Ford Authority

2024 Saleen 302 White Label Debuts As First Specialty S650

As we bid farewell to the S550-generation Ford Mustang and welcome the all-new, redesigned 2024 S650 model, longtime pony car tuner Saleen did the same with its last S550 offering – the SA-40 Speedster – which debuted back in March. However, a new Saleen model(s) based on the S650 was inevitable, and we got a sneak preview of that back in April as well. Now, the 2024 Saleen 302 White Label has officially debuted as the company’s very first S650-based build, continuing a tradition that dates back to the Fox Body era.

2024 Saleen 302 White Label S650 Ford Mustang - Exterior 002 - Side

On the outside, the 2024 Saleen 302 White Label utilizes a host of upgrades designed to maximize airflow, starting up front with a totally new front fascia that features an aerodynamic splitter and an air damn designed to generate large amounts of downforce for cornering performance. From there, the new White Label features a revised hood vent to make it easier for hot air to escape the engine bay, along with a new axial grille and a rear wing.

2024 Saleen 302 White Label S650 Ford Mustang - Interior 001

Performance-wise, the 2024 Saleen 302 White Label features a bit more power than the regular GT – 510 horsepower versus 480 (or 486 with the optional active exhaust). It’s joined by Saleen’s Gen 5 Racecraft suspension upgrade, bigger brakes, and unique wheels and tires.

2024 Saleen 302 White Label S650 Ford Mustang - Interior 002

Inside the cabin, consumers will find Saleen instrument binnacle frames for the 2024 Mustang’s new screens, along with a functional passenger grab handle, to boot. The new entry-level 302 White Label (in the Saleen lineup, at least) starts out at $61,990, but it’s also just the first of several new Saleen models based onto S650, which will soon include the Yellow Label and its 745 horsepower output, along with the 800 horsepower Black Label.

2024 Saleen 302 White Label S650 Ford Mustang - Exterior 003 - Rear Three Quarters

“This 302 White Label (2024) is the most comprehensive design ever for our 302 White Label. There is a lot to like about the new S650 platform,” said Steve Saleen. “Much has been said about this model, and we addressed it. We are quite proud of the end result.”

We’ll have more on the 2024 Saleen 302 White Label Mustang soon, so be sure to subscribe to Ford Authority for more Ford Mustang news and around-the-clock Ford news coverage.

Brett's lost track of all the Fords he's owned over the years and how much he's spent modifying them, but his current money pits include an S550 Mustang and 13th gen F-150.

Subscribe to Ford Authority

For around-the-clock Ford news coverage

We'll send you one email per day with the latest Ford updates. It's totally free.


  1. Mackie

    That tire clearance looks like it would be an issue out in the real world.

    1. Rob M

      I would like to see the rear sitting at least 1” higher than the front.

  2. Rob M

    I like the way the digital gauges are built into a conventional dash.
    If there is one thing I really hate it’s a cheap looking iPad leaning against a poorly designed dash.
    Interior looks good.
    And the price is less than I thought it would be.

    1. John

      I agree. I’m a big fan of the new S650 overall, but the glued on ipad look isn’t for me. The giant screen in my TRX is at least molded into the dash pretty well. Still might end up with one of these cars at some point, especially if they do the hybrid on the GT500.

    2. Lealand

      That’s just a leather surround on the IP so its just a beefy version of the factory I-pad dash.

  3. JD

    I have owned a Yellow Label Saleen 2020 for a little over one year without any tire clearence issues, wheel fitment on the car is perfect.

  4. Nautical-one345

    Nice job here Saleen.

  5. NMK

    I like everything BUT…..
    That leather on the seats looks cheap AF. It looks like a one size fits all seat cover from auto zone. Do better.

    1. BigAl

      Nice call, that just screams “we just don’t give AF if the end user customer cares…” What a slap in the face, totally unacceptable imo

  6. BigAl

    So what’s with what looks to be quite shoddy front seat/s upholstery? If the quality of build for the main vehicle touch points, and first thing seen upon entry to the vehicle, is of that low quality… How does that speak to the quality of manufacturing on the rest of the semi-custom build?


Leave a comment