Not bad for cruising
That looks like a tight squeeze...Yep. This is a US-market Ford F-150 Raptor, and we've shoehorned it onto a tight and twisting British B-road. Not really its natural home.Ford knows it, too, and we won't
This thing is nuts
Why does anyone need six wheels?Well, it's a long-held philosophy that more wheels are better. It's simple math. More wheels equal more rubber, more traction and more social status. A theorem that finds purchase down in Texas, home
Anyone else want this?
If you held off on purchasing a pickup truck in the months leading up to the TRAIN law's implementation, then congratulations. The segment ended up being exempted from the tax increase.You resisted the urge to panic buy and-depending on
Off-road #goals
Texan tuning outfit Hennessey Performance is adhering to a long-held philosophy that more wheels are better. This is because it has added an extra pair of wheels to the rampant Ford Raptor. Along with more power. Obviously.It's called the
We'd be happy with the 'plain' F-150 Raptor
What does a Ford F-150 Raptor share with a Lockheed Martin F-22 Raptor? That's right, besides its name, literally nothing whatsoever. But that hasn't stopped Ford from creating this one-off F-22-themed F-150, which raised $
We want one for Christmas
American police cars, and the pursuit they're involved in, tend to fascinate those of us on the other side of the world who are more likely to see a police officer giving chase on a kalesa than in a V8 sedan
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