Saleen Exhibits And Offers High-Performance Cars For Sale At mph'05 In London

Saleen, the American-based specialty automobile manufacturer, is all about power and performance. For the first time, car enthusiasts at the mph ’05 in London will see the highest performing cars on the planet. Beginning on Thursday, November 17th until Sunday, November 20th, at Earl’s Court, participants will also have the opportunity to purchase America’s Supercar, the Saleen S7, or the ultra-performing, Saleen S281 Supercharged Mustang, both of which will be on exhibit.

"We are extremely excited to be exhibiting at mph ’05 in London. It is an excellent platform for us to reach an audience that is evaluating and comparing performance cars. Recently, our high-performance vehicles have been exhibited and sold in China and Japan. To be exhibiting and offering cars for sale in the UK continues our quest to fulfill the ever-increasing demand for exclusive, American lifestyle brands," said Steve Saleen, president and CEO of Saleen. "Saleens are fueled by passion for performance, so we anticipate that the auto enthusiasts in the stands at mph to be inspired by what they see -- and they should be encouraged to buy."

For years the British have seen the Saleen S7 on the racetrack as the S7R dominated and captured numerous championships within the GT-series races.

All Saleens are derived from extreme performance, expressive styling, and exceptional value. And, every Saleen is built from our heritage that was born on the racetrack.

The S7 Twin Turbo is considered to be the World’s Fastest Production Car that provides a hair-raising 750 bhp and 700 lbs of torque. The S7 also enables drivers to further push the speed envelope. The Supercharged S281 Saleen Mustang is a more affordable high-performance car, delivering 435 bhp and 420 lbs. of torque.

For more information about the specialty automobile manufacturer, Saleen, its personnel and performance vehicles please visit www.saleen.com

17 November 2005 Staff
 

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