Roush has unveiled its 2007 Nitemare F-150 pickup, a 445hp supercharged steed that will be produced in a limited run of just 100 trucks.
Based on the standard cab version of the F-150, the Nitemare picks up a ROUSHcharger that boosts output from the 5.4L engine to 445hp and 500lb-ft. of torque. Additional go-fast components include intake manifolds, intercooler, radiator, and air induction system.
To further the performance of the Nitemare, the Michigan-based technicians install a Ford limited slip 3.73 rear axle and have increased the electronically-controlled speed limiter to 105mph. Visual enhancements include a jet-black color scheme, a Roush front chin spoiler and a black aluminum billet grille.
And pictured directly above is another special edition Ford F-150, this time from Harley-Davidson. This version manages to produce 450hp and 500 lb-ft. of torque, and is based on the supercharged F-150 Harley-Davidson concept car on display at last November’s SEMA Show.
Performance enhancements include a Saleen twin-screw supercharger lifted from the Shelby GT-500, a dual-stage water-to-air intercooler and boost and air-charge temperature gauges.
The truck is available in ebony black or dark amethyst and comes with plenty of gleaming chrome, 22in oversized wheels and tires and a custom scalloped stripe that runs along the beltline. This is the ninth model to emerge from a Ford/Harley-Davidson partnership that began in 1999 and has seen 60,000 units head out of showrooms since then.