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Ford Opens Order Books for Tougher, Smarter, More Powerful Next-Gen Ranger Raptor

Customers can now place orders for the Next-Gen Ford Ranger Raptor performance pick-up

DUNTON, UK, May 18, 2022 – Order books for the Next-Gen Ranger Raptor are now open, Ford today announced, enabling customers to specify and order the ultimate performance pick-up.

Customer deliveries of the second-generation Ranger Raptor – unveiled earlier this year – are set to begin in late summer.

Built for true enthusiasts and developed by Ford Performance, the ultimate performance derivative of Europe’s best-selling pick-up introduces a twin-turbo 3.0-litre EcoBoost V6 engine, 1 FOX® Live Valve dampers, and seven selectable drive modes to offer optimised performance on a variety of terrains. A class-exclusive active exhaust system delivers adjustable engine sounds with four exhaust modes to suit different driving scenarios.

Occupants also benefit from the latest technology controlled via the 12.4-inch all-digital cluster and 12-inch central touchscreen – boasting Ford’s new-generation SYNC 4A® 2 connectivity and entertainment system.

Customers can from today also build and price their dream Ranger Raptor using the automaker’s online configurator, choosing from colour options including Arctic White, Blue Lightning and Code Orange, and features such as the Raptor Exterior Dress-Up pack, a Splash Decal package, functional load bars and roller shutters.


“Being able to build their dream Next-Gen Ranger Raptor is now a reality for our customers – and they can experiment with the range of options with our online configurator. Whatever the combination, Ranger Raptor will always deliver its trademark ultimate off-road driving experience.”

Hans Schep, general manager, Ford Pro, Europe


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1 Officially homologated fuel efficiency and CO2 emissions figures will be published closer to on-sale date. The declared WLTP fuel/energy consumptions, CO2-emissions and electric range are determined according to the technical requirements and specifications of the European Regulations (EC) 715/2007 and (EU) 2017/1151 as last amended. The applied standard test procedures enable comparison between different vehicle types and different manufacturers.

2 Don’t drive while distracted or while using handheld devices. Use voice-operated systems when possible. Some features may be locked out while the vehicle is in gear. Not all features are compatible with all phones.

3 Professional driver on a closed course. Always consult the Raptor supplement to the Owner’s Manual before off-road driving, know your terrain and trail difficulty, and use appropriate safety gear.

About Ford Motor Company

Ford Motor Company (NYSE: F) is a global company based in Dearborn, Michigan, that is committed to helping build a better world, where every person is free to move and pursue their dreams. The company’s Ford+ plan for growth and value creation combines existing strengths, new capabilities and always-on relationships with customers to enrich experiences for and deepen the loyalty of those customers. Ford develops and delivers innovative, must-have Ford trucks, sport utility vehicles, commercial vans and cars and Lincoln luxury vehicles, as well as connected services. Additionally, Ford is establishing leadership positions in mobility solutions, including self-driving technology, and provides financial services through Ford Motor Credit Company. Ford employs about 182,000 people worldwide. More information about the company, its products and Ford Credit is available at


Ford of Europe is responsible for producing, selling and servicing Ford brand vehicles in 50 individual markets and employs approximately 41,000 employees at its wholly owned facilities and consolidated joint ventures and approximately 55,000 people when unconsolidated businesses are included. In addition to Ford Motor Credit Company, Ford Europe operations include Ford Customer Service Division and 14 manufacturing facilities (10 wholly owned facilities and four unconsolidated joint venture facilities). The first Ford cars were shipped to Europe in 1903 – the same year Ford Motor Company was founded. European production started in 1911.

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