’s big honkin’ supercharger, which delivers up to 12 psi of boost. Matched with Ford’s 5.0-liter Coyote V8, Saleen says the Black Label puts out a monstrous 800 horsepower and 687 pound-feet of torque. A new engine oil cooler and high-performance exhaust system are on hand to help this swole powerplant perform at its peak. Unfortunately, this is where things start to fall apart.

The Saleen-specific bodywork is... not my thing. A Racecraft suspension gives it a lowered stance on its 20-inch wheels.
The Saleen-specific bodywork is… not my thing. A Racecraft suspension gives it a lowered stance on its 20-inch wheels.

Power delivery is consistently inconsistent.

Power delivery is consistently inconsistent. Rolling onto the throttle in first gear is easy-peasy, with a heavier-side-of-perfectly weighted clutch and solid action from the six-speed manual shifter. But the minute you start running at higher revs in higher gears, you’ll encounter weird peaks of sudden thrust. The throttle is like a light switch; you’re either full-on or full-off, and this makes the Saleen incredibly difficult to drive smoothly. The engine hiccups at higher revs, which unsettles the car, reducing your willingness to push harder.

Aside from some Saleen badges and some comfy-but-unsupportive seats, the Black Label's interior is standard Mustang GT fare.
Aside from some Saleen badges and some comfy-but-unsupportive seats, the Black Label’s interior is standard Mustang GT fare.

On the other hand, when everything does go just right, this car is a thrill to launch. My official seat-of-the-pants acceleration readout is “f*cking quick,” and there’s enough power to get you up past go-directly-to-jail speeds before you reach the end of second gear. Still, what good is having 800 horsepower if a car doesn’t compel you to drive it fast?

Saleen fits the Black Label with Racecraft springs, struts, shocks and sway bars at the front and rear, and upsized brakes sit behind large, 20-inch wheels. This car doesn’t ride half as poorly as you’d expect it to on a public road. Yes, you’ll feel every bump, but the Black Label is shockingly amicable around town — not something I can say of most tuner cars.

Sadly, the General G-Max summer tires fitted to this test car leave a lot to be desired. They don’t provide the sort of traction you’d want from a car with this much power. In fact, the Michelin Pilot Sport Cup 2 tires that come on the stock Ford Mustang GT with Performance Pack 2 are a far superior choice, both in daily driving comfort and outright cornering grip. Add in the fact that the Black Label uses the Mustang GT’s factory traction control system, which simply isn’t programmed to allow 800 horsepower to get to the wheels, and you have a car that rarely actually lets you exploit its capability.

Perhaps the most compelling part of the Saleen S302 Black Label package is its price: $78,495. That’s no small sum, but it puts this car in reach of many buyers — folks who might otherwise purchase something like a 797-horsepower Dodge Challenger SRT Hellcat Redeye Widebody, which starts at $76,245.

The lowered stance is courtesy of the Racecraft suspension hardware.

Plus, you can’t put a price on exclusivity; how many times have you seen one of these at your Saturday morning cars-and-coffee meet? And unlike some tuned machines, every Saleen vehicle comes with its own three-year, 36,000-mile warranty for added peace of mind.

But as far as fast Mustangs go, you’re better off with something like Ford’s Shelby GT350, with its razor-sharp handling that rivals the world’s best sports cars. Don’t forget, Ford’s also got the Shelby GT500 up its sleeve — a fully baked supercar-killer with 760 horsepower on tap.

The Saleen S302 Black Label is best purchased as a collector’s item or showpiece, which is a shame, since this car is brimming with performance potential. More than anything else, it’s a reminder that power — even 800 horsepower — isn’t everything.

[Source: Road Show by CNET]

AUTOMOBILE: 2019 SALEEN S302 BLACK LABEL REVIEW

2019 SALEEN S302 BLACK LABEL REVIEW: EIGHT. HUNDRED. HORSEPOWER.
This supercharged Ford Mustang is a hell of a machine.

BY: AARON GOLD | PHOTOGRAPHY BY: ED TAHANEY on AUGUST 29, 2019
Original Article: AUTOMOBILEMAG.COM

Eight-hundred horsepower.

