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.