Ford’s extreme off-road F-150, the Raptor, goes on sale this winter, but as summer heats up we’re finding out how much it’ll cost. The point of entry for a 320-hp version will be $38,995, and the 400-hp version starts at $41,995. Both prices include destination. That’s a lot of money, but the Raptor is a lot of truck. Ford says production of the Raptor will be limited, but that the company will be flexible if demand warrants it.
PickupTrucks.com editor Mike Levine actually got to ride along in a specially tuned Raptor during this weekend’s “Terrible’s 250” race in the Nevada desert. Surprisingly, the race truck is similar to what people will get when buying one from Ford, except for some added power and suspension parts.
Check out PickupTrucks.com’s full coverage of the Raptor.