Saleen is an American high performance car manufacturer located in Corona, California, United States. The only production car is the Saleen S7 and it is only available in Asphalt Urban GT and 2.
Saleen Automotive, commonly known as Saleen, is an American manufacturer of specialty high-performance sports cars and high-performance automotive parts.
Saleen's flagship car is 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), S620 (Camaro-based), the S570 (Challenger-based), the ST (Tesla Model S-based) and most recently have announced that they are in development of a new Saleen supercar, a successor to the S7 supercar (currently dubbed the S8).
- Saleen S7
- Saleen S281 Extreme
- Saleen S281 Coupe
- In 1985, Steve Saleen's secretary miscounted the vehicles produced that year, omitting vehicle number 6 as a result of confusing it with 9. Since 1985, Saleen has had the tradition of not issuing the #6 bumper number on any of its vehicles. Sometimes, a Mustang equipped with a Saleen aftermarket bodykit will bear 6 as its bumper number, signifying it as a "Fake" Saleen Mustang.
- In keeping with the family name of founder Steve Saleen, the company’s name is pronounced /səˈliːn/ sə-leen, rhyming with "machine".