Mustang Raptor concept images released




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Mustang Raptor concept images released

Posted on 17 Sep 2018

With official images of the upcoming Ford Raptor for the UK market recently released a designer has taken it to the next level. Crossing the legendary Ford Mustang with a Ford Ranger, a beast of a machine has been created.

Mustang Raptor Concept Images Released

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X-Tomi Design released the stunning machine via its Facebook page, but will Ford ever put it into production? Featuring muscular wheel arches, increased ride height and stunning blue paintwork the concept is mightily impressive. With an official mpg of 23.3 on the existing New Ford Mustang, the economy of the Mustang Raptor would be interesting to see.

Mustang Raptor Concept Images Released

The upcoming Ford Raptor will arrive in the UK in 2019. Powered by a meaty 2.0l EcoBlue 210bhp engine, the pick-up is set feature the same ten-speed automatic gearbox as the US F-150 Raptor. Multiple driver modes will assist in tackling different driving conditions. These will include Grass/Gravel/Snow, Mud/Sand, Rock, Normal, Sport and an intense Baja off-road setting. 

With the UK launch of the Ford Raptor on the horizon, Ford statedForget everything you think you know about pick-ups. Our new Ranger Raptor is a different breed – a thoroughbred desert racer and extreme lifestyle off-roader that can toil with the best of them in the harshest of working conditions.” They added “The standout experience of the Ranger Raptor, hands down, is how far you can push it off-road and still ride like a millionaire on-road. Everything about the Ranger Raptor builds on the already outstanding sophisticated feel and functional capability of the Ranger, and then goes further. From a driving dynamic fun standpoint, it is really an exceptionally special vehicle.”

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