May 24, 2017 10:30 AM EDT
Shelby American has been famous for its exclusive and massive cars. The company's powerful pickup truck, F-150 Super Snake, has now been re-designed with a new look. But, the F-150 Super Snake would roll out in a very short quantity. Nonetheless, the new vehicle would be flaunting a street-oriented edition.
The new Shelby F-150 Super Snake would be up for grabs in a very short quantity. The company claims that only a total of 150 of Shelby F-150 Super Snake would be sold. The new Shelby F-150 Super Snake would boast some of the extreme kinds of specs, Motor Mag reported.
The new vehicle would be powered by a supercharged 5.0-liter eight version engine along with a 600kW power production capacity. CEO of Shelby American, Joe Conway, stated that their goal is to offer the new Shelby F-150 Super Snake in limited numbers to preserve potential collectability and exclusivity.
The muscle truck comes along with a four-wheel or a two-wheel drive system. Unlike Ford's standard F-150, the new Shelby F-150 reflects Shelby styling all throughout its exterior.
Nonetheless, the notable design elements of the new Shelby F-150 Super Snake include painted fender flares, a new dual-intake ram air hood, four-piece body side ground effects, honeycomb racing grille insert, custom bumpers, red brake caliper covers as well as a 22-inch retro chrome wheels with high-performance tires. The exterior of the new vehicle also comes with Shelby lettering graphics and logos. The new vehicle is also available with a high-performance fuel injectors and an upgraded billet throttle body.
The 2017 Shelby F-150 Super Snake will also come with a host of bespoke cosmetic as well as functional upgrades. The new high-profile hauler starts at $96,880. Buyers who are willing to purchase the 2017 Shelby F-150 Super Snake must book quickly, as the stock is only limited to 150 units, Kelley Blue Book reported.
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