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buying Ford Officially Confirms Bronco Raptor Coming Next Year

10:45  22 september  2021
10:45  22 september  2021 Source:   caranddriver.com

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a close up of a car: A teaser image shows the Raptor badge and the classic Raptor-style Ford script on the Bronco's front grille. © Ford A teaser image shows the Raptor badge and the classic Raptor-style Ford script on the Bronco's front grille.
  • Ford confirmed that a Raptor version of the Bronco off-road SUV is coming.
  • A teaser photo shows the Bronco Raptor's grille, which has the same Ford lettering from the F-150 Raptor pickup.
  • The Bronco Raptor will debut sometime next year and is likely to be a 2023 model.

The high-performance version of the Ford Bronco will indeed use the Raptor name from the F-150 pickup, Ford CEO Jim Farley confirmed in a tweet with a teaser video showing a glimpse of the new off-roader. This more powerful variant of the SUV will debut sometime next year, Ford says, and is likely to feature suspension upgrades and a more aggressive look to go along with its name.

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The idea of a badder Bronco has existed for a while now, and we had previously heard rumors that it would use the Warthog name. But it makes sense for Ford to keep it in the Raptor family, as the latest F-150 just debuted its Raptor variant recently and the next-generation Ranger mid-size pickup will reportedly add a Raptor model for the U.S. at some point in the near future.

Along with the different grille we can see here, it's likely to have a wider stance, chunkier tires, uprated shocks, and a more powerful engine, likely some sort of turbocharged V-6. We should have more information about the Bronco Raptor in the coming months as Ford starts to trickle out some details about its various upgrades.

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Ford Bronco Sasquatch With Manual Will Be Available in 2022After a year of pleas, it appears Ford is listening. The Blue Oval confirmed to its Bronco reservation holders this week that it's finally coming through with the combination you've been waiting for (im)patiently: a 2022 Bronco with the Sasquatch package will be available with a manual transmission on Base, Big Bend, Black Diamond and Badlands trims.

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