Let that figure marinate in your brain. Roll it around and taste it like fine wine.

If you don’t really consider its implications, 800 is just a number, another one-up in the ever-escalating struggle for horsepower bragging rights. But it’s significant, and essentially doubles the threshold for the most serious muscle cars of the 1960s and ’70s. Subtract it from a base Dodge Challenger Hellcat, and you’ll get nearly a Chevrolet Spark’s worth of power in change.

Eight-hundred horsepower is what you’ll get should you opt for Saleen Automotive’s current latest and greatest package for the Ford Mustang GT, the Saleen S302 Black Label. We’d call it the pinnacle of Saleen’s 35-year history of tuning Mustangs were we not nearly certain something even more bonkers is just around the corner.

And this car is bonkers. Since the obvious comparison is with Dodge’s 797-hp Challenger Hellcat Redeye (we’ve yet to drive Ford’s 760-hp Shelby GT500), we’ll compare away. Both cars are equally willing to stun you, but they do it in very different ways.

2019 Saleen S302 Black Label
2019 Saleen S302 Black Label

The Hellcat is all torque, all the time, to the point that it’s nearly impossible to open the throttle wide on a public road. Floor it from a standstill and you turn the tires to butter; floor it on the move and in two seconds you’re at automatic license-suspension speeds. On paper, the Saleen’s 687 lb-ft splits the difference between base (656) and Redeye (707) Hellcats, but the Saleen doesn’t unleash full boost unless you’re high on revs and deep into the throttle.

This has the advantage of giving you better control over the power, but it also means the throttle response is ridiculously twitchy at high revs and low accelerator positions, to the point that a bumpy road can shake your foot enough to set the car porpoising rather alarmingly. Smooth progress requires shifting up early, and that puts you a gearchange away from showing off the Black Label’s potential. (We suspect the throttle response is tuned to provide some protection for the Ford Coyote engine.)

But when the conditions are just right to unleash all 800 horses, the sensation can only be described with a string of expletives upon which common decency would frown. We’ve driven plenty of fast and loud cars, but few deliver the noise and fury of the S302 Black Label at full tilt. It’s as if all the evil in the universe has been released on an unsuspecting society—but it’s okay, because you’re in charge.

Happier yet is the fact that you don’t need to go WOT to revel in the Black Label’s absurdity. Just starting the engine produces one of the best exhaust notes ever to reverberate against the walls of our El Segundo headquarters. Noisy cars, enjoyable as they are in short bursts, can wear on the nerves after a while, but we never tired of the S302’s almighty rumble.

There’s more to the Black Label than the powertrain. Saleen also beefs up the suspension with Racecraft springs, dampers, struts, and anti-roll bars, and a bastion of body panels massage airflow to increase downforce as well as brake and engine cooling.

We took the S302 Black Label to our favorite canyon road and cautiously ramped up our pace. It was early morning and the roads were still damp with morning dew, so we were extra cautious with the accelerator, but as we built up speed we were impressed with how well the S302 gripped the pavement, especially at the back. In other words, if you’re going to drive an 800-hp car, this is the way to do it.

2019 Saleen S302 Black Label
2019 Saleen S302 Black Label

Now, lest you think the S302 Black Label is as tractable as a Volkswagen Golf R, think again. You can’t just jump in and drive fast; you need to take your time, commune with it, get used to its ways and let it get used to you. And before you manipulate any of the controls—especially in anger—you need to think carefully about what will happen next.

It’s worth noting that at the same time we drove the Black Label car, we also had an S302 White Label, which combines many (but not all) of the Black Label’s suspension, airflow, and interior upgrades with a non-supercharged 430-hp engine. A few people in the office have opined that the White Label is the better car to drive because you can floor the throttle with reckless abandon and not worry about disastrous consequences—in other words, it’s a better way to enjoy the rest of Saleen’s upgrades.

