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Ford's 2023 Ranger Raptor Pickup - Hot

  Coming to US & Europe :   2023 Ford Ranger Raptor                                                  Source:  Ford Mid-Sized Off-Roading Truck with 392 hp & Heft The 2023 Ford Ranger Raptor with 392 hp is coming to the US and going on sale in 2023.  It will also be launched in Europe with 284 hp in late 2022. The US version will likely have some additional adaptations over the global version. The Ranger Raptor has a powertrain similar to that of the Branco Raptor.  The US model will have a twin turbo 3.0 liter EcoBoost V6 engine that will deliver 392 hp and 430 pound-feet of torque. The European version has been tuned to deliver 284 hp and 362 pound-feet of torque. More Tech Specs Both the US and the European twin turbo engine versions are coupled with a 10-speed automatic transmission.  There are 33" BF Goodrich KO2 all-terrain tires.  The vehicle has seven different drive modes, a new suspension system with Fox 2.5-inch live valve internal bypass shock absorbers and an e

Ford's Bronco Everglades for Off-Roading

  New Vehicle Can Drive Through 3 Feet of Water                                     Source:  Ford Bronco Everglades Engineered and Outfitted for Extreme Adventures Ford has unveiled its new 2022 Bronco Everglades, which is designed for very serious off-roading, extreme adventures.  The vehicle is engineered and outfitted to take the driver beyond the road less travelled that other off-roading drivers can't reach.  This ultra-rugged new version of the Bronco can traverse more than 3 feet of water.  It was unveiled this weekend at the Chicago Auto Show.  It has some awesome new off-roading technologies. Tech Specs There are unique and significant off-road upgrades in the Everglades.  There's a factory installed snorkel down the right rear passenger side that enables better performance in water, mud, swamp and dust by raising the engine's air intake above the nasty terrain conditions.  There is also an integrated Zeon 10S 10,000-pound winch.  It provides more traction when nee