The first-ever Ranger Raptor, Ford’s new off-road, performance pick-up truck, blasted out from behind its camouflage during a reveal event in Thailand last month.
A definitive Ranger is intentionally composed, manufactured and tried to set a benchmark as the only factory-built performance truck. Designed by Ford Performance group for the genuine lover rough terrain driver, Ford Ranger Raptor reinforces Ford’s sense of duty regarding conveying “Built Ford Tough” pickup trucks to their clients.
At the front, a staggering new grille takes styling signs from the world’s first production line assembled elite rough terrain truck, the F-150 Raptor. The notorious square FORD lettering gladly situated inside the grille configuration is unmistakable while rising up out of a clean cloud.
At the rear, a modified rear bumper comes with an integrated tow bar and two recovery hooks rated at 3.8 tonnes. Updated styling to the rear includes flush sensor bezels and specially packaged and styled tow connectors.
The Engine Inside The Beast
The twin-turbocharged 2.0-liter four-barrel diesel makes 157kW and 500Nm, an unobtrusive increment of 10kW and 30Nm over the 3.2-liter five-chamber turbodiesel offered in bringing down spec models. A 10-speed programmed transmission conveys energy to every one of the four wheels.
High Level of Interior Design
Inside, Ranger Raptor offers a custom fitted Ford Performance DNA inside outline with the highest state of craftsmanship, cozy hues and strong materials appropriate for both rough terrain driving and ordinary utilization.
The seats are exceptionally intended for rough terrain fast execution bolster, enabling the driver to participate in excited dealing, while additionally giving prevalent on-street comfort. The utilization of specialized softened leather on the seats for extra tenant demonstrates the common sense behind the material decision.
Ford Performance DNA
The Ford Ranger Raptor is currently available for sale before its entry in showrooms in the not so distant future. While The North American Ford Ranger Raptor could make their big appearance at some point not long from now before going marked down as a 2019 model year vehicle.