- This morning, Ford released the official announcement video of the Bronco Raptor
- The 400HP performance SUV is primed to become the best off-roader on the market
- After the announcement, Ford Bronco fans took to Twitter to share their excitement
Scientific advancement in the automotive world is a beautiful sight to see. This morning, an official announcement video of the Ford Bronco Raptor was released.
Bronco Raptor Announcement Reactions
It’s no hidden fact we as consumers want performance and customization in our daily drivers. We’ve learned in the past decade that cars can be supremely functional and fun to drive. So when the world learned Ford is combining its iconic Bronco with the power and pizazz of Ford Performance, fans were stoked.
2022 Ford Bronco Raptor Debuts as Most Powerful Street-Legal Bronco Ever !! pic.twitter.com/k8hZTiTI7M
— BrianCaiazza.eth (@briancaiazza) January 24, 2022
That new Bronco Raptor is looking pretty damn niiiiice.
— Anthony (@BigJigglyPanda) January 24, 2022
Ford Bronco Raptor Specs
Under the hood of the Bronco Raptor has a twin-turbo 3.0-liter V-6—which is similar to the type of engine as the Ford Explorer ST. The fact that the Bronco Raptor isn’t a V-8 shouldn’t deter you, it’s engine is built to crank around 400HP.
In terms of size, the Bronco Raptor is about as wide as the F-150 Raptor. The standard tires for the Bronco Raptor are 37″ BFGoodrich KO2 all-terrain tires. The suspension is a Raptor HOSS 4.0 racing suspension.
This is all to say the Bronco Raptor will likely become the best off-roading vehicle in the market.
What’s cool is Bronco’s design chief, Paul Wraith, had this to say about the SUV,
“As the most badass Bronco yet, the Bronco Raptor design is extreme. It’s muscular, while maintaining an underlying simplicity with performance-focused details added only for outstanding high-speed capability.”
Ford Bronco Raptor Price and Release Date
The Ford Bronco Raptor is set to be available for order in March. Pricing will start at $69,995, so right under $70k for this beast.
— Mike Levine (@mrlevine) January 24, 2022
We can’t wait to see Bronco Raptor in action—three cheers for science!