Jackson Earnest Roush's career in motorsports earned him an induction into the International Motorsports Hall of Fame on April 27, 2006. He was elected to the Michigan Sports Hall of Fame, the NASCAR Hall of fame, and the EAA Warbirds of America Hall of Fame. He is the Chairman of the Board of Rousch enterprises and co-owner of Roush Fenway Racing. Roush Enterprises is the parent company for Roush Industries, Roush Racing, Roush Performance, and Roush CleanTech.
The Roush Cougar was built in 1999 and 2000 with 112 examples built. Colors available include Rio Red, Vibrant White, Silver Frost, and Ebony Black. Some Zinc Yellow Special Editions were constructed in 2000. White and silver were popular choices.
They came equipped with a Roush racing suspension with Roush Performance drop springs and sway bar, lightweight alloy wheels (2 styles) wrapped with Performance Rated tires, Roush ground effects, a stock 2.5-liter V6 engine, and a five-speed manual transmission. Body enhancements include a 2-piece front fascia, side skirts, fog light covers, polished stainless steel exhaust tip, rear valance, Roush embroidered floor mats, Roush rear hatch emblem, and Roush window banner.
Features include a CD player, air conditioning system, power steering, power locks, power seats, power sunroof, power brakes, power windows, anti-lock brakes, tilt wheel, seat belts, airbags, anti-theft system, leather interior, radial tires, and positraction. Options include a Roush CNC Billet Machined pedals, dual polished stainless steel free-flow exhaust tip, and interior trim kit.
Located within the passenger's side door jamb is a Roush ID tag that displays a specific serial number of the vehicle and Roush insignia.By Daniel Vaughan | Aug 2020