CORONA, CA -- (Marketwired) -- 07/08/13 -- Saleen Automotive Inc. (OTCBB: SLNN), an American niche manufacturer of lifestyle ultra-high performance vehicles, technical performance parts, lifestyle accessories and apparel, has created quite a roar with its flagship Mustang offering, the Saleen 351, which is now underway for production.
"The amount of detail that we had to put in this vehicle is astounding," said Steve Saleen. "I feel our team has struck the perfect balance of design, technology, and [of course] power."
Saleen has been taking preorders for the 351 since its debut, and shortly after the unveiling of the prototype at the Knott's Ford Show in Southern California is moving forward into production.
In true Saleen style, the 351 completes the trifecta of Speed, Science, and Style. Pounding out 700 hp and 655 ft-lb of torque on a supercharged 351 cubic inch V8, the Saleen 351 is rounded out by its distinct Saleen aerodynamics and Red Butterfly Center Ram Air Induction system.
Available in both Hardtop and Convertible, orders for this and other Saleen vehicles can be placed at Saleen dealers nationwide, or by contacting Saleen directly for a personalized ordering process which concludes at the nearest Saleen Authorized Dealership. For more information visit www.saleen.com.
On Friday July 5th, Saleen Automotive Inc. also announced FINRA approval to change their ticker symbol from (OTCBB: WSTY) to (OTCBB: SLNN) and completion of the official name change from W270 Inc. to Saleen Automotive, Inc. More information about this announcement and other Saleen investor news can be found here.
About Saleen Automotive, Inc.
Saleen is an American niche manufacturer of lifestyle ultra-high performance vehicles, technical performance parts, lifestyle accessories and apparel. With more than 30 years of automotive heritage, Saleen has continually set the bar for automotive design and performance engineering in both street and racing applications. Saleen plans to utilize its existing strategic partnerships and dealer network to refine its design and engineering prowess, continue development of emerging automotive technologies, and expand its presence nationwide with a combination of automotive retail services, aftermarket parts and new vehicle sales to build significant long-term value. Learn more at www.saleenautomotive.com.
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