Based on a pdf found on Ford's fleet website (and thanks to Ryan for the reader tip), the 2017 Ford F-150 Raptor Supercab will retail for $49,520, and the Supercrew will start at $52,505. Both prices include destination. In terms of pricing hierarchy, that's more than a King Ranch model, but less than Platinum trim.
The pricing document also shows optional equipment. It appears the Raptor will have two equipment packages. The first, 801A, is $3158. The luxury package, 802A, runs an additional $9,345. Based on the 2016 F-150, these two packages should include some combination of blind-spot warning, LED side mirror spotlights, power front seats, automatic high-beam assist, and a tailgate step.
There are other standalone options listed, like the $1,950 Technology Package. On the 2016 F-150 that brings in a 360-degree camera system, dynamic hitch assist, and lane-keeping assist. Other Ford vehicles use the Technology Package for different equipment, though, so the new Raptor's tech package could be different than the one on the 2016 F-150. Rounding out the list of are standalone options: Pro trailer backup assist, $395; remote start, $195; auto-dimming and heated side mirrors, $365; LED cargo bed lights, $125; power-sliding rear glass, $450.
Stay tuned for more news as the 2017 Ford Raptor nears it's on-sale date.