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2024 Saleen 302 Black Label Mustang Debuts With 800 Horses

Saleen just can’t keep its hands off the Ford Mustang. Late last year, the 2024 Saleen 302 White Label debuted as its first S650-based build, offering 510 horsepower and a host of upgrades designed to set the pony apart from the herd. Now, the 2024 Saleen 302 Black Label Mustang just debuted at the Mustang Club of America (MCA) for the iconic muscle car’s milestone 60th anniversary, upping the ante with a lot more power – 800 horsepower, to be exact.

The 2024 Saleen 302 Black Label Mustang represents the top of the line for the Saleen 302 family, sporting upgrades all throughout the seventh-generation Mustang.

Dressed here in Speedlab Beryllium, which is one of 14 colors available for the kitted-out pony car, it features an all-new Saleen-developed air management system, including a sculpted hood with a center vent and side vents around the wheel area to help the high-performance muscle car breathe. Covering the supercharged 5.0L Coyote V8, the hood matches up perfectly with the front fascia while providing additional downforce, while also featuring fully functional brake cooling ducts.

The 2024 Black Label Mustang also gets a new set of side skirts, while the Saleen rear wing is present and accounted for out back for additional downforce. A unique center exhaust exit pays homage to classic Saleen builds of the past, accompanied by a unique rear fascia with an integrated diffuser.

A Gen 5 Racecraft suspension is ready to handle the speed, while Saleen brakes and wheels round out the high-horsepower package.

Inside, an instrument surround hugs the vehicle’s LED screens for a more integrated and flowing look, while the front passenger’s side features a grab handle to help the co-pilot hang on during spirited driving. Additionally, the 2024 Saleen 302 Black Label features custom seating with Alcantara and color matched stitching, completing the look both inside and out.

“I’m proud to say that our new 800-horsepower Black Label is our most comprehensive 302 model to date. We’ve spent a lot of time not only developing the look, but making it functional as well,” said company founder Steve Saleen. “In addition to what you see here, we will also be offering some exciting options such as a multi-chambered titanium exhaust that produces an F1-inspired sound, and a sequential transmission in the near future.”

The 2024 Saleen 302 Black Label will carry a starting price of $108,990.

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Alexandra is a Colorado-based journalist with a passion for all things involving horsepower, be it automotive or equestrian.

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Comments

  1. John

    Very nice, here we go!

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  2. Mark B

    Got to say, I really like the front end treatment over the stock version. Nicely done!

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  3. Joel

    Such a sophisticated and classy front end. They really knocked the look out of the park compared to stock.

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  4. iceman

    Never thought that SHELBY and SALEEN would be in my thoughts as equals !!!!

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  5. Kevin Glatt

    Roush too… although their Ford trucks are farmed out…

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    1. JoeC

      …when it comes to the trucks, the 705hp supercharged “Sleeper F150” available new w full warranty for around $48k (if I remember correctly) has to be: my favorite/best thing going/best deal out there ! (REALLY car or truck for a new 700+ hp vehicle)……a single cab, short bed, no frills truck…..w/a blower and 3.73 gears……everything one needs (excluding DR’s), nothing one doesn’t. Lol

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  6. Keith Dellapena

    The Saleen Racing Team put style and unique designs. Loving all the new line up! May have to join the Team Saleen.

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    1. DWH

      I believe the Saleen Company stopped racing a factory team in 2014 due to the S7 being banned by the FIA GT Cup because the company wasn’t producing enough street versions of the S7. I also believe the company had financial issues in 2014 and again in 2021.

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  7. Richard Jones

    Looks like a Camaro in front.

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    1. DWH

      Considering the Camaro ended production the first time in 2002. It’s the other way around. The Camaro looks like the Mustang. Unfortunately for the Camaro. If it looked as good as the Mustang. Had a better roofline providing the headroom the Mustang has while reducing blind spots. Maybe people would have purchased them instead of having them set on dealership lots collecting dust.

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  8. JoeC

    I’m typically not a mustang guy AT ALL. That said, I gotta give credit where its due: this thing looks INCREDIBLE!

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  9. Sherri

    I love it a lot better than the SUV it’s a sport car what were they thinking. I had a 1974 mustang as a teen sweet car .

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  10. hubbahubba

    looks real nice .. keep the mustang ice alive and well..

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  11. Antonio

    Saleen doesn’t answer their calls or inquiries on someone trying to obtain one. Emailed twice, left an Instagram message, and still have yet to answer.

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  12. Scott TO

    Good luck getting one anywhere close to that price.

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  13. Gary.virginia

    Just a dam good looking automobile.

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