Hot pickup trucks are a real market force these days, so it’s no surprise Shelby Mustang has gotten in on the trend.
By Speed Digital
Instead of just hopping up a Ford Raptor, the American performance vehicle manufacturer also decided to tweak a regular Ford F-150, turning it into a fire-breathing pickup with 770-horsepower.
Needless to say, this truck is good for hauling a lot of things, plus it has a carpeted bed with a solid cover to keep whatever you stash back there nice.
Everyone clamored for a hardcore street truck and Shelby delivered in a big way. This F-150 has been force-fed through a big supercharger so the 5.0-liter Coyote V8 pushes it from 0-60 in 3.45 seconds and 0-100 in 8.3 seconds.
What’s more, a Shelby by Borla exhaust system means this Super Snake sounds mean, providing a growl to match that bite.
There are more performance upgrades to make this truck an absolute blast to drive. It’s been lowered for better handling dynamics, plus there’s a Shelby suspension system with adjustable upper control arms, an adjustable rear sway bar, and more.
Stopping power comes via a Shelby by Baer brake system with 6-piston front calipers and slotted rotors at all four wheels. Putting power to the road are street performance tires.
What’s more, this truck looks the part of a modern sport truck. The sinister black paint perfectly flaunts the unique front bumper and splitter, plus that ram-air hood which signals to everyone this is not just another Ford F-150. Of course, the badges and 22-inch Carroll Shelby Wheel Co aluminum wheels proudly announce what this pickup is all about.
Instead of getting the Super Snake Sport striping, this truck comes with a nice clean exterior, so it shows great. It goes great with the black custom leather interior. Among the tweaks in the cab are deep window tint, Shelby gauges, billet racing pedals, floor mats, faux carbon-fiber accents, and a serial numbered dash.
This 2020 Shelby Mustang F-150 Super Snake Sport is #38 of 250, so it’s a pretty rare beast. If you want a shot at owning it, GAA Classic Car Auctions is the dealer.
Originally published at Autos