Turn Your 2019 Ford F-150 Into Every Other Truck’s Worst Nitemare

Whether you’re on your way to the lumberyard or doing the weekly grocery shopping, Roush’s Nitemare package for the 2019 F-150 will turn it into the quickest production truck ever, according to the tuner.

Aimed at trucks powered by the 5.0-liter Ti-VCT V8, the company’s TVS R2650 supercharger system has lifted the output by 255 HP (259 PS / 187 kW) and 210 lb-ft (285 Nm) of torque, to 650 HP (659 PS / 485 kW) and 610 lb-ft (827 Nm). The extra muscle helps it rocket to 60 mph (96 km/h) in 3.9 seconds in the Regular Cab and 4.1 seconds in the SuperCrew body style.

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Hear it coming you will, courtesy of the new race-inspired exhaust system, with side-exit exhaust tips. The feature lets drivers choose between four different settings (Touring, Wide-Open, Sport and Custom) by operating a console-mounted dial. Furthermore, users can also access those modes via the Roush Active Exhaust mobile app, or create their custom profile for a more personalized experience.

Other core components of the F-150 Nitemare are the custom grille with accent lighting, front bumper cover and a few exterior graphics that highlight its sportier stance. Roush went for a lowering kit and a set of 22-inch wheels, shod in Continental Crosscontact LX20 285/45 tires for improved traction.

Options include the aforementioned exhaust system, a tonneau cover, off-road utility kit, red and black leather seats and a console vault.

Pricing for the base package starts at $19,150 and is offered with a 3-year/36,000-mile (57,936 km) warranty. You can also build your F-150 Nitemare from scratch, using Roush’s online configurator.

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  • Jay

    3.9 seconds, not bad.

    • Andrewthecarguy

      Impressive actually, considering…

  • HD

    tiny miny private parts…

  • jason wu

    vehicles that don’t handle well shouldn’t go too fast.

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