Thanks: Global Motorsports Website: 🤍🤍globalmotorsportsinc.com/ 🤍🤍instagram.com/globalmotorsportsnashville/ 2023 Ford F-150 Raptor Starting at $78.385 Highs Gnarly performance, unbeatable off-road capability, why can’t every pickup ride this smoothly? Lows Lousy V-6 exhaust note, expensive gas bill, there’s a limit to how big a truck can be- and this is it. Verdict The F-150 Raptor is one seriously intense truck, but it’s surprisingly amenable to everyday use as long as you don’t expect it to fit into normal-size parking spots. Overview The Ford F-150 Raptor is a SCORE off-road trophy truck living in an asphalt world. It wears extra-wide fenders, long-travel suspension, big tires, and the high-performance demeanor of a Baja-bashing race truck. Most Raptors are powered by a twin-turbo 450-hp V-6 bolted to a 10-speed automatic transmission and will remain so in 2023. However, an even wilder, more powerful Raptor R is coming for 2023 using a version 700-hp version of the Mustang Shelby GT500’s supercharged 5.2-liter V-8, which will finally give the 702-hp Ram TRX something intimidating to snort at. While the R comes standard with 37-inch BFGoodrich K02 tires, standard rubber for twin-turbo V-6 models measures at 35 inches, but 37s are optional. Despite the Raptor’s enormity, it has one of the smoothest rides we’ve experienced in a full-size pickup. That long-travel suspension, which is specifically designed to absorb the bumps, dips, and jumps of high-speed off-roading, is wonderfully soft and forgiving over everyday potholes and lumpy pavement. Rocks and dunes aside, fitting this size-XXL F-150 down a narrow road or into a parking spot might well be the Raptor’s biggest obstacle. What's New for 2023? Ford adds the mega-horsepower F-150 Raptor R for 2023. The Raptor R uses a 700-hp supercharged 5.2-liter V-8 Predator engine from the Mustang GT500. Underneath, a 9.75-inch rear axle with an electronically controlled locking rear differential with a 4:10:1 ratio will come standard. While 37-inch tires are standard equipment, Ford also gives the R stiffer front springs and specially tuned dampers to handle the extra weight. Raptor R's come standard with carbon-fiber accents throughout the cabin and an upholstery mixed with black leather and microsuede with Recaro front seats. Pricing and Which One to Buy F-150 Raptor: $78,385 F-150 Raptor R: $109,145 The F-150 Raptor is only offered with a crew-cab body style called SuperCrew. While there are a variety of individual options and packages, we'd recommend the comprehensive 801A High package that is made up of several other packages and includes features such as a 4.10 front-axle ratio, an 18-speaker B&O sound system, an interior work surface, a heated steering wheel, high-tech trailering assists, upgraded headlights, wireless charging, and more. The only other option we'd suggest is the Power Tech pack that, most notably, includes a 2-kW ProPower onboard generator. Engine, Transmission, and Performance Beneath the F-150 Raptor's new hood, which now features a prominent heat extractor, is the familiar high-output version of Ford's 450-hp twin-turbo 3.5-liter EcoBoost V-6. It breathes through a new 3.0-inch exhaust system that reportedly enhances the truck's V-6 soundtrack. The engine still pairs with a paddle-shifted 10-speed automatic transmission that feeds all four wheels through a standard all-wheel-drive system. If that's not enough for you, just wait. The Raptor R is an even bigger predator. It uses a 700-hp version of the supercharged 5.2-liter V-8 from the Shelby GT500, but with 640 pound-feet of torque. Every Raptor rides on a sophisticated suspension that includes larger internal-bypass dampers and a five-link rear coil-spring setup. The version we tested showcased the truck's incredible traction and ride quality on even the most treacherous terrain. Along with other chassis enhancements, a selection of 17-inch rims, and a standard set of 35-inch tires, the Raptor is also available with a set of 37-inch BFGoodrich all-terrain tires for better approach, departure, and breakover angles as well as ground clearance that increases from 12.0 to 13.1 inches. The Raptor R comes standard with 37-inch BFGoodrich All-Terrain T/A K02 tires. Read More 🤍🤍caranddriver.com/ford/f-150-raptor 📌 Instagram ▶ 🤍🤍instagram.com/MEDCARS.TV 📌 Tiktok ▶ 🤍🤍tiktok.com/🤍cartvpress
Давно слежу за тобой!) видосы стали лучше, ты красавчик) не останавлийся токо!)
Quando vai vir para o Brasil ? Quero comprar uma meu sonho de consumo
Dichosos aquellos que pueden tener esa camioneta, es un sueño. Ojalá a todos se nos cumpla algún día .
A tí que estás leyendo esto tómalo como que Dios esperó a que llegaras aquí para decirte que el te ama, aún después de desobedecerle de tantas formas posibles y que aún espera por tí.
Dios te bendiga a tí y a los tuyos
Dios mio ayúdame a acomodar a mis padres para que nada les falte y que pueda regalarle este vehículo a mi padre
A question: The six auxillery switches above the rear view mirror, what might 6-8 things one could use those for be, anyone know examples? And how would they be used, and can they be used while driving or maybe just parked? Thanks.
Coming into some money soon. Finally gonna trade in my coyote f150 for a raptor
La mejor pick up que visto hasta ahora
Is this on stock ride height?
THE EXTERIOR IT SEEMS , WAS DESIGNED BY MICHAEL ANGELO !!!!!
THAT FOLKS , IS A PIECE OF ART - - IT SAYS TO YOU , " LOVE ME ?????? "
Bless us with one 🙏
how much is this?
I drove our 2011 raptor like a menace ever since I got it. It currently has 160K and I’m still ripping and running in it. I literally drove off the lot like I stole it and have been thrashing it hard since day 1 and it’s held up completely. This beast looks amazing and has me thinking about trading it in but It’s hard for me to let go hahahaha. Black on black is perfect mine is that orangish color but it’s dope.