Shelby struck a deal with Wingard Motorsport, who happen to have bought leftover Series 1 components years ago, thus we'll be getting a Series 2 based on the Series 1. Anyway, exterior-wise, meet the new boss. Same as the old boss. Except the stripes have outlines! Among other things but as you can tell the stripes are the most important Oh and the interior is different too, and as a fan of colored interiors, It made me die a bit on the basis of it having the same problem as the 2017 CTR with an unpleasant looking material. As for the engine it will apparently be able to support (something tells me we should pay attention to the specific wording) engines that will produce more than 800 HP. Again though, awfully specific wording about it although chances are, even in the lowest trim it'd have performance better than that of the Series 1, especially the NA one from back then. Although if you are, on the very low off-chance, someone who wants to, and can buy one, you better hope you invest quick, apparently it'll be limited to four models per year, except you'll apparently need to ask Wingard Motorsports to finish it. Carscoops article that is pretty much an unabridged version of this with a few more details.