Ford Ranger Raptor
The anticipation is killing us.
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You used to be able to drive to the highest point in Australia.
We take a look at Ford Australia's latest off-road monster
Life... uh... finds a way.
We'll have to be satisfied with the F-150 for the time being.
A blockbuster tale of buggies, bad guys, and bypass shocks.
It's also sporting left-hand drive.
One of these things is not like the others. And we don't mean that one is a Chevy while the rest are all from Ford. No, what we're looking at here are a bunch of performance cars, with one lone economy car thrown in for good measure.
The Ford Ranger Raptor debuted two months ago, just a short while after the U.S. debut of the 2019 Ford Ranger. As the name implies, the Ranger Raptor takes the formula from the Ford F-150 Raptor and distills it down into a mid-size package. While a U.S. version hasn't been announced, these new spy shots give us hope that the Chevy Colorado ZR2 and Toyota Tacoma TRD Pro will have some flashy new company.
A 2.3-liter EcoBoost seems like a good fit.
It's a good time to be a lover of off-road pickup trucks.
After months of teasers and a bunch of speculation, the new Ford Ranger Raptor was finally revealed in Bangkok, Thailand. The 2019 Ford Ranger Raptor looks just like a small-scale version of the F-150 Raptor. Up front, the Ranger Raptor replaces the blue oval on the grille with “Ford” in big block letters. No word yet on whether or not the Ranger Raptor will come to the U.S. Transcript: Ford Ranger Raptor revealed: The new Ford Ranger Raptor has been revealed in Bangkok, Thailand. Just week
It's unclear if the truck is coming here.
It will be powered by a 2.0-liter diesel.
Because sometimes, good things come in small packages.
This is based on the current global Ranger.