His picture shows his Ford Bronco teeth. The supercharged version of Ford’s all-terrain 4×4 was already teased in September 2021. Now our spy photographers surprise him. Thus, the Bronco Raptor was photographed in traffic in the United States, hidden under traditional camouflage that masks its body. More aggressive than the regular Bronco, this new version abandons the Bronco grille to display the Ford logo across the width of the front, like other models from the American manufacturer with the Raptor stamp.
In addition to this imposing grille, the Bronco Raptor adopts new air intakes, giving it real predatory vibes. These are located on the side of the 4×4 above the wheel arches. Wheel arches that are wider than the regular Bronco. The franchisor also appears to rank higher in these images. Equipped with BF Goodrich AT All Terrain T/A tires, similar to 17-inch wheels.
Twin-turbo V6 under the hood
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Camouflage Ford Bronco RaptorCredit Photo – Automedia
No information has been released by Ford at this time regarding the engine of this Bronco Raptor, but there may be a 3.0 V6 twin-turbo engine under the hood of the American 4×4. On the transmission side, this engine can be associated with a seven-speed automatic transmission.
According to the information we received from our spies, the Bronco Raptor will be released in early 2022, but will not be delivered to buyers until 2023. The Bronco will join the Ranger in the F-150 pickup truck and Raptor lineup. The base version, not marketed in Europe due to new anti-pollution standards, this Raptor model has little chance of crossing the Atlantic.
Ford will reject the new Bronco in its Raptor version. Like the F150 or the Ranger, this supercharged version of the 4×4 will feature a large grille named after the manufacturer. There are also new air intakes on the sides, increased ground clearance and even wider wheel arches, as these images captured by our spy photographers show. It will have to wait until 2022 to officially discover this Ford Bronco Raptor, which can carry a V6 3.0 bi-turbo under its hood.