Ford is updating the F-150 Raptor for 2024 with new headlights and a few new features.
The V-6–powered Raptor and supercharged V-8–powered Raptor R models continue.
Pricing will be available closer to the 2024 model's on-sale date early next year.
The 2024 Ford F-150 benefits from some changes for the new model year including a new face and additional features, and the off-road Raptor model also gets upgraded. It has a revised headlight design and adds options including new shocks and a modular front bumper, along with a new exterior color and revised graphics. Ford also hinted that the Raptor R, with its supercharged 5.2-liter V-8, may gain a bit of power compared with the outgoing version's 700 hp, but the company hasn't yet released full specs.
Compared with the previous single-valve Fox shocks, the new units are meant to improve rebound control, which Ford says will help with high-speed desert running and on-road ride quality. The modular bumper, meanwhile, offers better mounting points for lighting accessories and also offers stronger tow hooks.
All the good new features are available on all Raptor models with 37-inch tires. When so equipped, the 2024 Raptor comes standard with the dual-valve shocks and is offers the modular bumper as an option, but the base V-6 Raptor with 35-inch tires (the 37-inch tires are standard on the R and part of an optional Performance package on the V-6) does without these extras.
The color palette expands to include Shelter Green, and there are new hood graphics available as well. Ford hasn't detailed any interior changes for the Raptor, as it already came standard with the larger screens that are now newly standard on the lower-trim trucks.
Ford has yet to announce pricing for the 2024 F-150 Raptor, but we expect it to rise somewhat from the current model's starting prices of $78,720 for the standard Raptor and $109,295 for the Raptor R.
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