This rendering is by X-Tomi Design on its own and not affiliated with Ford.
Ford Ranger’s latest model is an improvement. It will soon be the birthplace of a brand new Raptor version.
While details about the new Ranger Raptor haven’t been announced yet, we expect it to follow largely the same recipe as the outgoing model. This means that we’ll see a variety of mechanical and visual modifications to the new Ranger Raptor model.
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Imagine the Ranger Raptor as it could appear. X-Tomi DesignA detailed rendering has been created of the pickup truck. It has undergone several modifications, such as a black grille featuring Ford letters, red tow hooks and small LEDs at the top of the grille. A new hood features a prominent power bulge.
The Ranger Raptor is also available with flared rear and front wheel arches. It sits on black wheels and is shod with mud-terrain rubber tires.
The details of the powertrain for this new model are not yet confirmed. The most likely engine set to power the pickup is either Ford’s 2.7-liter EcoBoost from the Bronco or the 3.0-liter twin-turbocharged V6 petrol mill from the Ford Explorer ST. Ford would choose the former, which would provide the pickup with 400 horsepower and 415lb-ft (562Nm), which is a lot of power for a pickup this small. It’s not much less than Ford’s 450 HP and 510lb-ft (61 Nm) respectively.
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