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2021 Ford Roush Super Duty Revealed With New Aggressive Styling

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The new 2021 Ford Roush Super Duty has been revealed, and like all of the tuner’s other turnkey offerings – based on the Ford F-150, Ford Ranger, and Ford Mustang – it combines aggressive looks with improved performance. The 2021 Ford Roush Super Duty is based on the F-250 or F-350 Lariat Sport Package with Ford’s 6.7L Power Stroke V8.

Using that solid base, Roush adds a host of its own unique styling elements to the outside of the Ford Super Duty, including a blacked-out front grille with dual integrated light bars and a bumper cover. The truck is also fitted with color-coded fender flares with integrated accent lighting to give it a wider stance, while a graphics kit with Roush branding, an American flag, and Jack Roush’s signature complete the look.

Inside, the Roush Super Duty features a uniquely serialized Roush console badge, a Roush gauge cluster, Roush floor liners by WeatherTech, and premium leather seats with branded headrests. Options include a secure steel console vault that provides storage for valuables and Roush’s Off-Road Utility Kit that includes jumper cables, a tow strap, tow hooks, ratchet tie-down straps, a Roush flashlight, and Roush gloves, as well as rocker panel graphics and power stripe graphics.

In the performance department, Roush upgrades the Super Duty with Fox’s 2.0 Performance Suspension System that levels the truck, a Roush DPF-back exhaust with dual stainless steel tips, 20-inch Roush wheels wrapped with 35-inch General Grabber A/TX tires, and upgraded front slotted brake rotors and pads.

The 2021 Ford Roush Super Duty is on sale now with a starting MSRP of $14,900, not including the cost of the donor truck.

We’ll have more cool trucks like this to share soon, so be sure and subscribe to Ford Authority for the latest Ford F-Series news, Ford Super Duty news, and continuous Ford news coverage.

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Brett's lost track of all the Fords he's owned over the years and how much he's spent modifying them, but his current money pits include an S550 Mustang and 13th gen F-150.

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  1. Mark richards

    Regarding the plant shutdowns: tgus is what haooens when one votes forca democratic president. Especially bad is Biden. He is trying to undo what Trump did, without even LOOKING at it! It’s shameful and unfortunately, the people that were dumb enough to vote for him have affected the WHOLE COUNTRY in such a NEGATIVE way. Be careful wbo you vote for. Look what has happened now. He used snake oil tactics to get in, because peoole with no sense voted for him. Now, look what you have. The Keystone pipelune waa closed, leading to the LOSS of thousands of good jobs and the near future escalation of gas prices — with NO POSITIVE EFFECT ON THE ENVIRONMENT! IN FACT, THERE WILL BE A NEGATIVE EFFECT BECAUSE ANIMALS LOVED THE PIPELINE TO WARM BY. People just don’t think anf now the US is in a world of HURT. Thanks a lot -not!

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    1. Stephen Ketterer

      I’m with you. This is going to be a rough 4-year ride.

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