Ford has, in fact, revealed the 2023 Ranger Raptor which is the second generation of the off-road performance pickup truck, is coming to America and Canada. It is designed by Ford Performance. Actually, the new Raptor does pack everything buyers do love about the F-150 Raptor in a more compact package.
Ford Ranger Raptor – Turbodiesel Four-Cylinder Engine
In fact, when the last-generation Ranger Raptor has sold globally it was exclusively offering a turbodiesel four-cylinder engine. In fact, the second-generation model does land with a twin-turbocharged, gas-powered 3.0-liter EcoBoost V6. It is stuffing between its punched-out fenders. Also, it tuned to develop 284 horsepower and 362 pound-feet of torque in European specification. The U.S. output is going to be 392 horsepower and 430 pound-feet of torque. More interestingly, all of these numbers will seem to be less than the more than 400 horsepower which is really planning for the Bronco Raptor. It will get a twin-turbo 3.0-liter V6.
The outgoing truck’s 2.0-liter twin-turbocharged diesel is going to continue to be available in the Ranger Raptor. In fact, not likely for North America. The specifications have not been announcing yet. Although it is rating at 210 horsepower. The stout 368 pound-feet of torque in the original dune-hopping Ranger.
Referring to the V6, Ford did note that an anti-lag system is similar to the one that is fitting to the GT and the Focus ST. Plus the aforementioned Bronco Raptor. That ensures a boost is always there when you need it. Moreover, turbochargers can keep spinning for up to three seconds. This is after the driver’s foot does come off the gas.
Moreover, the engine does exhale through an active exhaust system with four different modes. There is a familiar 10-speed automatic transmission that sends power to the four wheels via a two-speed transfer case plus front and rear locking differentials.