In less than 20 years, Ford’s The lightning nameplate is no longer one of the fastest factory-manufactured nameplates Pickup trucks in the market Specify EV. Shelby can’t use the badge, but it released an evolution 14th generation F-150 Named Super Snake, it moved on where the last lightning powered by the V8 stopped in 2004.
Shelby Jean F-150 Super Snake has a variety of flavors to choose from. It offers two or four doors, and naturally aspirated or supercharged engines. In its standard configuration, the 5.0-liter Coyote V8 can provide 395 horsepower. Adding a supercharger increases this number to 775, which is huge even for relatively heavy pickups.Also found in Shelby’s Buggy, The eight-cylinder engine sucks in through a high-flow air filter, receives gasoline through a set of high-flow fuel injectors, and then exhales through a Borla exhaust system with a polished tip.
Adjustable shock absorber and six-piston front brake Calipers help control power. Therefore, Shelby quoted a time of 3.45 seconds from zero to 60 mph for the supercharged two-door sports model. Even more impressive is that truck It only takes 8.3 seconds to accelerate from zero to 100 mph, and then return to a complete stop.
“The rumble and whine of a supercharged engine is a symphony of aural mechanical beauty,” said Vince La Violet, vice president of Shelby. But the truck is also loud in another sense: Shelby has redesigned the exterior, adding a front splitter, a specific grille with a name in capital letters, a vent hood and a trunk lid. There is an extra charge for racing stripes.Inside, you will find the billet logo and carbon fiber prune.
Shelby will produce 300 four-door Super Snake and more than 300 two-door models in 2021.Fans who want to get their hands dirty can order trucks through participating Ford Dealer All over the United States. The naturally aspirated two-door model starts at $90,790. This figure includes the cost of donating the 2021 F-150 XLT 4×4, while the 775-horsepower version starts at $98,690; this is approximately $127 per horsepower.
Ford is not making high-performance street trucks; it guides buyers who want pickups with supercar-like power The upcoming V8-driven version of the Raptor. But it gave the super snake its blessing.Each built example will be added to the Shelby registry and will come with 36,000 miles for three years Warranty This includes the transmission system.