The boost in output comes from a Roush designed supercharger, powder coated in chrome to highlight the engine bay. Other additions include billet radiator and intercooler radiator caps, oil cap, and strut tower caps. The exterior of the car dons a new front fascia, chin spoiler, hood scoop and rear wing. Inside, there are leather sports seats, a short throw shifter plus Roush sill plates and floor mats.
Handling is improved thanks to a custom suspension package, which includes front and rear shocks, front and rear springs, front and rear sway bars, jounce bumpers and a set of 18in alloy wheels.
Roush will follow up with a new 429R next year, forming a trio that pays homage to the original 427, 428 and 429 engines from Ford’s muscle car past.