As far as you know some days ago Shelby represented its new 1000 hp Mustang. But the photos represented in the press-release were just a fake photos. One of the Autoblog's visitors didn't miss several problems appeared in the main photo:
"ZeGerman, caught it well before anyone else.
First, there's an odd blur just beneath the front passenger side tire and just a sliver remains of the tire that was airbrushed out. If you're going to fake a photo, show some skill.
Second, a wheelstand would be virtually impossible to do with that much horsepower on street tires.
Third, check out those rear tires. They're standing stock still and, as another reader, gtv4rudy, points out, there's light showing through the tread. The rear tires aren't digging into the tarmac at all.
Shelby, rightly, now admits to Drive On at USA Today that the front wheels were lifted not by a super powerful engine, but instead by super powerful photo manipulation software. Why, Shelby, why? You had us at 950 hp!"