If you’re into trucks that can go straight from the dealer showroom to jumping sand dunes, blazing across gnarly terrain or simply intimidating other vehicles on your daily commute, today is a good day. That’s because Ford just debuted the third generation of its Raptor.
As a quick backgrounder, it’s technically called the F-150 Raptor, and it is based on America’s best-selling vehicle, the Ford F-150. While the standard Ford F-150 is already a class leader, the Raptor treatment takes that truck and turns it into a beast.
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