Ford Shelby recently revealed the F-250 Super Baja, a vehicle that takes inspiration from the F-250 Lariat 4×4.
This off-road-focused truck features numerous upgrades, including a custom BDS lift, new front radius arms, Fox 2.0 dual steering stabilizer, Fox shocks, front coilovers, and 20-inch wheels wrapped in 37-inch BFG KM3 tires.
The F-250 Super Baja also comes with robust bumpers, painted fender flares, a Shelby-branded grille, auxiliary lights, power side steps, and a functional air induction hood with an extraction vent. It features stripes, a bed liner, and a chase rack with two spare tires.
Inside, the changes are modest but include individually numbered badges and two-tone leather seats with special embroidery. The F-250 Super Baja also features billet pedals, embroidered floor mats, and an abundance of carbon fiber trim, and, of course, Lariat's Ultimate Package.
A 6.7-liter Power Stroke turbodiesel engine provides power, with the standard version typically producing 475 hp and 1,050 lb-ft of torque. A high-output variant is also available, offering 500 hp and 1,200 lb-ft of torque. Shelby plans to produce up to 300 units of the F-250 Super Baja, with pricing starting at $154,995. Is that a fair price in your opinion?