The cat is out of the bag when it comes to 2017 Ford F-150 Raptor pricing.
A document on Ford’s Fleet website details pricing for the new pickup. (We’re not quite sure why Ford decided to release the specs this way, but we’ll take it.)
The Raptor Supercab starts at $48,325, while the four-door Supercrew version at $51,310. You’ll have to tack on a $1,195 delivery and destination fee to that.
Of course, those prices are for the base models. Add on the fancy stuff and the price tag adds up fast. Some of the options on the spec sheet include LED bed lights for $125, remote start for $195, and auto-dimming and heated side mirrors for $365. Ford’s pro trailer backup assist is another $395, while the trailer tow package is $895. Leather heated and cooled seats are another $650. It you really want to spend some money, the luxury package is $9,345. The list goes on.
One thing we’re still waiting on are official power numbers. The 2017 Raptor is powered by Ford’s new, second-generation 3.5-liter EcoBoost engine. Ford says it will offer more horsepower and torque than previous Raptor’s 411-horsepower, 434-lb.-ft. 6.2-liter V8, but the automaker hasn’t said just how much.
The Raptor will come with Ford’s all-new 10-speed transmission, jointly developed with General Motors. It also offers six different driving modes.
It’s being built at Ford’s truck plant in Dearborn and hits the road this fall.
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