Saleen Cars

Steve Saleen already had a career as a successful racing driver when he built his first modified Mustangs as Saleen Autosport in 1984. The business established quite a reputation with the powerful models and eventually branched out with its own supercar called the S7 in 2001. Saleen retired from the automaker in 2007 and briefly lost the right to the company name. However, he reacquired it in 2012.


2007 Saleen S7
2007 Saleen S7
MSRP:
$589,950
Engine:
7.0L V-8
MPG:
10 City / 17 HWY
2006 Saleen S7
2006 Saleen S7
MSRP:
$555,000
Engine:
7.0L V-8
MPG:
10 City / 17 HWY
2005 Saleen S7
2005 Saleen S7
MSRP:
$555,000
Engine:
7.0L V-8
MPG:
10 City / 17 HWY
2004 Saleen S7
2004 Saleen S7
MSRP:
$430,000
Engine:
7.0L V-8
MPG:
10 City / 17 HWY
2003 Saleen S7
2003 Saleen S7
MSRP:
$395,000
Engine:
7.0L V-8
MPG:
10 City / 17 HWY
2002 Saleen S7
2002 Saleen S7
MSRP:
$395,000
Engine:
7.0L V-8
MPG:
10 City / 17 HWY
You can own the rights to the Saleen S7 and S5S Raptor

All of the intellectual property rights to the Saleen S7, S7R, and S5S Raptor are currently up for sale. The collection also includes six remaining S7 chassis and any other remaining inventory and parts for the supercars.
2015 Saleen 302 Black Label Mustang unveiled with 730 horsepower

Saleen shows off its 302 Black Label Mustang, with a longer, lighter body, powered by a supercharged 5.0L Coyote V8 with 730 horsepower and 600 pound-feet of torque.
Saleen says it's out of money, owes millions

Saleen Automotive is best known for building hot numbers including countless tuned Ford Mustang muscle cars, and more recently, for offering a custom version of the Tesla Model S. Unfortunately, the company needs a huge infusion of cash even faster than its cars if it wants to stay on the road beyond the end of the year. In a new Securities and Exchange Commission filing, Saleen admits that its financial situation is dire, and it has just $7,261 in cash sitting in the bank as of September 30.
Saleen FourSixteen kicks the door open on Tesla Model S tuning

Steve Saleen kind of shocked us when he announced that his company was working on an electric car late last year with no solid details to speak of. It just seemed like a complete about-face from the big muscle Ford Mustangs and supercars Saleen had built its reputation on. If anything, it was even more surprising when the business revealed that the new model would be a tuned Tesla Model S to be dubbed the FourSixteen. We finally got a glimpse of it during Monterey Car Week, and while the sedan's