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Here are the specs of the 2021 Raptor from Ford's press release:

  • Five-link rear suspension features extra-long trailing arms has a Panhard rod and 24-inch coil springs – the longest in the class
  • Next-generation FOX™ Live Valve™ internal bypass shocks, Raptor’s largest-ever shocks
  • Available 35-inch or 37-inch BFGoodrich All-Terrain T/A KO2 tires, the largest factory-fitted to a production light-duty full-size pickup
  • 35-inch tires: approach angle of 31 degrees, maximum departure angle of 23.9 degrees and breakover angle of 22.7 degrees
  • 37-inch tires: 13.1 inches of running clearance, 33.1 degrees of approach angle, a maximum 24.9 degrees of departure angle and 24.4 degrees of breakover angle
  • Wheel travel with 35-inch tires: 14 inches at the front and 15 inches at the rear
  • Available in SuperCrew configuration on a 145-inch wheelbase, it has a fully boxed high-strength steel frame with a high-strength, military-grade, aluminum alloy and composite body.
  • Third-generation twin-turbo 3.5-liter EcoBoost® high-output engine (10.5:1 compression ratio)
  • 36 gallon gas tank has a projected EPA-estimated range of more than 500 miles on a full tank of gas
  • 10-speed automatic transmission
  • Standard electronic locking rear differential and available TORSEN® front limited-slip differential are fitted with 4:10 final drive ratios.
  • Max payload: 1,400 pounds (increased by 200 pounds)
  • Max Towing: 8,200 pounds (increased by 200 pounds)
  • Terrain Management System has seven selectable drive modes (Slippery, Tow/Haul, Sport, Normal, Off-Road, Baja and Rock Crawl)
  • Standard Trail 1-Pedal Drive
  • Standard Trail Control
  • Standard SYNC® 4
  • New heat extractor and functional side vents
  • Wider front skid plate
  • Available Rigid off-road lighting mounted in the front bumper

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