Released at the Las Vegas SEMA show in 1997, the Super Stallion was done under Ford's Special Vehicle Engineering (SVE) team. The car was designed to try out what could possibly be applied to compete against the Chevrolet Corvette and the Dodge Viper. Powered by a 5.4L V-8 boosted by a Garrett supercharger, the car made 545hp on regular 93-octane gasoline. But, by using the car's technology you could make up to 595hp off of the E85 Ethanol fuel that the car was designed to run on. It runs 12.7 in the quarter mile and has a possible top speed of 175 MPH.