Still, the S302 Black Label reminded us of the vagaries that come with driving a tuner car. We had a couple of glitches with power delivery at full throttle. The speedometer does the opposite of many performance cars and reads a few mph low, as if the car weren’t enough of a ticket magnet already. And while we can’t be sure, it seemed like the gravelly noises from the supercharger became louder as our time with the car marched on. Based on experience, it’s likely that the factory supercharged Shelby GT500, like the Hellcat, will be a better integrated and more holistic product for less money. That said, the GT500 will only come with a dual-clutch automatic, whereas the Black Label gets a six-speed manual.

And then there’s the simple fact that 800 horses are gonna eat a lot of hay. Drive it like a sane person and the supercharged S302’s fuel economy isn’t too terrible, but once you tap into the boost, the fuel flow is akin to Niagara Falls. We’re talking single-digit gas mileage, which means you must keep a careful eye on the fuel gauge when driving fast.

Still, the S302 Black Label is a hell of a machine, delivering a mind-bending horsepower number with all the attendant Wagnerian drama one could hope for. Some people will dismiss it as ridiculous overkill—but those people aren’t driving around in 800-hp cars.

2019 Saleen S302 Black Label Specifications
ON SALE Now
PRICE $78,495 (base)
ENGINE 5.0L supercharged DOHC 32-valve V-8; 800 hp @ 6,000 rpm, 687 lb-ft @ 5,200 rpm
TRANSMISSION 6-speed manual
LAYOUT 2-door, 4-passenger, front-engine, RWD coupe
EPA MILEAGE N/A
L x W x H 188.5 x 75.9 x 54.2 in
WHEELBASE 107.1 in
WEIGHT 3,765 lb
0–60 MPH 3.7 sec
TOP SPEED N/A

Click here to participate in the discussion.

[Source: Automobile Magazine]

2018 S302 BLACK LABEL DEVELOPMENT VEHICLE

Black Magic

The Busy Life for an 2018 S302 Mustang

PHOTOGRAPHY BY: NUMEROUS SOURCES

2018 Saleen S302 Black Label
2018 Saleen S302 Black Label

Saleen vehicles that were tagged for “corporate use” are an interesting sort. Executive demos, media loaners and development mules can all fall under this purpose. For the 2018 model year, Saleen serial 18-0001BL is believed to have been the first Saleen Mustang to debut the new mid-cycle refresh Black Label exterior styling kit. A necessity after Ford Motor Company did a minor exterior update to their S550 Mustang for 2018. This change prompted Saleen Automotive to retool their aerodynamic package.

After a successful assessment and implementation of exterior updates, 18-0001 would then develop and preview the 2019 SA35 “Anniversary Package.” Unveiling a new exterior and interior appearance during September 2018. Shortly thereafter this unique Mustang was pressed into show and exhibition duty across the country to help celebrate 35-years of the Saleen brand. -DB


2018 Ford Mustang Saleen S302 Black Label

1FA6P8CF3J5123063
1FA6P8CF3J5123063

VIN: 1FA6P8CF3J5123063
Stock #: 281939

Body Style: 2D Coupe
Ext. Color / Int. Color: Shadow Black / Ebony
Engine: 8 Cyl – 5 L
Transmission / Drive Type: 6-Speed Manual / RWD

Vehicle Description
All vehicles are one of each. A dealer documentary service fee of up to $150 may be added to the sale price or capitalized cost. All financing is subject to credit approval. Prices exclude tax, title, and license and are valid for Washington residents only. DEALER DISCOUNT(S) include a $1,500 financing discount (must finance through one of our 4 preferred lenders) and a $1500 Trade in discount (must trade in a 2008 or newer vehicle). All transactions are negotiable including price, trade allowance, interest rate (of which the dealer may retain a portion), term, and documentary service fee. Any agreement is subject to execution of contract documents. Every reasonable effort is made to ensure the accuracy of this data. Please verify any information in question with a dealership sales representative. **FACTORY REBATE(S) Purchaser may not qualify for all rebates. Please contact sales department for details.

Selling Price: $99,909.00

Harris Ford
20006 64th Ave West
Lynnwood, WA 98036

Sales: 877-409-0769
Service: 877-409-0824

https://www.harrisford.com/

Click here to participate in the discussion.

[Source: Etc]

SALEEN S302 DRIFT MACHINE DEBUT

From our friends at Saleen Performance Parts.

