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Saleen Automotive is an American car manufacturer appearing in Asphalt Urban GT, Asphalt Urban GT 2 and Asphalt 9: Legends.

Overview[]

Saleen Automotive, commonly known as Saleen, is an American manufacturer of specialty high-performance sports cars and high-performance automotive parts. Saleen is headquartered in Corona, California, USA. On June 26, 2013 Saleen Automotive, Inc became public through a reverse merger. It is listed on the OTC Bulletin Board and is controlled and majority owned by Saleen brand founder Steve Saleen.

Saleen's flagship car was the Saleen S7, introduced in 2000. The S7 was wholly built by Saleen and features a mid-engine design in a high-performance supercar package. It is also currently the only Saleen production car not based on an existing design or chassis.

Saleen currently manufactures the S302 (Mustang-based), a Ford F-150-based Saleen Sportruck and Saleen S1, a new Saleen supercar, a limited run successor to the S7 supercar, the S7 LM.

 

Vehicles[]

Year Model Image Appearances
2000 S7 AUGT S7 Asphalt Urban GT
2005 S7 Twin Turbo A9-Saleen-S7 Asphalt Urban GT 2
Asphalt 9: Legends
2005 S-281E AUGT2 S281 Asphalt Urban GT 2
2017 S1 A9-Saleen-S1 Asphalt 9: Legends
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