The pair are based on the pre-refresh sixth-generation Ford Mustang GT. The 5.0-liter DOHC V8 now breaths through a massive 3.2-liter liquid-cooled supercharger. That bumps the output to 730 horsepower for the street version and 750 for the track model. Both models get new exhaust, while the track version gets a rear-seat delete, a four-point roll cage, four-point harness, and an upgraded radiator.
Other changes include Racecraft suspension and a special yellow, black, and white paint scheme. With all of the modifications, the road car looks very close to the track model. General Tire is debuting its new G-MAX RS performance rubber on the new Saleen car. It will be available to purchase from retailers. The street model will set you back $87,000, if you can grab one of just 30. The car goes into production in September.