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First image of 2015 Saleen 302 Mustang released

By - July 1, 2014 – 2:22 pm4 Comments | 8,279 views

2015 Saleen 302 Mustang

We’ve seen a few speculative renderings of customized 2015 Mustangs from the aftermarket before, but the images haven’t really represented something we might actually see in production. They have either been slightly modified versions like Steeda’s or over-the-top like the one from Galpin Auto Sports.

Saleen has changed that, today releasing what looks to be the final design of their 2015 302 Mustang. The company released the following statement regarding the image:

With this model being the first major Mustang redesign since 2005, we took this as an opportunity to push the limits in both design and performance. We feel this latest Saleen mustang model is perfectly positioned as the next American exotic, campaigning on the world stage. As a first look, the final features and specifications of the 2015 S302 Mustang will be released as our unveiling and production draws nearer.

The image shows many classic Saleen design cues such as the aggressive multi-layered front fascia and splitter, blacked-out grille and large single hood scoop.

We’ll bring you more details and images as soon as Saleen releases them.

[Source: Saleen]




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4 Comments »

  • Carl says:

    Hopefully not there is terrible the only other word I can use is Fugly

  • Andreas says:

    Hardly to give a final comment as only the front view is shown. But this is much better than the serial car as it do not look like a flat Fusion anymore ;-)

  • Twin Turbo says:

    Looks great to me. Very aggressive! :cool:

  • Leo says:

    It is hard to really comment given the one view BUT it looks disturbingly like a Camaro (heaven forbid)!!!

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