If you want the new trucktracular twin-turbo V6 2017 Ford Raptor—and really, who doesn’t?—here’s how much it’s apparently going to reduce your bank account.
The Ford Raptor is unequivocally the baddest factory off-road pickup truck in America. At the end of this year the new one comes out, in Ford’s aluminum F-150 bodystyle with an aggressively-tuned 3.5 EcoBoost engine. Here it is being driven exactly the way you’d want to.
Morning commute– race week. Come join us in Baja via livestream until Wednesday! At least, until a gentle breeze knocks down our satellite dish.
Fans of the second-generation Ford Raptor’s fancy new aluminum body and turbocharged 3.5 V6 Ford EcoBoost engine can forever mark the 2016 Mint 400 as the truck’s first real off-road racing “victory.” It ran in a one-truck class, but that’s only because nobody else just did what Ford did.
Ford has just announced that by the 2017 model year, all EcoBoost-powered F-150 pickup trucks will automatically shut off when possible to save fuel.
For $999, Ford will now sell you a factory-spec rear seat for your Shelby GT350R Mustang. Looks great! But there’s another vehicle it’d fit on even better.
If you intend to turn your kids into Ford fanatics long before they could drive cars, Lego’s latest sets are not bad for birthday present ideas.
The 2017 Ford Raptor’s incredible new color is called Avalanche Grey and yes, you’ll be able to get the four-door with a panoramic sunroof. [Image: Ford]
When you were a kid, did you walk around puddles or pounce in ‘em? How about today? [Image: BF Goodrich]
Six men are driving 1,500 horses across a Mexican wasteland. On a tight schedule to make town, they’ll cut though plenty of danger, dust and drinking before the week’s out. It’s not a John Wayne movie, it’s a Baja prerun—the drive ahead of a huge off-road race. If you think the west isn’t wild anymore, this will…
Watching this B-roll of the 2017 Ford Raptor doodling around Michigan’s Silver Lake sand dunes we realized; this must be what every car commercial looks like before it’s tuned up with sweet jumps and sound effects.
We know the 2017 Ford Raptor will have a 3.5 twin turbo V6, ten-speed automatic transmission, and of course the new F-150’s aluminum body. No real claims have been made on the truck’s power or weight, but Forza 6 has numbers. Think they mean anything?
Ford maintains a 66 mile course of sand and slag to test their trucks off-road, and after whipping the 2017 Ford Raptor through it they say the new aluminum-bodied 3.5 liter turbo truck made a 25 percent improvement on lap times over the old 6.2 V8.
If you’re like me, you wake up every day hoping you’re gonna get to whip donuts in a pickup truck around somebody holding a camera. Here’s to the guy in this red Ford Raptor who got to realize that fantasy the other day.
Renown tuner Lingenfelter Performance Engineering and Southern Comfort Automotive birthed their idea for a “GM version of the Ford Raptor” as the Chevy Reaper some months ago. Cool concept, egregiously ugly. Now they’ve rectified that with a stately GMC version.
The 2011 to 2014 Ford Raptor is highly off-road capable with 411 horsepower. The Shelby Baja 700 adds a 2.9 liter supercharger, big ol' exhaust, jump-worthy suspension, and takes the output up to (you guessed it) 700 horsepower.
You don't need an off-road trailer to get to some incredible camping spots. Check out how good this Airstream Basecamp looks with a color-matched Ford Raptor posting up on the Oregon Coast!
Versatility is pretty important in today's modern automobile. For example - you want to head down to the mall to replace a pair of shoes that just started talking, but sitting in traffic sucks. Now you can buy an insanely affordable off-road Ford Raptor and drive it through the woods. If time is money, this is the…