Shelby F-150 2021: V8 supercharged almost 800HP

It was only a matter of time for Shelby American to do their thing with the new generation of the best-selling pick-up in the world, the Ford F-150 or Ford Lobo as we know it around here. It is nothing more and nothing less than the Shelby F-150, which loses the Super Snake surname but at no time sacrifices aesthetic spectacularity, much less performance.

To begin with, the aesthetic treatment is more than evident and for kilometers, you can see all the styles of the Texan coach, the imposing front is undoubtedly what immediately draws attention. New design for the front bumper and the replacement of the blue oval on the grille, to make way for the huge Shelby logo. Other details are the typical black stripes that go from end to end, a couple more placed just above the stirrups, and that show off the 775 hp of this monster.

The pan is completely covered and of course ** the 22 “** wheels in black, are mounted on a huge 35″ BF Goodrich All-Terrain KO2, in addition to having an exhaust system signed by Borla Performance Exhaust Systems.

The interior aesthetic section is the one that has the least intervention since it is limited to special upholstery with Shelby engravings, some details in carbon fiber, and its respective numbered commemorative plaque.

Now of course we come to what we are most excited about, what is hidden under the hood. Shelby decided that a 5.0-liter Coyote V8 would be the one to receive a supercharger, aluminum radiator, new injectors, and of course their respective reprogramming, to bring it to glorious 775 hp. The suspension scheme also receives its own and equips a high-performance system with Fox manufacturing shock absorbers.

If for you, the almost 800 hp is too much, Shelby also offers a version that is only limited to the aesthetics and maintains the power of the V8 at 460 hp from the factory.

Production will be limited to only 600 units, with prices of $ 107,000 for the 460 hp version and $114,980.

Elenor Kling

A tech lover and generally a car enthusiast who likes to do a lot of research and share knowledge.

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