Have you gone out and bought a new Ford SVT Raptor yet? No? Well, then you must be one of the only ones. Ford says that their latest über-truck is annihilating sales records so hard they've had to ramp up production like never before.
Why did Top Gear USA host and hooning legend Tanner Foust bring a Ford SVT Raptor to the Nürburgring? Because he could, that's why, which is the best reason to do something like this.
Wait, you said your Ford F-150 SVT Raptor pickup is too slow and not thirsty enough? There's a remedy for that, and its name is John Hennessey. Texas is where you'll find him, up to his elbows in supercharger.
A few of you noticed there was a special vehicle in the background of the insane Honda CR-V Nürburgring crash from this weekend. Specifically, a bright blue Ford SVT Raptor with none other than Tanner Foust in the driver's seat.
FoMoCo gave the new 2012 Ford F-150 SVT Raptor a 4.10 Torsen front axle and a new front camera. Now, they've also given us this video of the newly upgraded off-roader playing in the mud and putting all 411 of its horses to work. Enjoy.
Ford's 2012 model updates for the every-terrain F-150 SVT Raptor bless it with a few nifty new tricks, like a front grille-mounted camera. But it also decided kill the best Raptor color, Molten Orange. Why can't we have nice things?
Why would you take the Ford Raptor, the ultimate off-road desert-slaying dream machine, and turn it into a six-door limousine? Because United Arab Emirates.
When a group of 14 Ford Raptor owners took to the desert for an off-road run in the spirit of what has become the quintessential hot-rod pickup, ten came back with bent frames. Is the Raptor too weak to play in the desert?
VelociRaptor 500 is the perfect name for a Hennessey-built, supercharged, 500-HP Ford F-150 SVT Raptor. It's fast, it's scary, and it appeals to the reptilian side of your brain. Stalk! Hunt! Kill!
Headed to Montauk with the 2010 Ford F-150 SVT Raptor there was one thing I had to get: a picture of all four wheels off the ground. I got it, but it turns out that's not the Raptor's point.