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2022 Ford Street Performance F-150: Real World Photo Gallery

Ford brought a healthy lineup of concept parts and accessories to SEMA 2021. The 2022 Ford Street Performance F-150 was part of The Blue Oval’s display, showing off a supercharged build based on the Lariat Sport trim level that makes performance and style a priority. Now, Ford Authority snapped some photos of this stylish and aggressive pickup out in public.

The most obvious difference between this high-performance pickup and the regular F-150 is the custom body kit, which features race-inspired styling and gives the F-150 a more upright stance. It also sports a set of custom decals that give it a sportier look. It has myriad Ford Performance exterior accents, including black vents, a Black Oval kit, and black lug nuts. It was also slammed using the Ford Performance Parts Lowering kit and rolls on a set of 20-inch concept wheels.

The 2022 Ford Street Performance F-150 isn’t just about looks, though – it includes several upgrades that make it useful, too. It has a pivot storage box for both the left and right sides, made by UnderCover, and a rugged Sportliner 5.5-inch bedliner by Bedrug. It also has a tonneau bed cover by UnderCover. Inside, it’s fitted with a set of SuperCrew All-Weather Floor Liners to protect the interior from anything Mother Nature can throw at it.

Under the skin, this F-150 harnesses Ford’s 5.0L Coyote V8 with an F-150 supercharger, good for a whopping 700 horsepower and 590 pound-feet of torque. The sound of that mean machine is piped through a Ford Performance Parts Extreme Exhaust. That power figure is impressive and nearly matches that of the 2023 Ford F-150 Raptor R, which also packs 700 horses under its hood, but boasts a higher output of 640 pound-feet of torque.

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Alexandra is a Colorado-based journalist with a passion for all things involving horsepower, be it automotive or equestrian.

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  1. David Pickford

    This looks fabulous and Ford should be marketing it, it’d sell well in Australia also. The other thing is for Ford Australia to build a slammed Ranger Raptor but in the supercab configuration to replace a the ageing Falcon T6/VI and Commodore VI utes. They’d be behind demand for years to come.

    1. Elters

      I agree, I think remove the decals and lower it just it bit more in the rear so it’s level and you’ve got your next smash hit

  2. CRAIG E

    I am interested in one ! I have a 2019 Limited, No one mentioned what looks like Brembo brakes ! On this Rocket.

  3. Bill

    Is there any real possibility of Ford bringing that appearance package to market? Specifically, the lower ground effects (front lower valance & bumper grille/insert, side skirts, rear diffuser, etc.)? I can’t believe this has been out for over a year now and no one seems to know where to find those parts or if Ford will even offer them? Seems like something with a lot of interest for Ford or Air Design to make a nice street kit out of and sell aftermarket, yet no one at Ford Customization or Air Design has a clue when I inquire. What a shame.

  4. Jeff

    Terrific color! Ford’s other blue color choices have sucked for the last 10 years!
    I like it, I’d drive that!


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