2021 Ford F-150 Raptor Gets A Green Signal
Ford's manager of truck communications, Dawn McKenzie has confirmed it.
Ford’s manager of truck communications, Dawn McKenzie has confirmed the development of 2021 Ford F-150 Raptor. He said, “There will be an all-new 2021 F-150 Raptor. We’ll have more details to share about Raptor at a later date,” McKenzie told Motor1.com.
A leaked VIN decoder earlier confirmed the same; however, Muscle Car & Trucks didn’t approve it. Reportedly, the 2021 Ford F-150 will be accessible only in a four-door SuperCrew layout, meaning no SuperCab for enthusiasts.
The renderings by Motor 1 depict the new Raptor sporting the modified front-end with LED running lights nearby the corners of the headlights, noticeable skid plates, fender flares, modified hood, and distinctive wheels.
Although the new Raptor will benefit from the F-150’s advanced interior equipment, we are not sure what will power the performance pickup truck. Our good guess is an EcoBoost mill but let’s not jump to any conclusion yet. Ford may have a surprise up its sleeve for the 2021 Raptor.
Source and Images: Motor1