The differences between the Ford Ranger Raptor and its normal siblings lie in a range of body kits and upgrades. The car has no problems traveling on rough terrains with its exclusive front and rear bumpers along with diffusers and skid plates. The car has an authoritative poster thanks to its 283mm ground clearance. The hidden ultra-strength frame turns the pickup truck into a monster on unpaved paths.
Complement its design are the LED daytime running lights, HID headlamps, and LED fog lights.
The build and quality of the interior of the Ranger Raptor are pretty much the same as those of the normal Ranger. The cabin is made up of high-quality materials including soft-touch plastics, hard plastics, and plush leather.
The Ranger Raptor and the Ranger share the same wheelbase. As a result, the former has a huge amount of interior space. The rear seats come equipped with the handy 230V power socket and the non-existent rear A/C vents. The M.Y. 2020 Ranger Raptor received an update and now offers autonomous braking pedestrian and updated LED headlights.
Safety features include seven airbags, electronic stability control with traction control, hill start assist, ABS with EBD, seatbelt reminders, speed limiter, and ISOFIX child seat anchors. The car doesn’t have blind-spot monitors despite its heftiness.
In terms of technology features, the car has a lot to offer. These include dual-zone climate control, power-adjustable seats, rain-sensing wipers, automatic headlights, speed-sensing door locks, auto-dimming rearview mirror, keyless entry, push-start ignition, parking sensors, an 8-inch touchscreen infotainment system with Android Auto, Apple CarPlay support, and a convenient volume knob. Accessing the rear bed is made easy thanks to a reverse camera and a power-assisted tailgate.