The new Raptor Ranger was unveiled today at a press conference in Thailand, and Ford took pains to say that what you’re seeing is the Asia Pacific market version of this truck, which makes me assume the one North America will get could be slightly different somehow. (At the very least, our steering wheel will be on the left.)
But! This baby Raptor packs an all-new twin-turbo 2.0-liter diesel inline four (yes, two turbos) with 210 horsepower and a whomping 369 lb-ft of torque. That’s a decent amount more power and torque than the 3.2-liter turbodiesel five-cylinder the Ranger uses across the globe, and that much torque should get it moving nicely.
But power’s only part of the equation. The Raptor Ranger has an assortment of improvements for off-roading, including Fox Racing Shox dampers, dent-resistant composite fenders, an integrated tow bar with tow hooks, BF Goodrich All-Terrain tires, the F-150 Raptor’s off-roading modes, and a new 10-speed automatic transmission.