Ford’s F-150 Raptor still remains the epitome of off-road performance thanks to its rugged and design and off-road worthiness straight off of the assembly line. The Raptor model is neither dead nor dying, as Ford recently announced the 2017 edition of the F-150 Raptor. Details are scant as to what will power the new Raptor, but given that it will sport Ford’s new twin-turbo Ecoboost V6 engine, a 500 pounds lighter aluminum body, and a hefty 10-speed automatic transmission, its safe to say that it will surpass the previous model’s 411 horsepower.
The 2017 F-150 Raptor will also be outfitted with beefier FOX Racing shocks, a new transfer case, a Torsen front differential, and a computer-controlled smart terrain system with riding modes specificlly for the road, mud, sand, and snow. Learn more at Ford.