The 2023 SEMA Show has gotten off to a strong start for Blue Oval fans, with the automaker revealing a host of new products including the 2024 Ford Mustang FP800S concept package, as well as the Ford Bronco and Ford Ranger Ford Performance Off-Road Vehicle (ORV) packages. Back in June, Steeda announced that it would be continuing its relationship with Chad McQueen – the son of legendary actor Steve McQueen, who starred in the movie Bullitt – with new 2024 Mustang variants, and now, the same aftermarket outfit has unveiled its own special new model for SEMA – the McQueen Racing F-150 Off-Road Edition.
Starting with a regular old, run-of-the-mill Ford F-150, Steeda adds a considerable number of upgrades to that pickup to create the McQueen Racing F-150 Off-Road Edition, in every conceivable area. That starts on the outside, where the F-150 is treated to a Cervini’s ram air hood, AlphaRex Black Nova Series LED headlights, AVS AeroCab Marker Lights, GoRhino bumpers and off-road lighting, AMP Research power running boards, wheel well liners, Husky RVS fender flares, and a McQueen Racing graphics package, to name a few.
The McQueen Racing F-150 also gets some interior goodies such as Husky Liners floor liners, along with a Katzskin leather interior, but the real news relates to the mechanical upgrades present on this pickup. Underneath, that list includes a six-inch SuperLift lift kit with Bilstein shocks and a Brembo big brake kit, plus Raceline’s matte black Gauge wheels and a set of 37-inch Nitto Trail Grappler M/T tires.
Customers can also opt for a Whipple supercharger kit and Borla cat-back exhaust upgrade as well, which lifts output of the stock 5.0L V8 Coyote engine up to 775 horsepower and 715 pound-feet of torque for truly impressive performance. The Steeda McQueen Racing F-150 Off-Road Edition is available to purchase now from either Steeda Performance Vehicles or from select dealers, with a starting price of $37,000 on top of the cost of the donor pickup.