Roush Reveals 710 HP Ford Mustang, Off-Road Focused F-150

Roush has revealed the new 2019 Mustang Stage 3 and modified 2019 F-150 pickup truck it will have on display at the New York Auto Show.

The tuner’s Mustang Stage 3 has been presented in Race Red paint and adds a Roush TVS R2650 supercharger to the Mustang’s 5.0-liter V8. The tuned pony car delivers 710 hp and 610 lb-ft (827 Nm) of torque and offers performance only the new Shelby Mustang GT500 can match.

In addition to the supercharger, Roush equips each Mustang Stage 3 it builds with an active exhaust system offering four different exhaust settings, including a ‘Custom’ mode which allows owners to create their ideal supercharged V8 soundtrack.

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Complementing the performance modifications are a number of exterior tweaks. Up front, the Roush Mustang Stage 3 includes an extended front splitter, bespoke grille and new air intakes. The car also comes equipped with a distinctive hood with air vents, black sports wheels, custom side skirts, a distinctive rear lip spoiler, and a rear diffuser.

As for the modified Ford F-150 coming to New York, it rides on Roush/Fox 2.0 suspension that not only provides a two-inch lift at the front, but also offers improved off-road stability and makes for a very aggressive stance. The F-150 bound for the auto show also includes a Roush active exhaust system, new front grille, flared fenders, a front bumper cover, and optional trail-inspired graphics.

Roush has yet to release pricing details for the Mustang Stage 3 or its lifted F-150, though interested partiess can expect to find out more when the New York Auto Show commences.

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  • Bash

    I would take that Lifted F150 in a heart beat.

    • Zandit75

      I like it too, but …..”off-road focused F-150″ Shown in pictures only on bitumen!!!

      • Bash

        lol I saw that too. but still nice show business.

  • lagunas3ca

    Should make an off-road Mustang too, considering that’s where most of them end up.

  • ErnieB

    One of each please..

  • SteersUright

    Neither of these is very good looking. Rather have the Ford versions (Raptor & GT350).

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