Today, the good people at Ford finally unveiled the new Ford Bronco Raptor…. a new Ford Bronco with a high-performance Raptor package face lift.
We’re talking a combination of size, class, off-roading abilities, and everything in between.
According to Car And Driver, the Bronco Raptor is a whopping 9.8 inches wider than the basic Bronco, with stock 37-inch tires, and a 4.0 HOSS (High-performance Off-Road Stability Suspension), as well as Fox Live Valve Dampers, stronger axels, upgraded transfer case, skid plates, more clearance, and even more.
Not to mention, the vehicle is four-door with a twin-turbo 3.0 liter V-6 engine…
I know I know, we all love a V-8, but this bad boy’s engine can crank up to 400 horsepower.
According to CNBC, Ford CEO Jim Farley is stoked about the release:
“We poured all of our passion and all of our Bronco and Raptor know-how into creating this absolute desert-racing beast.”
Now you’ll have to pay a pretty penny for it, as its starting price kicks off at $69,995, $20,000 more than the standard Bronco Wildtrak four-door model, and $2k more than the F-150 Raptor pickup.
Ford says that they’re planning to release the Bronco Raptor this upcoming summer. Customers who have already placed orders will have the option to upgrade.