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Let me know what you think in the comments below! The all-new Ford Ranger Raptor is just around the corner. I had the chance to get up close and personal with one recently. The Ranger Raptor is a beast of a thing and will hit the shores in Australia in September 2018. ------ Follow me on social: Facebook: https://facebook.com/PaulMaric Instagram: https://instagram.com/PaulMaric Twitter: https://twitter.com/PaulMaric Website: https://paulmaric.com
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Ford Ranger Raptor - Interior, Exterior & Driving The first-ever Ford Ranger Raptor, Ford's latest off-road, performance pick-up truck, blasted out from behind its camouflage during a reveal event in Thailand. The ultimate Ranger is purposefully designed, built and tested to set a benchmark as the only factory-built performance truck across Asia Pacific. Designed by Ford Performance team for the true enthusiast off-roader, Ford Ranger Raptor strengthens Ford's commitment to deliver high performance pickup trucks to our customers. Power to Move You The Ford Ranger Raptor powertrain features cutting edge technology to offer more power and torque, better fuel economy, less weight and with off-road specific calibrations for engine, transmission, driveline, steering, brakes and Electronic Stability Control (ESC) system. In a revolutionary move to deliver incredible performance and responsiveness, a 10-Speed transmission is combined with a new 2.0L Bi-Turbo diesel engine in the Ranger Raptor to deliver a maximum of 213PS (157kW) of power and 500Nm of torque. Ford engineers have tested the new powertrain extensively in order to prove out durability. This testing includes running a 'thermo cycle' on the engine, heating both turbos to the point of glowing red for 200 hours non-stop. It can withstand this torture thanks to the turbo bearings and low-pressure (LP) turbo being water cooled to reduce temperature, avoid over-heating and protect the air induction components. Working as a team, the smaller, high-pressure (HP) turbo is connected in a sequence to the larger, LP turbo and is controlled with by-pass valves that determine the operating mode depending on engine speed. At lower engine speeds, the two turbos work in series, enhancing torque and responsiveness, while at higher engine speeds, the small HP turbo is bypassed, and the higher LP turbo provides boost to deliver more power. The Ford-designed and Ford-built 10-speed automatic transmission is shared with the F-150 Raptor and has been created with high-strength steel, aluminium alloys and composites to optimize durability and weight. Having 10 gears means a wider ratio-span resulting in better acceleration and responsiveness. With more room to optimize gear spacing, engineers could customize gear progression far more efficiently than before, providing more accurate - and quicker - upshift and downshift capability. The all-new electronic system features real-time adaptive shift-scheduling algorithms engineered to help ensure the right gear is selected at the right time. A unique transmission calibration also includes a 'Live in Drive' function, meaning that the paddle shifters are always available for manual gear selection override. Tuned for all Terrains Ranger Raptor comes with a Terrain Management System (TMS) offering six modes for various driving experiences, which can be selected via a dedicated five-button switch located on the steering wheel. Each mode has been calibrated to offer the best possible combination of technologies working in unison to tackle the chosen terrain or driving style with aplomb. These include: Off-road modes Grass/Gravel/Snow mode - Designed to inspire safe and confident driving on off-road slippery and uneven surfaces. This is done through smoother gear shifts and second-gear starts, minimizing the probability of wheel slip. Mud/Sand mode - Vehicle responsiveness is tuned for optimum traction and momentum in deep, deformable surfaces like loose sand and mud. This is achieved by maintaining lower gears with high torque. Rock mode - Used specifically for low-speed rocky terrain where smooth controllability is key. Baja mode - Vehicle responsiveness is tuned for high-speed off-road performance, just like drivers need in the famous Baja Desert Rally. In this mode, vehicle systems like Traction Control are pared back in terms of intervention to allow spirited off-road driving without fighting the vehicle's on-board systems. Gear selection is optimized for maximum performance, and the mapping will hold gears longer and downshift more aggressively. An Exhilarating Driving Experience Inheriting vital capability from the truly successful Ranger and complementing that with DNA from the F-150 Raptor, the Ranger Raptor is set to turn heads throughout Australia and around the world. "It is amazing to enable this level of performance and create a vehicle that can provide off-road enthusiasts such an adrenaline rush," said Hameedi. "It really is like a motocross bike, snowmobile and an ATV rolled up into a pickup truck - it's an incredible, awesome experience!" The Ford Ranger Raptor will be produced in Ford Thailand Manufacturing (FTM) using Ford's latest state of the art manufacturing techniques and facilities. Auto INTERIOR ''SUBSCRIBE NOW'' Song: HOLAR - Sunrise Run (Vlog No Copyright Music) Music provided by Vlog No Copyright Music. Video Link: https://youtu.be/AKTDtA7zOwY
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Ford Ranger Wildtrak Spied Alongside Ranger Raptor - we get a look at the off-road-ready Ranger Wildtrak here in the U.S. The truck was spotted alongside the tiny dino at a gas station in Michigan, and it, too, lacked any camouflage whatsoever. From what we can tell, it also has the updated grille and front bumper that are more inline with the upcoming 2019 U.S.-spec Ranger than the current model sold overseas.
With that being said, we're not entirely sure this model really is bound for the U.S. It could just be that Ford is testing a foreign market vehicle here because of its plentiful testing resources near its HQ. The big tipoff to this probably being a foreign-market Ranger is the fact that this truck is right-hand-drive. There's also the inclusion of the truck's diesel engine. While we won't completely rule out a diesel coming to America eventually, Ford has been pretty clear that America is only getting the turbocharged gasoline four-cylinder from the start. Ford has also hinted that it plans on putting a gas engine in the Raptor instead of the diesel it will get in other countries.
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