Shelby 1000

2013 Shelby 1000 front left view image

The 2013 Shelby 1000 S/C, with 1,200 horsepower is the most powerful production car on the list. Built upon the 2012 Ford Shelby GT500 that offers 662 horsepower, the completely street-legal Shelby 1000 has Ford’s new 5.8-liter V8 that has been stripped down to strengthen the internals and the power has been cranked up. A finely tuned adjustable suspension and performance cooling package have been combined with big brakes to outperform other exotics with prices more than three times its cost. Starting at $154,995, only 100 will be built, and each will be numbered and documented in the official Shelby Registry, like the Shelby Raptor.

Bentley, Exotic Cars, Ford, New York Auto Show, Rolls Royce, Shelby, SRT

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