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Ford Could Revive the "Splash" Name for an Electric Ranger or Maverick

Ford Could Revive the "Splash" Name for an Electric Ranger or Maverick

Ford used the “Splash” badge on a sportier version of the second-year Ranger from the 90s

Ford’s revival of old monikers continues. After bringing back the Bronco last year and resurrecting the ‘Lightning’ nameplate for the recently-unveiled electric F-150, Ford has now filed the ‘Splash’ name with the United States Patent and Trademark Office. The trademark covers ‘Electric vehicles’, so we know this will be an EV. If history suggests anything, it might be the electric version of the Ranger. But, the automaker has a third pickup truck in its arsenal now – the Maverick.

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The 2021 F-150 Raptor Doesn't Give You The Same Bang For Your Buck Anyway

The 2021 F-150 Raptor Doesn’t Give You The Same Bang For Your Buck Anyway

The 2021 F-150 Raptor continues to make 450 horsepower and 510 pound-feet of torque but now starts at over $65,000

Ford unveiled the 2021 F-150 back in June 2020. The 2021 F-150 Raptor should’ve made its debut then, but the company pushed it for a later date. Eight months later, the automaker finally took the wraps off it, but again withheld information regarding its power specs. Fast forward to the present day, the power outputs quietly go live on the site. As it turns out, the 2021 Ford F-150 Raptor will continue to make 450 horses and 510 pound-feet of torque! So much wait and drama for what?

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This Supercharged Lowrider '68 F-100 Is Absolutely Droolworthy

This Supercharged Lowrider ’68 F-100 Is Absolutely Droolworthy

It is powered by a Mustang V-8 crate engine and comes with unique touches all around

The world can never have enough lowrider trucks, especially if they’re vintage and are customized tastefully. Autotopia recently covered a customized 1968 F-100 that looks great and features a Mustang V-8 crate engine. The truck was originally a magazine project for Classic Trucks, but went on sale last year and was purchased at an auction by the current owner. Looks neat, doesn’t it?

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2021 Ford F-150 Midnite Edition by Maxlider Motors

2021 Ford F-150 Midnite Edition by Maxlider Motors

It includes an upgraded suspension system, lift kit, new wheels and tires, as well as LED bars and cubes

Illinois-based Maxlider Motors is famous for creating custom Broncos. This includes proper conversions as well as restorations. The company rolls out almost 100 Bronco every year out of the factory and seems to be on the verge of expanding its horizon now. Maxlider Motors has developed a Midnite Edition for the 2021 Ford F-150. It includes new shoes, suspension upgrades, and the likes. But, surprisingly, the aftermarket company left the engine untouched. From the looks of it, the package looks swell. Care to buy it?

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2021 Ford Ranger By Roush Performance

2021 Ford Ranger By Roush Performance

It comes with an upgraded off-road performance suspension, a new exhaust system, and new wheels and tires

Ford Ranger is a capable midsize truck with a lot of potential for off-road and performance-oriented mods. Ford has denied us the pleasure of the Ranger Raptor in the U.S. market, but it has been a boon to the aftermarket companies who are filling this vacuum with their respective iterations. The latest one to do so is Roush Performance. Roush has taken the 2021 Ranger under its wing and turned it into an off-road beast.

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The New Ford F-150 Raptor Is Allergic to Electrification

The New Ford F-150 Raptor Is Allergic to Electrification

Rule out the possibility of even a hybrid Raptor

Ford has been busy with its trucks lately. First came with the 2021 F-150, which also featured a hybrid model in the lineup. Recently, Ford unveiled the F-150 Raptor as well, and announced one with a V-8 engine coming next year. Then there’s the electric F-150 in the works and we should hear more about it soon. Given how all vehicles are getting electrified, it wouldn’t be wrong to assume that the Raptor’s next in line.

But, Ford has ruled this out even before the topic got picked up. According to Muscle Cars and Trucks, a higher-up from Ford has made it clear that the Raptor will continue to be a pure internal combustion-engined model.

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Ford's Inspiration for the F-150 Raptor's Exhaust Will Blow Your Mind

Ford’s Inspiration for the F-150 Raptor’s Exhaust Will Blow Your Mind

We went “WTF” when we heard it – Nissan GT-R and the Alfa Romeo Giulia QV!!

