An enthusiast forum dissected all the evidence out there to figure out the design of Ford's upcoming midsize off-road pickup.
The Raptor comes standard with Fox Racing shocks that bring incredible off-road capability. Watch them at work.
Only 150 will be built, each with a starting price just under $97,000.
Two of the market's greatest new off-roaders battle it out in the middle of the desert.
This F-150 sits right in the middle of the pickup's transformation from utility vehicle to luxury good.
Ford's latest tech lets you spot people on the road and even use the brakes to stop you from hitting them.
We took Ford's wildest new truck through 400 miles of paved roads to see how it fares in the real world.
The Hennessey VelociRaptor does 0-60 in 4.2 seconds, or as we like to call it, "crazy fast for a pickup truck."
Look away, EcoBoost V6 haters.
An optional PowerStroke diesel V6 joins the lightly-restyled F-150 lineup.
"Rollin' in my 4.8" doesn't have nearly the same ring to it.
John Hennessey took a brand-new F-150 Raptor to the dyno and the drag strip to get numbers on the beast.
So it built the Raptor instead.
Hold on, hold on. Let us explain.
The new Raptor is so capable, it doesn't even need aftermarket tires to compete in the grueling desert race.
The Hennessey VelociRaptor 6x6 has 150 extra horses and 50 percent more wheels than the 2017 Ford F-150 Raptor.