Saleen has officially unveiled their new FourSixteen at the Pebble Beach Concours d’Elegance.

Saleen has officially unveiled their new FourSixteen at the Pebble Beach Concours d’Elegance.

Based on the Tesla Model S P85, the FourSixteen has been equipped with an aerodynamic body kit that includes a new front fascia, restyled side skirts and a new rear bumper with a carbon fiber diffuser. The car also has a V-shaped hood, a trunk-mounted spoiler and 21-inch forged aluminum wheels.

The stylish cabin boasts perforated leather / Alcantara sport seats, tailor-made door panels and a leather-wrapped dashboard with contrast stitching. The model also has a new center console and carbon fiber trim.

Power is provided by a familiar induction motor that produces 416 bhp (310 kW) and 443 lb-ft (600 Nm) of torque. Those are the same figures quoted by Tesla but Saleen says the FourSixteen's components "increase efficiencies in torque management, give a track capable throttle response and provide faster acceleration."

The car has also been equipped with an improved cooling system that has a larger radiator, upgraded fans and a high-flow water pump to help "maintain consistent temperatures in more stressful performance applications."

The company also installed a track-tuned suspension with new sway bars and stiffer springs. If that's not sporty enough, customers can order a fully adjustable suspension which allows them to "easily increase stiffness for a day at the track and revert to a more streetable setting with simple adjustments."

Other notable changes include a retuned stability control system, high-performance brakes and sportier tires.  Customers can also order a "MAXGRIP" locking differential and a 11.39:1 final gear ratio for improved acceleration.

Pricing starts at $152,000 - including the cost of the base car - and the model will be eligible for state and federal incentives that range from $7,500 to $15,000 depending on location. The company is currently accepting orders and deliveries should take 6-8 weeks following order confirmation and receipt.

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