Check out this slammed wide-body Ford Raptor by Pandem. TRA Kyoto is the parent company for Japanese body-kit manufacturers Pandem and Rocket Bunny. Typically, you would expect to see these kind of body kits on Japanese sportscars like the Toyota 86 or a Subaru WRX. However, for this year's Tokyo Auto
Big news from Motoring reports that the next generation 2018 Ford Ranger Raptor will make its world debut on February 7, 2018 in Bangkok, Thailand. The new midsize off-roader is reported to use a turbo-diesel 2.0L four-cylinder engine for world markets, but it's not yet clear if or when the
0-60 MPH times are often somewhat underwhelming here in the mountains (at about one mile above sea level). The lack of oxygen means that engines produce less power, and vehicles are noticeably slower. There is also really no such thing as a definitive 0-60 MPH time. The results depends on
Recently, we pitted our long-term 2014 SVT Raptor up against Brady's new Ford Raptor in a side-by-side race and a 0-60 mph comparison. Brady's Raptor has a few performance modifications, so it should be one quick truck.
Our Raptor may be a Special Vehicle Team (SVT) truck with a 6.2-liter V8 pushing out 411
Ford officially announced their intention to build and sell a Raptor version of the Ford Ranger for the Australian market. The folks at Ranger5G.com forums created several rendering of what this new off-road truck may look like. The images seen here are not official.
We hear that Ford is spending a