Roush Performance is one of the oldest and most respected names in tuning and has focused on Blue Oval vehicles for quite a few years now. The company currently offers a host of parts and turnkey versions of the Ford Mustang, Ranger, F-150, and Super Duty. Now, it has revealed its latest enhanced version of the iconic F-150, and it has plenty of impressive upgrades worth taking a closer look at.
The 2022 Roush F-150 is based on the 302A XLT or 502A Lariat and features a host of enhancements on the outside, including its brand new High-Flow Front Grille with integrated accent lighting, fender flares with clearance lighting, optional color-matched fender flares, heat-extracting hood vents, and graphics, to start.
Leather Interior Choices
Inside the cabin, the 2022 Roush F-150 offers two different leather interior options when buyers choose the optional Premium Leather Package. XLT trims get two-tone gray and black leather seating, while Lariat models go all black with factory Vintage Carmine interior accents. The package also includes embroidered Roush logos on the headrests, along with a Square “R” and an American Flag tag on the seats.
Various other interior enhancements include a Roush gauge cluster, serialized interior badge, and WeatherTech floor liners. Buyers can also pay extra for a few options including a console vault, rear seat vault, and an off-road utility kit.
Underneath, the 2022 Roush F-150 rolls on the company’s performance suspension along with 18-inch satin black Roush wheels wrapped with 32-inch General Tire Grabber ATX all-terrain tires. For those that want a bit more flash, a variety of upgraded graphics options are available to boot.
The 2022 Roush F-150 provides a variety of nice upgrades over the stock pickup and certainly looks awesome, and it can be enhanced even further with Roush’s new supercharger kit, which brings the stock 5.0-liter Coyote V8 up to 705 horsepower. The cost for all this goodness – minus the supercharger, the donor truck, and options – comes in at $18,500.
Source: Ford Truck Enthusiasts