2019 Ford Ranger Raptor Specs

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2019 Ford Ranger Raptor Specs

2019 Ford Ranger Raptor Specs welcome to our web fordtrend.com here we provide various information about the latest ford cars such as: Review, Redesign, Specification, Rumor, Concept, Interior, Exterior, Price, Release Date and Pictures. We hope that the information we provide can help you and make our website become one of your sources in finding the latest car information. Happy  nice day! The Ford Ranger Raptor emerged earlier this year in Bangkok, Thailand in the form of production, and while the truck you see here is only for global markets outside of the United States, it is likely that the United States will have a crack in the rock-Hopping of Ford, the flogging dunes four by four at a later date.

Months before Ford revealed U.S. spec Ranger 2019 in January, we knew that Dearborn had led the Ford Performance division to build a baby Raptor. That’s exactly what Ranger Raptor looks like, minus the F-150 of the amber version marker lights on the satin grey grille. Flared fenders, F-O-R-D in thick capital letters, body coats painted silver, and a step height that threatens to rip seams are the most obvious touches. Under the hood is a new double turbocharged 2.0-liter diesel online-four, which Ford will probably not try to certify back home.

It is more powerful than the exchange Ranger of 3.2 liters turbo-Diesel in line-five, with 211 horsepower and 369 lb-ft of torque. We hope that any American model of the small Raptor is powered by the 2.7 Ford EcoBoost V-6, with outputs similar to the 335 horsepower and 380 lb-ft that the engine makes at the 2019 Edge ST. Like the F-150 Raptor, the most Gamberra Ranger uses a 10-speed automatic transmission, four-wheel drive and six driving modes (including a low setting that relaxes traction control to rip through the desert).

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The F-150 raptor features internal Fox Racing Shox Bypass buffers, and Ranger Raptor follows the game. Ford didn’t determine the wheel path, but the ability to make sweet jumps is a Raptor seal, so he expects it to be generous. The single watt coupling helps control the lateral movement of the moving rear axle while the higher strength steel and the integrated drawbar are cooked in the Ranger frame.

Compared to the Ranger FX4 sold in Australia, which is the most aggressive off-road version of the truck currently available, the total height of Ranger Raptor is 2.0 inches, while the distance to the ground is 1.8 inches larger, for a total healthy of 11.1 inches. While the F-150 Raptor feels as wide as a garbage truck, the Ranger raptor must be easier to maintain between the painted lines. Ford stretched the front and back tracks of this ranger by 5.9 centimeters, although the overall width increases by just 0.7 inches. An approximation angle of 32 degrees and an exit angle of 24 degrees (increases of 3 degrees each on the FX4) will undoubtedly test the tires BFGoodrich 285/70R-17 of 33 inches and the front protective plate. The braking capacity is reinforced by the front and rear brake rotors of 0.4 inches in diameter larger than those of the standard Ranger.

If you mentally change the seat position on the right side of the engine to the other side and sub on a higher RPM tachometer, it is easy to imagine what a U.S. Ranger Raptor interior would look like. The leather and Microchamois upholstery is adorned with white raptor letters and blue seams, and the Raptor-spec steering wheel has a 12-or red-clock hash mark. Five exterior colors (blue ray, race red, shadow black, frozen white, and conquest Grey) will be offered in the aforementioned markets. As for the official confirmation of a version for the United States, we hope you will soon be jumping around the curve.

is here; The long-awaited Ford Ranger Raptor made its debut today in Thailand of all places. While Ford has not officially confirmed that it is coming to the United States, it is hard to imagine that the hardcore pickup will not be available here along with the standard model. However, it’s a lot of trucks at first sight. The question is, how do you accumulate even the medium-sized performance pills already available that you can buy in the U.S.?

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We have already compared the regular Ranger with some of their closest competitors, so let’s go ahead and break the hardcore Raptor version by the numbers to see which truck comes out on top-at least on paper. For the comparison, we will put the Raptor Ranger against the Toyota Tacoma TRD Pro (which will soon be getting a makeover), and the Chevy Colorado ZR2, two of its closest competitors in the Estadiide.

On paper, the Ford Ranger Raptor is the second to last in terms of horsepower, just behind the diesel ZR2. With only 210 horsepower (156 kw) through a 2.0-liter turbodiesel engine, the gas-powered Colorado ZR2 is up to 98 horses in the Raptor Ranger, and the Tacoma is up to 68. That said, the diesel engine in the Raptor Ranger provides a lot of torsion-369 pounds-feet (500 Newton meters) of it. This is equivalent to the Colorado ZR2 array (369 lb-ft), which is far superior to the V6-backed Tacoma TRD Pro Ya (265 lb-ft) and of course ideal for off road.

But the engine doesn’t paint the entire performance image. With a custom Fox suspension and the rear configuration of the coilover Watts Link, Ranger Raptor was made for rough stuff. The 17-inch BF Goodrich All-Terrain tyres match those found in the ZR2, and exceed the 16-inch wheels found in the Tacoma. The brakes are bigger, too. A set of 13 inch rotors are available, front and rear, and better ZR2 by. 8 inches, and the Tacoma by 2.2 inches.

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2019 Ford Ranger Raptor Specs

On high horse, Ranger Raptor has a 11.1-inch ground clearance. This is better than ZR2 (8.9 inches), Tacoma TRD Pro (9.4 inches) and yes, even the new Wrangler Rubicon (10.8 inches). With an approximation angle of 32.5 inches, the Raptor is competitive with the surprisingly superior Tacoma, and better than the ZR2 in general. Of course, when talking about angles off the road, the Wrangler Rubicon is still king (44/27,8/37), but only.

“Ranger Raptor’s outstanding experience, hands down, is how far you can push off the road versus any other production road vehicle available in our markets, and still ride like a millionaire on the road, ” said Damien Ross, Senior Program engineer, Ranger Raptor, Ford Motor Company. The new Ranger Raptor was widely tested in the rugged terrain of the Australian Outback, so you know it’s built for anything.

Both Ranger and hardcore Ranger Raptor will not be available for a few months yet. But piling up the new Ford trucks against your closest competition should give you something to get excited about.