The 2022 Ford F-150 Raptor is set to debut on February 3, and this latest teaser video from CEO Jim Farley gives our best look at the truck yet.
Farley published an 11-second video to his personal Twitter account on Friday showing the new F-150 Raptor sitting in a dark, uninhabited desert setting with its lights on. There's enough fog to obscure any real details, but the general shape of the vehicle is easy to see. Like previous Raptors, muscular fender flares and an increased ground clearance will return for 2022, as will the three running lights on the nose.
What's still not clear is what'll be available under the hood. We expect it to return with an even more powerful version of the twin-turbo Ecoboost V-6, though there could be an even more extreme version offered with the supercharged V-8 from the Shelby GT500. We'll know more once the truck is unveiled.
Want to catch up on everything we know about the 2022 Ford F-150 Raptor? Head on over to our dedicated article here.
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