650hp and 881Nm of torque
Unnecessarily powerful pickup trucks are a rare, tremendous delight, and the modified F-150 via Roush Performance is both of those things; it is entirely unnecessarily powerful, and quite tremendous.Roush now tells us its incorrectly spelt NITEMARE 4x4 just did 0-
This or the Raptor?
If you find the F-150 a tad too tame, but are unwilling to make the jump to a full-fledged performance beast like the Raptor, Ford has a solution for you.This is the Ford F-150 RTR-a more intimidating
Meet the Aero X
Aftermarket accessories are a fickle thing. What might be seen as the coolest thing on earth by one car owner could be seen as absolute trash by another. Take for instance this pickup cover sold by Michigan Vehicle Solutions in the US.
A Honda pickup channeling its inner Ken Block
We're told that imitation is the sincerest form of flattery, so Ken Block should be mighty flattered at the car above. It's the work of a bloke called Alex Saint, who has taken a look at Kenny B's 900hp
Courtesy of Hennessey Performance. Meet the 758hp Hennessey VelociRaptor
Buy a brand-new Ford F-150 Raptor and it no longer comes equipped with a V8-instead, it uses a 3.5-liter V6 turbo derived from a Ford GT engine. This has displeased some people, and Hennessey is here to
Who wants to tell them they spelled ‘nightmare’ wrong? Shotgun not us
Hennessey isn't the only company pumping pickup trucks full of more righteous, American horsepower than they can or were indeed designed to handle. Roush is at it, too, and this is its latest creation-the appropriately named, grammatically irritating 'Roush F-
The chief tire slayer will be drifting a slammed pickup in Gymkhana Ten
Ladies and gentlemen, boys and girls, we give you The Hoonitruck.It's Ken Block's latest company car, one that will play the lead role in the upcoming 10th installment of his iconic Gymkhana series, handily dubbed, um, 'Gymkhana Ten.'Wanting
Supercharged super-truck pays homage to Ford’s own Heritage Edition specials
Hennessey Performance's latest creation is as much about a lairy paint job as it is a fantastical power output. This is the Hennessey Heritage F-150, possibly one of the most outrageous vehicles to wear a racing livery and a go-
And, of course, stronger
Has Ford just taken the next big leap in automobile manufacturing? Dubbed by American carmaker as a "miracle material," graphene is now being used by the company to build lighter, stronger cars with better noise reduction.Not familiar with graphene? Is this
You don't need a reason, do you?
As unlikely combos go, the Ford F-150 Raptor and Nurburgring is right up there. Mixing the two shouldn't work, but as drift ace Vaughn Gittin Jr so brilliantly demonstrates in this video, it so, so does.Watch as he slithers
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
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
It runs on military-spec rims
Not a single person, except perhaps John Hennessey, has ever looked a Ford Raptor in the headlight and thought "yes, this is excellent. I just wish it was a bit more...extreme." Well, turns out Mr. Hennessey is not alone. Welcome, everyone
Just how tough is this pickup?
The frankly polite noises the engine and exhaust produce just do not match the unhinged madness unleashed by this second-gen desert pre-runner. Something this big, this fast and this capable needs a well-thrashed V8 on full song to provide
A Ford F-150 Raptor on steroids
VelociRaptor. Yep, one of the best car names ever has returned as John Hennessey-a man who likes to make fast things faster-has got underneath the awesome new Ford F-150 Raptor and made it even more...well, awesome.Using the
One pickup to rule them all
Ford already had a monster pickup on its hands when it released the current-gen F-150 and its military grade aluminum alloy body three years ago. Barring some drastic design or engineering changes, how could the company possibly up the ante?
The truck of our dreams
What is it?This is the new 2017 Ford F-150 Raptor. The previous version exited the Ford pick-up range back in 2014 as the all-conquering, V8-powered desert sled. It was so good, we couldn't really see what
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