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Production monsters like the GMC Syclone, Ford F-150 SVT Lightning, and Dodge Ram SRT-10 from the turn of the century were something to behold. Currently, the market is begging for more off-road biased trucks, as street performance trucks are few and far between. Shelby hasn't forgotten that throwing a bodykit, upgraded suspension and brakes, and a bucket of extra horsepower at a truck is fun, though. The Shelby F-150 Super Snake Sport started as an R&D exercise, but enough enthusiasts have expressed interest that Shelby is putting it into limited production.
There are two versions that will be built in 2020, and only 250 in total. The less expensive version will make 395 naturally aspirated horsepower, while those willing to pay more will get a 770-hp supercharged snake that will launch to 60 mph in 3.45 seconds and storm to 100 mph in 8.3 seconds. Along with all that power on tap, both trucks are kitted out with a bodykit with a ram-air hood, a full Shelby Suspension System, Shelby specified Borla exhaust system, Baer brake system, and 22-inch Carroll Shelby Wheel Co aluminum wheels. Amongst other things, the interior is fitted with Shelby leather seats, custom gauges, billet pedals, and serial numbered CSM dash and engine plates.
"The Shelby F-150 Super Snake Sport was initially an R&D exercise to build a street-legal truck that could deliver blistering performance," said Gary Patterson, president of Shelby American. It is delivering as well, and the numbers outperform the Roush F-150 Nitemare that currently claims the title of world's fastest production truck.
The price reflects that though, and the "slow" version starts at $86,085 while the supercharged F-150 Super Snake Sport starts at a jaw-dropping $93,385, "including a well-optioned Ford F-150". They can only be ordered through select Shelby dealers across North America and come with a 3 year/36,000 mile warranty.