Its distinctive looks start with an aggressive new grille with integrated accent lighting and the Roush logo. There's also a front-bumper cover — Roush says it retains compatability with Ford's adaptive cruise control — and custom body-color fender flares, also with integrated accent lighting, to add to the aggressive look. Diesel versions get a stainless steel DPF-Back exhaust system with large dual tips for optimal sound.
Roush has also fitted the Super Duty with a Fox 2.0 Performance Series suspension kit that raises the suspension by 1.5 inches for extra ground clearance and 20-inch wheels fitted with BF Goodrich KO2 35.3-inch tires. The wheels come with integrated bead protection and are equipped with capped chrome lug nuts and washer-bearing surface. A Roush console vault and off-road utility kit are both optional.
Inside, there are custom Roush-embroidered headrests, a serialized console badge and WeatherTech molded floor mats. Customizable Roush graphics abound and include a Roush USA flag, rocker blackout with accent color and a windshield banner, all available via Roush's vehicle configurator.
Roush says the modified truck retains Ford's 18,500-pound towing and 4,250-pound payload capabilities as well as Ford's three-year, 36,000-mile factory warranty. Starting price will be $13,880 above the base price of the F-250.