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2020 Roush Super Duty
Photo via Roush Performance

The 2020 Roush Super Duty has emerged from its den, and aims to be one of the biggest, meanest turn-key pickup trucks money can buy. Available on both the Ford F-250 and F-350 Super Duty, the new Roush Super Duty comes equipped with a unique arsenal of body work, chassis upgrades, and interior accents.

As standard, the Roush Super Duty comes equipped with the mighty 6.7L Power Stroke V8 diesel engine found in the factory F-250 and F-350, which provides a potent 475 horsepower and an absolutely titanic 1,050 foot-pounds of torque. While that’s no different than OEM spec, the Roush Super Duty comes with a unique DPF-Back Exhaust System that increases airflow and delivers a more powerful sounding exhaust note.

Like Ford’s F-250 and F-350 Tremor package, the Roush Super Duty comes equipped with the Roush/Fox 2.0 Suspension System. Preset with 2-inches of lift in the front that levels out the truck, this suspension features nitrogen-charged aluminum body coil-overs with tuned performance springs and 6061-T6 aluminum rear shocks with internal floating pistons.

2020 Roush Super Duty
Photo via Roush Performance

You might be wondering what hardware separates the 2020 Roush Super Duty from the Ford’s F-250 and F-350 Tremor package. Along with the previously mentioned exhaust upgrade, it’s the following: 20-inch satin black Roush Wheels and 35-inch General Tire Grabber AT/X tires. The Tremor utilizes Goodyear Wrangler Duratrac rubber of the same size. Also included are performance brake rotors that improve stopping power and safety while daily driving or towing.

Cosmetically, the 2020 Roush Super Duty stands out from the pack. Featuring an instantly recognizable grille with dual LED light bars, an aggressive front bumper cover, illuminated body-color fender flares, black fender badges and Roush “R” puddle lamps. There’s also an available aluminum retractable bed cover ($1,800).

Roush Performance says that there will be exterior graphics package options allow customers to personalize the look of their truck even further. According to the truck’s official configurator, there are six different accent packages. The standard Roush black and silver hood accents will be complimentary, while the black and silver rocker graphics will run $550. A black accent bed graphic is another $550. And for $750, there’s a black power stripe graphic with a silver accent. The 2020 Roush Super Duty can be had in five different colors: Agate Black, Iconic Silver, Rapid Red Metallic, Magnetic, and All Star White.

On the inside, there will be a custom gauge cluster, Roush floor liners by WeatherTech, serialized interior badges and custom “R” key fobs. An optional Roush leather package ($1,800) includes contrast quilted leather stitching and headrests embroidered with the Roush logo. Other options include a Roush Console Vault ($400), a Roush Aluminum Retractable Bed Cover, a Bed Cargo Manager ($250) and a Roush Off-Road Utility Kit ($250).

The 2020 Roush Super Duty starts at $14,900 on top of the donor truck, and comes with a 3-year/36,000-mile limited warranty.

Written by Manoli Katakis

Muscle Cars & Trucks was founded by Manoli Katakis - an automotive media veteran that has been covering the latest car news since 2009. His journalism has uncovered dozens of major product changes, updates, plans, and cancellations long before automakers were ready to make things official.

Some highlights over the years of his reporting include the uncovering of the Zora trademark before anybody else reported on the coming of a mid-engine Corvette, as well as the dead-accurate reporting of the coming of the Chevrolet Colorado ZR2, two years before it hit the market, and even before the debut of the concept vehicle. This type of reporting has immediately continued here, with reports of the original seventh-generation Camaro plans being shelved, as well as what's in store for the Chevrolet Silverado.

Some of his work can be found on massive automotive media outlets, such as Motor1. He also has been a guest on the 910AM Radio Station with Detroit News auto critic Henry Payne, as well as the enthusiast-oriented Camaro Show podcast.

Over the years, Manoli has interviewed various automotive industry titans, leaders, and people that make things happen otherwise. These include figureheads such as GM CEO Mary Barra, GM President Mark Reuss, automotive aftermarket icon Ken Lingenfelter, Dodge firebrand Tim Kuniskis, along with various chief engineers of vehicles such as the Ford F-150 & Mustang, Chevrolet Camaro & Corvette, and many more.

At MC&T, Manoli is taking his journalism expertise, deeply planted sources, driving abilities, and automotive industry knowledge to new levels, covering more vehicles and brands than ever before. This is the place where you will continue to read groundbreaking stories about American performance vehicles, pickup trucks, and sport utility vehicles. Here is where you’ll also read insights and quotes from various automotive subject matter experts on the latest relevant products, as well as some of the latest official news from their manufacturers.

Fun facts: he also once beat Corvette Racing driver Tommy Milner in an autocross with a Chevrolet Bolt EV. The biggest vehicle he’s ever driven is a John Deere mining truck. Besides a go-kart, the smallest vehicle he’s driven has been a Hyundai i10. He’s also spent time in the cockpit of various American performance vehicle icons, including the fifth-generation Chevrolet Camaro Z/28, Dodge Challenger Demon, and Ford Mustang GT350R. He has reviewed dozens of trucks, SUVs, and performance vehicles over the years.

One of his favorite new vehicles on the market today happens to be the Chevrolet Colorado ZR2 Bison. He is also a card carrying member of the Sports Car Club of America, and regularly participates in Detroit Region autocross events.

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