Jack Roush earned a masters in Scientific Mathematics from Eastern Michigan University before working for Ford and then partnered with Wayne Gapp to race in NHRA, IHRA, and AHRA drag racing events. In 1995, he founded Roush Performance that manufactures and installs high-performance components for street and competitive racing. The company generally modifies Ford Mustangs but recently branched out into upgrading Ford pickup trucks. Their newest creation is the 2018 Roush Super Duty F-250 and it is beautiful.
This is the first time that Roush has entered the Super Duty market and it appears to be a successful endeavor. The Roush Super Duty F-250 gets some big-time upgrades to improve the appearance and the off-road abilities of the standard model Ford truck. The 2018 Roush Super Duty F-250 gets a raised suspension by 1.5 inches. This beast gets bigger 20-inch wheels with integrated bead protection and wrapped in BFGoodrich KO2 All-Terrain 35.3-inch tires.
The imposing truck has an aggressive front bumper cover, front grille and accent lighting, and custom body-color fender flares. The Roush Super Duty F-250 doesn’t just look mean, it also sounds mean thanks to a stainless steel DPF-Back exhaust system with large dual tips on the diesel model. Inside the cabin, there is custom Roush-embroidered headrests and WeatherTech molded floor mats. To get this mean machine it will cost $13,880 above the base price of the Ford F-250, but look how grandiose it is. Check out more details on the Roush website.