The first car is expected to roll onto the custom scene at Myrtle Beach, South Carolina later this month. No details on the cars are being teased ahead of their debut, but expect it to live up to the Saleen reputation.
“They are going to be very consistent with past products,” Saleen Performance Vehicles CEO Michael Shields told AutoWeek. “They are going to be a next generation.” More details are expected to be revealed at the event next week.
The second car won't come along until next spring at the earliest. Both cars are expected to feature extensive use of Saleen's custom parts lines, including superchargers developed within the MJ Acquisitions automotive and engineering group that purchased part of the parts business from Saleen, Inc. back in February.