The third-gen F-150 Raptor debuted a few days back and it came with quite a few features that make it an exciting off-road truck. Apart from the 37-inch tires, the truck’s exhaust system has garnered a lot of attention. You would naturally assume that Ford is trying to keep up with the competition and perhaps tore a page out of the Ram TRX’s book, but the inspiration for the exhaust note comes from two completely unrelated products that the Raptor has nothing in common with – The Nissan GT-R and the Alfa Romeo Giulia QV.

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Ford Actually Had to Modify Its Production Lines to Handle The F-150 Raptors 37-Inch Tires

Ford Actually Had to Modify Its Production Lines to Handle The F-150 Raptors 37-Inch Tires

This wasn’t a simple plug-and-play kind of a scenario

Ford launched the third-gen Raptor with a lot of interesting goodies. However, the 37-inch tires from the factory caught everyone’s attention. This is the largest size ever offered by any automaker from the factory in the light-duty truck segment. While it sounds exciting, it forced Ford to make some drastic changes to its production lines to accommodate it.

Folks from the Blue Oval spoke to Road and Track about this and it surely wasn’t as easy as it looks.

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The Electric Ford F-150 Has Been Teased Looking Ugly As Sin

The Electric Ford F-150 Has Been Teased Looking Ugly As Sin

Another day, another bold electric truck design

Ford recently revealed a teaser image of the electric F-150 while announcing the company’s new Rouge Electric Vehicle Center. From the looks of it, Ford seems to have followed Rivian and Tesla’s footsteps to come up with a bold truck that doesn’t look to share a lot of similarity with the internal combustion-engined crop of trucks. It’s too soon to comment, but it looks, well, weird.

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This Chinese Rip-off of the Ford F-150 Raptor Screams Communist Privilege

This Chinese Rip-off of the Ford F-150 Raptor Screams Communist Privilege

This isn’t the first ripped-off model and certainly isn’t the last either

It is one thing to be inspired by a product, and another to copy a product. Unfortunately, some Chinese automakers fall under the second category. We’ve seen ripped-off versions of Minis, Teslas, BMWs, and the latest one to join that ‘flattered’ list is the Ford F-150 Raptor. What we see here is not a Ford F-150 Raptor modified by some tuner who has slapped its badge on it. This truck is a production-version vehicle from Foton. Foton’s latest pickup truck called the Da Jiang Jun is nothing but an F-150 Raptor face with some lackluster mills under the hood.

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Ford F-150 Intrepid Supertruck by Mil-Spec

Ford F-150 Intrepid Supertruck by Mil-Spec

A supercharged V-8 engine, Baja suspension, and a strong road presence make this Mil-Spec F-150 a beast incarnate

Mil-Spec Automotive is known to turn civilian Hummers to monstrous beasts. But the company has worked on trucks as well, especially the Ford F-150. This time, the company again laid its hands on the world’s best-selling truck to give it a twist of its own. The last time the company played around with one, it gave the truck steroids and bumped up the power figures to 500 horses. This time, the Michigan-based company upped the ante and tuned the truck to make 675 ponies! Called the Intrepid F-150 Supertruck, there are a whole lot of other changes that make this Ford F-150 one-of-a-kind.

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Let's All Hope that the Ford F-150 Electric Pickup Doesn't Look Like This

Let’s All Hope that the Ford F-150 Electric Pickup Doesn’t Look Like This

If Ford had a lovechild with Tesla, this would probably be it

The three biggest launches of this year – Ford F-150, Ford Bronco, Ram TRX – are already out, so it looks like rendering artists don’t have a lot of unseen products to work on. There is one, however, that we haven’t seen to date except for the camouflaged examples – the electric F-150. But, since it is expected to be based on the 2021 F-150, there aren’t a whole lot of wild renderings of the electric truck. However, one artist decided to let his creative juices flow and came up with a design that seems to be heavily inspired by the Tesla Cybertruck. Gosh, we hope Ford doesn’t get any idea from it.

