2017 Ford Raptor

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2017 ford raptor Release date, Price, Photos, Specs & Reviews

Ford unveiled the all-new 2017 Ford F-150 Raptor at the 2015 Detroit Auto Show and declared the pickup is placed on sale in the fall of 2016. It’s the Ford automaker‘s superior off-road truck, recently completed over 1,000 miles of backbreaking durability testing in the U.S. southwestern desert ahead of a Ford dealership. Ford issued photos of the F-150 Raptor burnishing its off-road credentials during a series of desert challenges that enclosed steep climbs in deep sand and tabletop jumps.

Ford’s first F-150 Raptor hit sort of a meteoroid once it created its debut for 2010 sudden, spectacular, and stunning. It was the first true high-performance off-road pickup with a industrial plant warranted. The 2017 Ford F-150 Raptor is the second-generation version of the off-road-ready pickup. It options an all-new frame, aluminum body panels and a Raptor-exclusive V6 engine that may deliver higher output than this 6.2-liter V8. A lot of suspension travel and a terrain management system are different notable new options.

2017 Ford Raptor Specifications

Specifications

·         Vehicle type             front-engine, rear/4-wheel-drive, 5-passenger, 4-door pickup

·         Base value (EST)    $50,000–$53,000

·         Engine type              twin-turbocharged and intercooled DOHC 24-valve V-6, atomic number 13 block and heads, direct fuel injection system

·         Displacement           213 cubage unit (3496 cc)

·         Power (C/D EST)    450 H.P.

·         Torque (C/D EST)   450 lb-ft

·         Transmission            10-speed automatic with manual shifting mode

Dimensions

·         Wheelbase                  133.0–145.0 inches

·         Length                         220.0–231.5* inches

·         Width                          86.3 inches

·         Height                         78.5 inches

·         Curb Weight               5600–5800 pound

Performance (C/D EST)

·         0–60 MPH                   6.1–6.3 sec

·         Standing                       1/4-MILE fourteen.0–14.2 sec

·         Top Speed                    100 mph

Projected Fuel Economy (C/D EST)

·         EPA City/HWY           15/21 mpg

2017 Ford Raptor Photos

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2017 Ford Raptor Engine and Performance

There are many updates below the Raptor’s new bodywork. First and foremost is that the second-generation 3.5-liter EcoBoost V-6. The twin-turbo mill is alleged to bring out a lot of power than the outgoing 6.2-liter V-8. Rated at 411 HP and 434 pound-feet of torque, the V-8 offered many power, however fell short on potency. Ford says the EcoBoost can fix that.

Though the number is unconfirmed, Ford’s Global Product Development Vice President Raj Nair accidentally spilled the beans on the Raptor’s HP output. During a TV interview with Fox Sports relating to the 2015 24 Hours of Daytona race, Nair said the 3.5-liter EcoBoost will produce 450 horses in the Raptor. This falls in line with Ford’s original statement seen above saying the engine would produce more than the 411-horsepower, 6.2-liter V-8. There is still no word on torque ratings.

Drivetrain Specifications

Type 3.5-liter EcoBoost® engine
Output 450 HP (est)
Torque 434+ LB-FT

You can read more about the growing Ford Performance lineup of vehicles by clicking here.

2017 Ford Raptor Features

A driver-adjustable terrain management system is new for this Raptor. It offers six different modes (Normal, Street, Weather, Mud and Sand, Baja and Rock Crawling) that alter the truck’s engine, transmission, traction control and brake systems to affect variable conditions.

Ford said this Raptor has the toughest frame in the F-150 lineup because of the use of more high-strength steel than the previous Raptor. Though specific details on the output of the twin-turbo V6 weren’t declared, Ford says it’ll beat the current 6.2-liter V8 and it will remain exclusive to the Raptor.

Other changes embody larger remote reservoirs for the Fox shocks, further suspension travel and a real dual-exhaust system. Consistent with Ford, the Raptor’s new transfer case is intended to figure as each a protection unit for creep and a full-time unit for different off-road applications.

2017 Ford Raptor Interior

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Checking the Raptor box on the F-150 order form will quite a bit to the interior. Added are unique seats with leather and suede inserts, an upgraded overhead console with six up-fitter switches and controls for the moonroof, a suede and leather-wrapped steering wheel with massive, F1-style paddle sifters, and carbon fiber accents dressing up key areas around the cabin. Just like the standard F-150, the large digital display makes its home in the driver’s gauge cluster and shows countless pages of information like off-road info to engine and mechanical stats.

2017 Ford Raptor Exterior

The Raptor’s exterior look is next-level stuff. It all starts with identical style language that’s found on the 2015 F-150. The truck is then widened a complete of six inches to extend stability. The bumpers front and rear are raised to proven unmatched approach and departure angles. The headlights feature LED bulbs that reach our farther than halogen bulbs, serving to illuminate even the darkest desert trail.

The new 17-inch wheels are wrapped in BFGoodrich’s latest iteration of its picture All-Terrain TA tire, the K02. The tires are designed to extend the truck’s ability to trace loose sand, self-clean, and prevent chunking on rocky surfaces. The familiar side running boards come as do the massive fender flares and side graphics all with their updated appearances.

2017 Ford Raptor Price

Because Ford’s presently validated the 2015 F-150 lineups will definitely be SVT Raptor– cost-free. Rates will approach from today’s value-laden $45,900 starting amount; doing this might enable Ford to incrementally mitigate possible profit falls from commercialism regular-grade aluminum F-150s at competitive costs.

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