Supercharged 5.0-liter V-8 engine can take you in place
Interesting things about Shelby F-150 Super Snake It’s that it didn’t come like Shelby’s engineer dream wet. No, sir. The customer actually needs a street truck and Shelby Delivery…Shelby style, supercharged 5.0-liter V-8 and low Borla exhaust pipe are the highlights.
Incidentally, Shelby also sold a supercharger-free version, but output only 395 horsepower from the eighth engine of the same version.
Back to the questionable topic, Throttle House participated in the 2020 Shelby F-150 Super Snake Competition-actually the first person to launch from Shelby’s magic production workshop-judging by the mental state of these two masters, Say they kind of like it.
What do you want to ask? Well, the F-150 Super Snake is the epitome of contradiction. The one that actually works because it weighs as much as the house, but it can still accelerate from 0 mph to 60 mph in 3.45 seconds. This is equivalent to eating hot hatches on thick bread every day of the week, ending with “y”.
Naturally, trucks are not cheap. The naturally aspirated version (ie a version full of 395 horses) costs $86,085, while the supercharged model (the version you really want) can be rented in your garage for $93,385; as long as it fits.