A new Saleen Mustang drift vehicle caused a commotion at Saleen Automotive HQ yesterday. Formula Drift ProAm driver Micah Diaz gave test rides in his converted/modified 2014 S302 White Label.

Check out the video with Mr. Steve Saleen in the passenger seat.

Video: Micah Diaz

[Source: Saleen Performance Parts, Micah Diaz]

SALEEN BUILDS ORANGE FURY S302 BLACK LABEL

From Saleen Automotive.

Our newest creation, an Orange Fury Black Label. If this doesn’t grab your attention we give up!!!!!

Click here to participate in the discussion.

[Source: Saleen Automotive]

2008 STERLING EDITION (08-0010ST) OFFERED ON eBay

Price: $77,900.00
VIN: 1ZVHT82H385179724
Vehicle Title: Clear
Year: 2008
Make: Ford
Model: Mustang
Sub Model: Saleen S302 Extreme
Body Type: Coupe
Number of Cylinders: 8
Engine: 5.0L 302 Cu. In. V8 Supercharged
Fuel Type: Gasoline
Transmission: Manual
Exterior Color: Vapor
Interior Color: Charcoal
Mileage: 1,600
For Sale By: Hardee Auto Sales
eBay #: 192928041567

08-0010ST S302 Extreme
08-0010ST S302 Extreme

I’m helping to liquidate one of the largest Saleen collections on the East coast. With only 1600 miles, this is the newest 2008 that you will find. This was one of the first American made cars that had an MSRP over $100k. Most dealers sold them for $10k+ over MSRP at the time. Sterling Silver with two tone leather and suede charcoal interior with 25th Anniversary emblems. This is one of the highest horsepower and most expensive Mustangs ever built by Steve Saleen with an MSRP of $100,000 and rated at 620hp. A rare opportunity to acquire such an exquisite car.

“According To Steve Saleen – Of The 25 Built, 6 Have Been Destroyed, 9 Were Sent Overseas (mostly to the middle east), and 2 Are Now In The Mustang Museum. That Leaves Only 8 Of These Beauties Roaming The American Classic Muscle Car Landscape. once in a lifetime opportunity. This American muscle car has never spent a night in the elements. With only 1600 miles, it still smells like a brand new car. There are no scratches, dents, or blemishes of any kind. The paint looks like it did the day it rolled off the assembly line. Bid with confidence. If you are not 100% satisfied with this car, you don’t own it! Call with any questions. Craig 8434578989”

08-0010ST S302 Extreme
08-0010ST S302 Extreme

From Classic Car Studio:
In the automotive world, there are a select number of small batch manufacturers that start off with a good vehicle, obsessively massage it, and manage to improve it greatly. The idea is not to completely redesign, but rather to rebuild it in a manner that says, “this is the way they should have build this car.”

25 years ago Steve Saleen took this path with the Ford Mustang and since then, he has been successfully tweaking Mustangs into serious, limited production performance cars. Since the founding of the company in the early 1980s, Saleen has won the Manufacturers GT Championship nine times and has produced over 12,000 EPA certified vehicles. In addition to these cars, it has equipped over 600,000 additional vehicles worldwide. Impressive.

To commemorate its 25th Anniversary, Saleen produced just 25 Saleen Automotive SA-25 Sterling Edition Mustangs – hand painted, loaded with performance options and as exclusive as it gets, these Sterling Edition cars are as rare as the S7, but based on one of America’s Muscle car staples, the Ford Mustang.

The power plant in the Saleen is a quick revving 302 Modular V8 with 620 HP and 600 lb-ft TQ. As a power adder, the engine uses a port matched Twin Screw Supercharger with Dual Stage Water-to-Air Intercooler system connected to one of Saleen’s Cold Air Induction systems. At the front of this unit is a Hi -Flow mass air flow sensor and K&N style filter. Engine internals include forged aluminum pistons, forged connecting rods, forged crankshaft and performance camshaft. The aluminum cylinder heads have been ported on a 5-axis CNC machine. This nasty powerplant exhales through a stainless exhaust with a really race sounding note. Gone is the 5-speed transmission, and in its place is a new 6-speed unit. The rear is a trick Speed-Sensitive LSD and the car utilizes a performance clutch with a lightweight flywheel.

