The Ford F-150 Raptor comes from the factory ready to tackle pretty much any off-roading you want to throw at it. You might think lowering it, and thus rendering it next to useless off-road, is dumb, but you're wrong. We think a lowered Raptor, like this one from , is just about perfect.
See here's the thing about the Raptor—a good amount of people who buy these things probably never even come close to using them to their potential. That's not true of all Raptor owners, but it seems to be the case for many. We're willing to wager that a lot of people buy trucks like this because of how cool and tough they look.
So, if you're not planning on taking your Raptor off-road, why not lower it? It's antithetical to what the Raptor was designed to do, but it won't get in the way of what it'll actually do.
The pictures Rocket Bunny posted to its Facebook page are just renderings, but it says the truck will appear in real-life at this week's Tokyo Auto Salon. In addition to the lowered suspension, Rocket Bunny added its trademark wide bolt-on fenders at the front and rear, and a new front splitter.
Any other information on this Rocket Bunny's modifications are, unfortunately, slim, so we'll have to look out for more once the Auto Salon begins.