Ford Bronco Raptor in light camouflage

Ford Bronco Raptor in light camouflage


The Ford Bronco Raptor is being tested in Dearborn, Michigan, and this prototype is wearing a fairly light camouflage. In some places, dark green body panels are even exposed (on the A-pillars and in the front).

The most prominent are the huge fenders that protrude a few centimeters. The SUV runs on BF Goodrich All-Terrain T / A tires, but their size is difficult to determine from the pictures. There are also air vents in the front, a greatly increased ground clearance, a radiator grill with the Ford logo (a chip of all Raptors). The headlights have the same design as the standard model.

The production version of the Bronco is rumored to have a twin-turbo V6 petrol engine. The powertrain can be borrowed from the Explorer ST, where it produces 400 hp, or taken from the F-150 Raptor (450 hp).

Not so long ago it turned out that the SUV will have the Everglades package, and recently its first photos were published. This version will receive a snorkel to overcome water obstacles, wider wheel arches, off-road tires, other bumpers and a Warn Industries winch in front. There are also rumors about another set – Sasquatch. These include Bilstein shocks, Dana locking differentials, Goodyear 35-inch mud tires and 17-inch anti-splash wheels.

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