Roush Performance – one of the most well-respected names in the world of automotive performance – is soon to launch a new web video series to provide fans with guided tours of its facility in Michigan, and everything that goes on therein.
Founded in 1995 by Jack Roush, co-owner of NASCAR team Roush Fenway Racing, Roush Performance is something of an authority when it comes to modifying Ford models like the Mustang and F-150 extensively to provide maximum performance. We’ve written extensively about Roush’s high-performance Ford Mustang models in the past – a category which includes the supercharged, 670-horsepower Roush Stage 3 Mustang, based on Ford’s V8-powered Mustang GT.
“In the last three and a half years, I’ve gotten a lot of questions about what our company is, how our production of Mustangs and F-150s work, and what a facility like Roush Performance looks like,” says Roush Performance Northwest Regional Sales Manager Will Woodington. “So we wanted to do a detailed walkaround for all the interested fans and customers out there, so you guys can see how these incredible vehicles get made from start to finish.”
New videos in the Roush Performance tour series will be posted to YouTube every Wednesday.