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The Ford Maverick Pickup Will Be Little More Than a Transit Connect With a Bed

The Ford Maverick Pickup Will Be Little More Than a Transit Connect With a Bed

This explains the weird Maverick spy shots that looked an awful lot like a Transit

So far, the Ford Maverick pickup has been a pretty well-kept secret outside of some leaked CAD images and a photo that showed off what appeared to be the real tailgate with the Maverick name stamped on it. Rumors have suggested that it would be part of the Bronco family and could even be the rumored Bronco truck that has now been all but confirmed to arrive before 2024. However, a new leak via Maverick Chat forums, which quotes a person claiming to work for a supplier, has painted a very clear picture of what we can expect, and it’s probably not good.

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The 2022 Ford Ranger Raptor to Head Stateside With An Unexpected Engine

The 2022 Ford Ranger Raptor to Head Stateside With An Unexpected Engine

It will be powered by the familiar 2.7-liter, V-6 mill with 300-plus horses under the hood and all the hardcore off-roading equipment!

Ford has denied us the pleasure of having the Ranger Raptor in the U.S. for a very long time. It reached a point where aftermarket companies started offering customization packages for the standard ranger to fill that void. Numerous rumors have surfaced in the past regarding the Ranger Raptor’s debut here in the States, but none of them came true.

Similar news has surfaced again, but this time with some evidence. Our friends at Carexpert.com.au have informed us that the Ranger Raptor is coming to the States and will be powered by a V-6, turbocharged gasoline engine. Is this good news or what!

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Ford Kicks Things Up a Notch With Three Off-Road Packages for the 2019-2020 Ranger Pickup

Ford Kicks Things Up a Notch With Three Off-Road Packages for the 2019-2020 Ranger Pickup

The packages offer cosmetic, software, and hardware upgrades

Ford Ranger owners must be happy with all the packages available for the truck lately. A couple of months back, Ford introduced a package that gave the Ranger extra horses and torque. Even Roush started offering a suspension kit for the newer models of the truck. Now, Ford has decided to introduce three new factory off-road packages for the mid-size pickup truck. These kits will be available for the 2019 and 2020 models and offer cosmetic, software, and hardware upgrades.

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Everything You Need To Know About The 2021 Ford F-150

Everything You Need To Know About The 2021 Ford F-150

The 2021 F-150 comes with refreshed exterior and interior, a new hybrid powertrain, and lots of tech features

The wait is finally over. This is arguably the biggest debut of the year. With the current-gen in the loop for almost five years, Ford has decided to bring in the fourteenth generation of the world’s best-selling pickup truck, the F-150.

The reveal is even more important because the rivals are catching up in terms of sales and Ford might risk losing the crown of being the best-seller which it’s been holding for over four decades now. Unlike the structural changes that were introduced in the last generation change, this time, Ford has doubled down on technology and a lot of new tech features are now available on the truck.

From the initial impressions, does the 2021 Ford F-150 feel better than the model it replaces? It certainly does.

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Carlex Design Has Made the Ford Ranger Look Way Tougher Than It Really Is

Carlex Design Has Made the Ford Ranger Look Way Tougher Than It Really Is

One of the best-looking aftermarket Rangers we’ve seen in recent times

Ford Ranger is a capable truck and sells in decent numbers. It is also quite popular amongst aftermarket companies that give it their own twists and tweaks inside-out. The latest iteration of the pickup truck comes from Carlex Design.

The company’s European arm laid its hands on the Raptor and made it look a lot tougher than it actually is. The images were uploaded on the company’s Facebook page and you can see how the calm, sedate-looking truck is transformed to look like a beast. A few changes are made to the cabin as well, but the mechanicals have been left untouched. Do you like it?

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Watch This Restored 1969 Ford F-100 Burn Rubber In One Of The Longest Burnouts We've Seen From A Truck

Watch This Restored 1969 Ford F-100 Burn Rubber In One Of The Longest Burnouts We’ve Seen From A Truck

It comes courtesy of the 1,000 horses under the hood

There are two types of restoration enthusiasts – one who dials back the clock and restores the vehicles to its former self, and one who gives the vehicles a new lease of life that’s generally on the extreme end of the wild-side spectrum. Here’s one gentleman who believes in the latter school of thought. This man has restored a 1969 Ford F-100 with 1,000 ponies under the hood. In this video by AutotopiaLA, you can see the owner smoke the roads with some pretty long burnouts. After all, that is what this truck was built for, right?

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