Ford Ranger Raptor X Charged Pickup Officially Unveiled

Ford Ranger Raptor X Charged Pickup Officially Unveiled

May 3, 2021 0 By autotimesnews

Ford Australia has unveiled the Ford Ranger Raptor, an upgraded version of its high-performance truck. The novelty boasts a sportier looking exterior and interior.

The Ford Ranger Raptor, as much as the Americans want it, is not on sale at home in the United States. The younger brother of the full-size F-150 in the “charged” version of the Raptor, has become a staple of the Blue Oval in other parts of the world besides North America, and now Ford Australia has officially unveiled a kind of diesel truck upgrade called the Raptor X.

The main feature of the new Ranger Raptor X is the redesigned exterior, which is what Ford Australia said in an official press release. To give the mid-size pickup an updated exterior design, it will receive a set of blacked-out 17-inch alloy wheels “shod” in 33-inch BG Goodrich All-Terrain off-road tires. Red stitching has been added throughout the interior to highlight the truck’s sporty character.

In addition, the Ranger Raptor X features red front tow hooks that match the truck’s decal set.

The racing stripes are similar to the color theme used in the 2021 Ranger Tremor. This version of the pickup was introduced last year for the US market.

The Ranger Tremor is essentially the same version of the high-performance Ranger Raptor, only for the US market. Taking advantage of the off-road “package”, Tremor can also offer its customers many of the features from the Ranger Raptor’s arsenal. On the other hand, if you’re looking for the hefty 500Nm of torque offered by the Ranger Raptor, then the Ranger Tremor is a bit weaker in that regard.

According to Ford Australia, the 2021 Ranger Raptor X is due to arrive at the automaker’s dealerships in July 2021.

Not so long ago, AutoTimesNews wrote that a compact pickup truck Ford Maverick Raptor 2022 model year was presented on the Web. The car shown in the renders was created by independent designers. So the likelihood that this model will not stand on the conveyor is negligible.