It’s hard to accept, yet the Raptor has been with us for a considerable length of time. In that time, we’ve seen numerous motors and always expanding capacities, yet the machine’s main goal has continued as before: consolidate rapid rough terrain ability with the straightforward usefulness of a F-150. On paper, Ford aced that objective. The 2021 Raptor packs a noteworthy 8,200-pound towing limit, which is above and beyond for a truck that is made to do 100 mph over the open desert. Yet, wilderness rompers have consistently realized that payload and towing limits are at direct chances with rough terrain execution. This week, we’ll see whether Ford has dealt with the incomprehensible with the Raptor. 2021 ford f 150 raptor stopped on timberland country road front end profile There’s a 450 hp, twin-turbocharged V-6 behind that grille.Zach Bowman It unquestionably has the power. The high-yield 3.5-liter twin-turbocharged V-6 produces 450 hp and 510 pound-feet of force, and everything gets channeled through a 10-speed programmed transmission. That implies the truck has the perfect stuff at the ideal time for any circumstance. Toss in a 4.10 hub proportion, and the Raptor has the issues that remains to be worked out for a strong next to each other hauler when it’s not slamming through the underbrush.