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Supercharger: HH NEWS The 50th Anniversary Shelby Super Snake Mustang IS A 740bhp Monster Via @carthrottlenews - It’s been a pretty big week for shouty American cars with V8s. We had the news about the Ford Mustang facelift, more details emerging about the Dodge Challenger SRT Demon and now this: the 50th Anniversary Shelby Super Snake Mustang. - As with the last Super Snake Mustang from Shelby American, the 50th Anniversary car straps a supercharger to the familiar 5.0-litre Coyote V8 to push the eight-cylinder anger well beyond 600bhp. It’s good for 660bhp in ‘standard’ guise, although if you tick the right options (which you absolutely should), that jumps to 740bhp. Lovely. - Thankfully, Shelby hasn’t just chucked a load of power to the rear wheels and left it at that. The 50th also gets upgraded brakes in the form of six-piston front-four-piston rear callipers from Wilwood, along with a new ducting to keep them cool. - The suspension has been given a thorough working over with new dampers, springs, anti-roll bars and bushes, while the exterior has been treated to a whole host of angrier body parts. Plus a smattering of 50th Anniversary badges, obviously. - Naturally this doesn’t come cheap: the total cost including the standard Mustang donor car comes to $69,995, before you tick that 740bhp option. But for a proper Shelby-tuned pony car with a silly power output and an enviable parts list, perhaps that’s not so bad.
Supercharger: HH NEWS
 The 50th Anniversary Shelby Super Snake
 Mustang IS A 740bhp Monster
Via @carthrottlenews - It’s been a pretty big week for shouty American cars with V8s. We had the news about the Ford Mustang facelift, more details emerging about the Dodge Challenger SRT Demon and now this: the 50th Anniversary Shelby Super Snake Mustang. - As with the last Super Snake Mustang from Shelby American, the 50th Anniversary car straps a supercharger to the familiar 5.0-litre Coyote V8 to push the eight-cylinder anger well beyond 600bhp. It’s good for 660bhp in ‘standard’ guise, although if you tick the right options (which you absolutely should), that jumps to 740bhp. Lovely. - Thankfully, Shelby hasn’t just chucked a load of power to the rear wheels and left it at that. The 50th also gets upgraded brakes in the form of six-piston front-four-piston rear callipers from Wilwood, along with a new ducting to keep them cool. - The suspension has been given a thorough working over with new dampers, springs, anti-roll bars and bushes, while the exterior has been treated to a whole host of angrier body parts. Plus a smattering of 50th Anniversary badges, obviously. - Naturally this doesn’t come cheap: the total cost including the standard Mustang donor car comes to $69,995, before you tick that 740bhp option. But for a proper Shelby-tuned pony car with a silly power output and an enviable parts list, perhaps that’s not so bad.

Via @carthrottlenews - It’s been a pretty big week for shouty American cars with V8s. We had the news about the Ford Mustang facelift, mo...

Supercharger: HH NEWS The Exige Sport 380 has been given a makeover to turn it into a lightweight car for racers and track day addicts Via @carthrottlenews - One day, Lotus will stop endlessly tweaking its current line up. It’ll have an all-new range, and we won’t be writing these articles where we open with some joke about Hethel’s incessant fiddling and the never-ending deluge of new-ish models. - But that hasn’t happened yet, and guess what? There’s another version of the Exige. And as usual, we don’t really care that it’s once again derived from an ageing product, as it’s another suitably badass derivative of Lotus’ grown-up track toy. - It’s called the Exige Race 380, and the phrase ‘track toy’ is particularly relevant here, as it’s not road legal. It’s intended for competition use and track days, tipping the scales at just 998kg thanks to a weight loss programme that’s seen it lose 68kg over its road car brother. - It’s powered by the familiar Toyota-sourced, supercharged 3.5-litre V6, putting out 375bhp to the rear via a six-speed Xtrac sequential gearbox. It’ll do 0-60mph in 3.2 seconds, and thanks to an overhauled aero package, it’ll give 240kg of downforce at 170mph. - On the inside there’s a full, FIA-spec roll cage, a HANS-compatible carbonfibre driver’s seat with six-point harness, a fire extinguisher and a battery isolator switch. Because actual race car. - Predictably, this doesn’t come cheap: the Race 380 costs £99,500 plus VAT, and is available to order now.
Supercharger: HH NEWS
 The Exige Sport 380 has been given a
 makeover to turn it into a lightweight car for
 racers and track day addicts
Via @carthrottlenews - One day, Lotus will stop endlessly tweaking its current line up. It’ll have an all-new range, and we won’t be writing these articles where we open with some joke about Hethel’s incessant fiddling and the never-ending deluge of new-ish models. - But that hasn’t happened yet, and guess what? There’s another version of the Exige. And as usual, we don’t really care that it’s once again derived from an ageing product, as it’s another suitably badass derivative of Lotus’ grown-up track toy. - It’s called the Exige Race 380, and the phrase ‘track toy’ is particularly relevant here, as it’s not road legal. It’s intended for competition use and track days, tipping the scales at just 998kg thanks to a weight loss programme that’s seen it lose 68kg over its road car brother. - It’s powered by the familiar Toyota-sourced, supercharged 3.5-litre V6, putting out 375bhp to the rear via a six-speed Xtrac sequential gearbox. It’ll do 0-60mph in 3.2 seconds, and thanks to an overhauled aero package, it’ll give 240kg of downforce at 170mph. - On the inside there’s a full, FIA-spec roll cage, a HANS-compatible carbonfibre driver’s seat with six-point harness, a fire extinguisher and a battery isolator switch. Because actual race car. - Predictably, this doesn’t come cheap: the Race 380 costs £99,500 plus VAT, and is available to order now.

Via @carthrottlenews - One day, Lotus will stop endlessly tweaking its current line up. It’ll have an all-new range, and we won’t be writ...

Supercharger: i want this so bad i want a matte black range rover supercharged with metallic grey rims
Supercharger: i want this so bad
i want a matte black range rover supercharged with metallic grey rims

i want a matte black range rover supercharged with metallic grey rims