The handling on the Saleen is lightening quick courtesy of the Racecraft suspension. The car rides on tuned coilovers, beefed up sway bars and has a Watts linkage rear suspension. The brake system features massive 15″ rotors up front with 6 piston calipers and 11.8 inch rotors in the rear. The wheels are custom forged 20″ one piece wheels that really set set off the stance of the vehicle.

The Saleen is practical enough for everyday driving, fast enough for the track, and extremely collectable. No matter what your needs are, this car has it all.

08-0010ST S302 Extreme
08-0010ST S302 Extreme

Vehicle Specs

Engine
302 CID (5.0L) Modular, 3-Value SOHC V8
620 HP @ 6300 RPM
600 lb-ft TQ @ 4400 RPM
39 lb/hr Fuel Injectors
3.554″ x 3.800″ Bore & Stroke
Port Matched Series VI Integrated Twin-Screw Supercharger
Heavy Duty Upgraded, Dual-Stage Water-to-Air Intercooler System
Saleen Cold Air Induction with Hi-Flow MAF, & Conical Filter
Forged Aluminum Pistons
Forged Steel Connecting Rods
Forged Steel Crankshaft
5-Axis CNC Ported Aluminum Cylinder Heads
Performance Camshaft
Aluminum Dual-Core Radiator & High-Flow Cooling System
PowerFlash Performance Calibration
2.5″ Stainless Steel Center Exhaust System

Drivetrain
Close-Ratio 6-Speed Manual Transmission
High Performance Clutch
3.73:1 MaxGrip Speed-Sensitive LSD

Racecraft Suspension
Sport-Tuned Coil Springs
(F/R) Sway Bars, 1.38″ with HD Bushings (F), 0.79″ Front Struts (N2), Rear Shocks (N2)
Watts Linkage Rear Suspension

Braking System
Power Assisted 4-Wheel Disc Brakes with ABS
15″ Slotted & Vented Front Disc Brake System with 6-Piston Calipers
11.8″ Slotted & Vented Rear Disc Brake System

Wheels & Tires
Custom, Forged 5-Spoke One-Piece Wheels 20″ x 9″ (F), 20″ x 10″
Ultra High Performance Pirelli P-Zero Tires Tire Pressure Monitoring System

Interior
Push-Button Electronic Start
Leather Performance Driving Seats with Alcantara Inserts, Contrast Stitching, 6-Way Power Adjustable Driver’s Seat & Power Lumbar
6-Gauge Instrument Cluster with 200 MPH Speedometer & MyColor Feature Twin-Gauge Pod with Boost & Air Temperature
Chrome Dash Vent Bezels
Sterling Silver Serialized Plaque
Leather-Wrapped Steering Wheel with Badge
Leather-Wrapped Billet Shift Knob & Short-Throw Shifter Performance Driving Pedals with Driver Foot Brace
Saleen Floor Mats & Aluminum Door Sill Plates
Saleen Key Fob
One-Touch Up/Down Power Windows
Rockford Fosgate “Punch” Sound System
Navigation System
iPod Docking Station
Two Power Outlets
Variable-Speed Windshield Wipers
Rear Window Defroster
Air Conditioning
Dual Power Side-View Mirrors
Saleen/Eagle One Detail Kit
Owner’s Document Portfolio & Warranty Guide

Body
Exterior Aluminum Hood with Heat Ventilation Bullet
Sterling Anniversary Fender Badges
Injection Molded Thermoplastic Olefin (TPO) Front & Rear Fascias
Front Carbon Fiber Splitter
Front Grille High Intensity Discharge (HID) Headlights
Injection Molded TPO Side Skirts & Door Cladding
Integrated Front Turn Signals
Rear Carbon Fiber Diffuser
Rear Center Body Panel Rear Spoiler & End Caps
Rear Wing Quarter Window Trim Saleen
Windshield Graphic Serialized
Engine Bay Plaque Serialized
Front Bumper Championship Wreath Graphic

Below are some links with info on these cars: