The Ford F-150 Raptor owns the road—and pretty much anywhere else you drive it—thanks to its big all-terrain tires, lane-filling stance, and widened F-150 body. The Raptor’s long-travel suspension gives it both awesome off-road capability and impressive ride comfort. Its 450-hp twin-turbo V-6 and 10-speed automatic transmission can shoot it to 60 mph in as little as 5.1 seconds. While its massive dimensions make it a bear to manoeuvre in tight quarters, it also can roll over pesky parking curbs with ease. Compared with conventional full-size pickups, the Raptor is on a whole other level—mixing serious capability and pure, dumb fun like no other.
With Ford stuffing twin-turbo V-6 engines into everything from F-150s to its GT supercar, it’s no surprise that the company chose to power its high-performance desert truck with one and the truck’s 450-hp twin-turbo V-6 is bonkers mand is mated with a paddle-shifted 10-speed automatic transmission. Ford’s pickup is pretty much a street-legal Trophy Truck. It’s astonishing suspension allows composed cruising on the road as well as amazing control when you’re barrelling across the Mojave Desert or soaring over state-park sand dunes.
The Raptor’s comfy, laid-back interior is at odds with its macho visage. It’s available heated and cooled front seats, leather seating surfaces and unique colour choices can add a touch of luxury. The Raptor’s 5.5-foot cargo bed is as useful as those of its short-bed rivals, and its interior cubby storage is the best among rivals.
The Raptor offer a wide choice of optional equipment including Panoramic Glass Roof w/Power Sliding Panel, 360 degree parking camera and much more.