2019 Ford F-150 Raptor

May 25, 2018

Category: Rides

The Ford Raptor is an aggressive pickup, worthy of its “bird of prey” sobriquet. This predatory pickup has its talons firmly sunk in the market for rugged work vehicles, and its name is well known as the most powerful of Ford’s F-Series. Now, Ford has just announced the arrival of the latest series model, and the 2019 Ford Raptor looks sharper than ever.

The 2019 Raptor is bred for the off-road. With class-exclusive FOX 3.0 Internal Bypass shocks with Live Valve technology, the Raptor will clamber over rocky terrain with ease. A new trail control system and cushy sport seats from Recaro stabilize the driver and counter any in-flight turbulence. The 2018 Raptor was powered by a High Output 3.5 L V6 EcoBoost engine, producing 450 HP and 510 lb-ft. of torque, and this year’s model will be a rung above – a 7.0 L DOHC V8 Motor featuring direct injection and paired with a 10-speed transmission generates the wind beneath this raptor’s wings. The big, blocky ford emblem on the grill emblematizes the raw, cutthroat power of this soaring new Raptor from Ford.

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