Ken Block’s Ford F-150 RaptorTrax Snowmobile

Dec 4, 2019

Category: Rides

When you see Ken Block’s name attached to any kind of vehicle, you can expect something completely awesome, and his Ford F-150 RaptorTrax Snowmobile does not disappoint.

Starting life as an already awesome Ford F150 SVT Raptor, the famed rally car driver added a set of Mattracks to the mix, and one of the baddest snowmobiles on the planet was born. Of course you already know the man known for the Gymkhana videos wasn’t going to leave the rest of the truck untouched either. The vehicle has been outfitted with a Whipple supercharger for increased power output, in bed snowboard rack, roof basket, Recaro racing seats, and a full roll cage in the event of an accident. You better believe that Block will be releasing some type of video to go along with the truck’s unveiling in the coming months.

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