One of the features of the 2022 Ford Bronco Raptor off-road SUV is its adjustable exhaust system. It has four different sound modes: Quiet, Normal, Sport and Baja. We recorded the truck revving in all four modes. Take note, the truck is restricted to around 4,000 rpm when stationary, so it may not be quite as loud as it would be at full throttle and under load. These exhaust settings changed based on the driving mode, but they can also be selected separately. It's also possible to create a preferred driving setting with your suspension, steering and exhaust preferences.
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The 2022 Ford Bronco Raptor is only available in a four-door bodystyle, and the reasons for that relate both to performance and potential customer uses.
The high-powered Bronco variant borrows off-road suspension hardware from F-150 Raptor, including standard 37-inch tires.
The new Raptor version of the popular SUV has standard 37-inch all-terrain tires, and it's nearly 10 inches wider than a standard Bronco. Like the Ford F-150 pickup, the new Bronco now has a high-performance Raptor model designed for going full send. It comes standard with 37-inch tires, which is only an option on the F-150 Raptor, a more powerful twin-turbocharged engine putting out around 400 horsepower, and other go-fast-off-road equipment that make it almost as wide as the F-150 Raptor.
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The 400-hp Raptor's starting price of $69,995 fits in neatly between the prices of the 450-hp F-150 Raptor and the 470-hp Wrangler 392.
We look at Ford Bronco Raptor's details, features, and share a photo gallery.
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A wild suspension setup, 37-inch tires, and massive fender flares mean this Bronco is truly ready for anything.
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