If not, it's pretty darn close!
SEMA 2015 showcased a ton of pretty pickup sheetmetal, and a smorgasbord of performance upgrades and modifications for a range of trucks. Naturally, the F-150 was used as the basis , and of the numerous one-offs in Vegas last year, the Roush F-150 was one of the standouts. Not because of its new front fascia, bespoke graphics, or 20-inch alloys wrapped in Mickey Thompson rubber but because of what was going on under the hood.
Roush fitted the truck with its Phase 1 Supercharger kit, good for 600 hp and 550 lb-ft of torque, but the tuner’s R2300 supercharger system is also on offer, boosting the 5.0-liter V8 to 650 hp and 600 lb-ft of torque. While the model on show looked like it had been painted by a child, this latest example sees a styling upgrade to match the outrageous performance with a Blue Metallic Flame paint job, hood graphics, fender flares with clearance lighting and a lowering suspension kit. The result is one of the best looking, best performing Ford F-150s on the market.