2022 Ford Bronco Raptor

The 2022 Ford Bronco Raptor revealed with a 3.0-liter V-6 mill, wider body, 37-inch tires, and a ton of off-road equipment

18 months after debuting the Bronco, Ford has now unveiled the ultimate, hardcore version of the off-roader as the latest entrant in the Raptor family. The Bronco Raptor features a bigger V-6 engine and a ton of off-road gear

Exterior:

The off-roader comes with a lot of Raptor upgrades over the standard model. Up front, you get a signature two-piece Raptor grille, steel bumper with two tow hooks, and a new vented hood. It is 9.8 inches wider than the standard Bronco Raptor

It comes with unique front and rear quarter panels. The fenders come with integrated heat extraction ducts. You also get reinforced rock rails and removable running boards

The Bronco Raptor rides on 17-inch black high-gloss wheels shod in 37-inch BFGoodrich KO2 all-terrain tires as standard. Two more beadlock-capable wheel designs are available for extra moolah

It features a full-size tailgate-mounted spare tire

The Bronco Raptor also features removable doors and a roof. Ford will offer the off-roader in 10 different exterior shades, including a Ford Performance-exclusive Code Orange

The SUV boasts an approach angle of 47.2 degrees, a breakover angle of 30.8 degrees, and a departure angle of 40.5 degrees. The ground clearance is 13.1 inches. It can tow up to 4,500 lbs; 1,000 lbs more than the regular Bronco. It weighs 5,733 lbs

Interior:

The Bronco Raptor features a sport-contoured steering wheel with magnesium paddle shifters. A 12-inch digital instrument cluster sits behind it. A 12-inch touchscreen system is also present. It supports wireless Apple CarPlay and Android Auto

You also get stuff like a 360-degree camera and a seven-speaker audio system. A 10-speaker audio system, heated steering wheel, and wireless charging pad are available as optional

The base Bronco Raptor will come with Black Onyx marine-grade vinyl seats and rubberized washout flooring. The seats are designed by Ford Performance and are exclusive to the Bronco Raptor

There are The Ford Performance Code Orange shades on the drive selector rotary dial, dash vents, the push-button illumination, and the Bronco logo on the instrument panel. Low-gloss carbon fiber accents have been used around the cabin, too

Drivetrain:

The Bronco Raptor will be powered by a 3.0-liter, twin-turbo V-6 EcoBoost engine. Power specs aren’t revealed, but it will put out around 400 horses. It will be paired to a 10-speed automatic gearbox. There’s no V-8 engine or manual transmission here

A Terrain Management System with G.O.A.T. Modes is present, too. It comes with seven modes - Normal, Slippery, Tow/Haul, Sport, Off-Road, Rock Crawl, and Baja. Trail Control, Trail Turn Assist, and Trail One-Pedal Driving are also offered

Off-road Equipment:

Ford has reinforced the chassis here. The Bronco Raptor also comes with an upgraded version of the High-Performance Off-Road Stability Suspension

It includes FOX 3.1 Internal Bypass Semi-Active Dampers with integrated reservoirs at the front and remote reservoirs at the rear. This has resulted in a suspension travel range of 13 inches at the front and 14 inches at the rear

You get an upgraded Dana 44 AdvanTEK front-drive axle with a 4.70 ratio, and a Dana 50 heavy-duty AdvanTEK solid rear axle with a 4.70 ratio. The five-link rear setup comes with Panhard rod and outboard coilover springs

The off-roader also features an advanced 4x4 system with three drive modes. A two-speed transfer case with a 67.88:1 crawl ratio is also present

Ford has upgraded the exhaust setup, as well. It’s similar to the one present on the F-150 Raptor. You get to select from four exhaust modes: Normal, Sport, Quiet, and Baja

Pricing:

The 2022 Ford Bronco Raptor will start at $69,995, which includes a $1,495 destination fee. To put things into perspective, the top-spec Bronco Wildtrak starts at $47,780

Bookings for the 2022 Ford Bronco Raptor will commence in March and deliveries will begin in Summer this year

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