2021 Ford Ranger Raptor Special Edition - Is It Really That Bad Ass?

The Ranger Raptor Special Edition will be built in limited numbers and will come with aesthetic upgrades, bigger tires, wider track, and a taller ride height

Ford has introduced a Ranger Raptor Special Edition truck for the European markets

It will be offered in three different exterior shades - Performance Blue, Conquer Grey, and Frozen White

The truck will feature with twin matte black racing stripes with red contrast lines on the bonnet, roof, lower body sides, rear wings, and the tailgate

The flared wheel arches, front and rear bumpers, door handles, and the grille up front will have a matte black finish to them

Leather seats, ‘Raceway Grey’ instrument cluster, and red contrast stitching on various surfaces make up the interior

It powered by the same 2.0-liter, EcoBlue Bi-turbo diesel engine that makes 210 horses and 369 pound-feet of twist

When compared to the Ranger XLT, it has a 5.9-inch wider track and rides two inches higher

The special-edition Ranger also features FOX shock absorbers with Position Sensitive Damping

It will arrive along with the Ranger Stormtrak, the Ranger Wolftrak, and the rally-inspired Ranger MS-RT

Ford hasn't announced the price or the numbers of models it will make, but the truck will hit the dealerships in October 2021

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