Ford F-150 SVT Raptor. SuperCrew

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The biggest and baddest off-road beast available on the market is more than likely the Ford F-150 SVT Raptor. Any people against that claim? The crazy, dune jumping, street legal Trophy truck has only been on sale for a year, but it’s already got a collection of juicy upgrades ready for it for the 2011MY.

First up is the one that I’m personally interested in (being a family man of course). The four-door SuperCrew version of the Raptor has now officially been confirmed after plenty of rumbles across the media. Just in case you didn’t get the details, here we go. The SuperCrew’s wheelbase is a full 12 inches longer than the standard Raptor, which in simple terms should make it more comfortable than the SWB and the rear load space box can still pack up everything you need when you decide to go honking across the dunes and into the empty quarter for the weekend.

Speaking of capability, the Raptor now comes standard with the 6.2-liter V8. Yes, yes those that busted a gut to get the 5.4 are now left out in the cold missing some horses. So now the mentalist has 101hp over the outgoing 5.4-liter V8 and a bunch of new colours to add some spice to the arrangement.

So…Please Mr pay cheque man – I would like a SuperCrew Raptor!

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