The Ford Bronco Raptor is now the most powerful street-legal Bronco yet, and the world’s first Ultra Racing-inspired SUV. Priced from $69,995 USD, the Bronco Raptor is powered by a twin-turbocharged 3.0-liter V6 EcoBoost engine, mated to a 10-speed automatic transmission that sends power to all four wheels. To ensure that it can go anywhere, the vehicle comes equipped with competition-level, Ford Performance-developed axles, also found on the Bronco DR race truck. Read more for two videos, including an in-depth walkthrough.
Its solid rear axle has also been upgraded to a semi-float Dana 50 Heavy-Duty AdvanTEK with 235-millimeter ring gear, while the Dana 44 AdvanTEK front-drive unit includes upgraded half-shafts with 210-millimeter ring gear. These upgraded axles increase the track width by 8.6 inches over a base Bronco for even more stability on rugged terrain. Ford’s advanced 4×4 system with three modes includes a higher-capacity clutch designed to withstand the demands of high-performance desert events. What really sets it apart from the base Bronco is the G.O.A.T. Modes (Goes Over Any Type of Terrain) Terrain Management System, which includes a uniquely tuned Baja Mode that activates a turbo anti-lag calibration to maximize performance over high-speed desert runs. Ford will start taking orders in March 2022, but most of this year’s allocations are going to existing reservation holders.
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We had to build the Bronco Raptor – it’s our ultimate vehicle for hardcore off-road enthusiasts who demand something more. Like the Ultra4 desert race trucks, the ‘Raptor of SUVs’ conquers desert dunes at highway speeds and is equipped with competition-level off-road technology and hardware,” said Carl Widmann, Ford Performance chief engineer.