2020 Ford Pickup 700-HP Super Raptor Swan Track Review, Specs, & Engine – The existing Ford Raptor is more or less unparalleled when it comes to high-performance off-road pickups. That’s about to change, with the danger of the Hellcat-powered Ram Rebel TRX looming on the not-also-faraway horizon.
2020 Ford Pickup 700-HP Super Raptor Swan Track Review
Although the current Raptor is the finest one nevertheless, there are still a lot of followers who’d be glad to trade the 3.5 liters EcoBoost V6 to have a V8 again, like the earliest Raptors. Based to Car And Driver, resources inside of Ford have hinted that a special-edition Raptor may show up at some time in the next year or two as a sendoff of the current-gen truck. The recent F-150 is set as well get replaced all around that time, and by using it, the Raptor. As a kind of the last hurrah for the recent body style, this special Raptor could be powered by the same supercharged 5.2 liter V8 found in the Mustang Shelby GT500.
In that app, it’s excellent for 700 horsepower, near adequate to the Hellcat-powered Ram Rebel TRX’s 707 horsepower to not make a lot of a difference. We may be quite, quite surprised if Ford decided to detune the engine for Raptor use, as it appears fairly apparent to us this so-referred to as Super Raptor is developed to deliver the Mopar guys home because of their tail tucked completely in between their legs.
Release Date & Price
Car & Driver is expecting this new Raptor variant to cost somewhere in the area of $70,000, again verifying their motives to contend with the Ram Rebel TRX. The two trucks will most likely be quite limited production, with the Ford coming in past due 2020 at the earliest, that means it will last a scant two model years at the most. Detroit’s horsepower wars have finally identified their way off-road, and, getting the horsepower junkies that we are, we couldn’t be more joyful. Here’s hoping that Chevrolet has something up their sleeve.