The Lockheed Martin Ford F-22 Raptor F-150 Pickup Truck is quite evidently the superior technological tour the force. We’re sure Ford producer wouldn’t argue, and it can even dedicated an brand new F-150 Raptor to the fighter with shared name. The one-of-a-kind pickup will be auctioned off at the EAA Air Venture Oshkosh later this month. To get its 10th vehicle in the series, Ford fractures with tradition. It’s circled back to the F-22, but with a very different design that bought and sold the Mustang base for the Raptor super vehicle. We think the Ford F-22 Raptor F-150 Pickup Truck one-of-a-kind, aeronautical-inspired styling would be enough to in a nice figure at auction, but Ford hasn’t stopped with just some silver and gray paint and a graphics package. The Ford producer Performance Team has reworked the mechanical to create a more insane, off-road-dominating trip.

And where else could you start such a tune good results. the EcoBoost engine that mainly defines the most recent Secuestrador? Ford pulls practically 95 extra horsepower from the Raptor’s 3. 5-liter V6, mailing a total of 545 horses galloping out to the custom wheels and tires. A set of upgraded brakes with bright-red calipers brings those tires to a stop.

In a fleet of Ford producer pickups, it’s always easy to choose the Secuestrador thanks to the “FORD”-stamped grille. The F-22 Secuestrador F-150 builds on this defining feature, keeping the general condition and fine mesh styling of the bumper grille, but trading out the Ford lettering for a head-on depiction of the F-22 jet.

The job is delicate enough it looks like a logo or simple design from a distance, but reveals itself as the F-22 when you get a closer look. The Raptor’s other big front-end tell – it is rugged skid plate – gets some subtle red highlighting, matching the yellows that weave through the rest of the design. Other visual touches that pop out in the photographs and video include illuminated F-22 graphics on the side-view mirror limits and carbon fiber fender flares and vent slats. The off-road LED light bar up top contributes to both the truck’s all-terrain readiness and presence.

Discover also reference to some suspension tuning and a special interior with purpose-built music system.

The regular Raptor isn’t cheap, but it can likely look that way as soon as the final price of the one-off public auction truck hits the literature. Ford’s really knocked this design out of the park, and if the 2016 Ole Yeller Mustang’s $295, 000 auction price is any indication, the new truck should increase a nice chunk of change.

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