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2013 Ford F-150 SVT Raptor by Roush and Greg Biffle


Roush Performance, in cooperation with Greg Biffle, have developed a very cool Ford F-150 SVT Raptor, specially designed for the Sherwin-Williams Planet Color All-Star Charity Challenge. This Ford F-150 SVT Raptor will be put up against Toyota driver Clint Bowyer and his ’50s-style work truck based on the Tundra . The winner of the Charity Challenge will be determined once the F-150 custom truck heads to the Barrett-Jackson auction in Las Vegas in September. Bowyer’s Tundra was already auctioned for an impressive $100,000.

The F-150 Raptor will receive a TVS2300 supercharger that increases the output from the pick-up truck’s 6.2-liter V8 engine to an impressive 525 HP. Next to the supercharger, the tuner has also added a performance exhaust system, custom 18" wheels wrapped in 35-inch BFGoodrich tires, a TireGate tire carrier, and light bars at the front and rear.

The F-150 Raptor is painted in a cool red finish combined with some racing graphics that give the car a true racing look.

Hit the jump for a video of the Ford F-150 SVT Raptor by Roush and Greg Biffle.

Source: Autoblog


6 comments:

This kind of vehicle really fits for those who love extreme rough road adventure. Don’t worry because the interior will keep you safe and sound.

Like stated on the article, the Charity Challenge will only be determined once the F-150 custom truck heads to auction in Las Vegas on September.

I guess it’s a show time for the Raptor. Rough and tougher roads will be a chick on this Raptor.

It’s name states that this monster truck really got what it takes to hit the market at a high level. Nice design and performance.

Rough roads have now meet their great rival. 2013 Ford F-150 SVT Raptor is built for these kinds of roads. Upon its launching, buyers will surely flood the Ford dealers looking for this monster car.

This one is great! Perfect for rough roads and other rocky obstacles that no other car could pass on.

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