Shelby American has released the final specifications for the 2011 GT350, including an option that will net buyers more than 600 horsepower.
Built in Las Vegas, the GT350 will be available in both naturally aspirated and supercharged form. Naturally aspirated cars come in standard 2011 Ford Mustang GT trim for SCCA racing duties, with the option to bump horsepower to 430.
The standard supercharged model makes 525 horsepower, and an optional "R" tuning package makes 624 ponies. All models have a performance suspension, upgraded brakes, performance-oriented wheels and tires, and Shelby exterior and interior styling cues.
Other options include an upgraded stereo, track-ready brakes, and a Watts-link rear suspension.
Additional standard features include a Borla exhaust, 19-inch alloy wheels, 45th anniversary badging, A-pillar mounted gauges, and brake ducts for the front and rear. Additional options include a street-race tire package and leather seats with unique stitching. The full list of goodies can be found on Shelby's Web site.
Prices start at $26,995 for the naturally aspirated package and $33,995 for the supercharged models, not including the cost of the donor car.