Will there be a V8 option for 2018 Ford Raptor? What are all the details about the F-150 Diesel? We want to know all this and more. The following information is based on the 2018 Ford F-150 and Raptor Order published by Town and Country TV.
When we talk about the exterior of the vehicle, the changes are drastic compared to the outgoing model. The automaker will bring the exterior design of Raptor to a completely new level. This year model, they move to a new design that integrates an aluminum body and a high strength steel frame. Apparently, the next generation of the Raptor will be about 500 pounds lighter than the vehicle it replaces. The 2018 Ford Raptor will be based on the same design as its predecessor, but it will be expanded to 6 inches. Thanks to its extended body, the vehicle will be more stable on rough terrain. Other important changes include bumpers that provide exceptional approach and departure angles. The newly designed projectors feature LED technology. On the other hand, the rear end gets a double exhaust to create a more balanced look. The vehicle sits on 17-inch wheels.
2018 Ford Raptor Engine
The first Raptor released in 2009 had more powerful engines than the regular F150. The latest model had a new engine in the range. It was a 3.5-liter, double-turbocharged EcoBoost. It was coupled with a 10-speed automatic transmission and had several additional features to improve its off-road performance, such as stroke shock absorbers, torque-on-demand transmission, off-road tires, and more. The automatic speed to 10 vit As well as the V6, but it will still have an engine in the range. A 5.0 liter EcoBoost V8 is an excellent choice for anyone who wants more power. At the moment, there are no details available on torque and power, but Ford does not let us down. There’s even speculation about the twin-turbo V8. However, Ford has neither confirmed nor denied these allegations. In our opinion, this will not happen this year, but it is possible that the next model will get such an engine.
Town and Country TV lists a 2018 Ford Raptor Crew Cab at the starting price of $ 52,770. This is $ 520 more than the 2017 truck. The 802A package contains $ 9,770, and a fully loaded Raptor 2018 with destination fee has a $ 72,855 M.S.R.P.