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2018 Ford Ranger Raptor: All the numbers you need to know

By Cameron Kirby, 07 Feb 2018 News

Ford Ranger Raptor numbers

Arm yourself for the pub with every important fact and figure about the big, bad Ranger Raptor

THE Ford Ranger Raptor has been revealed in Thailand, with beefy wide-body panels and a more powerful, four-cylinder diesel engine.

Engineered in Australia, the Ford Ranger Raptor was designed to be able to conquer the toughest terrain at seriously high speeds, without breaking a sweat – or itself.

Here are all the key facts and figures you need to know about the new King of the Ranger range:

  • 2.0-litres: the size of the new twin-turbo diesel four-cylinder engine which sits under the bonnet
  • 157kW: peak power arrives at 3750rpm
  • 500Nm: available torque sent to all four wheels between 1750 and 2000rpm without recourse to overboost
  • 170km/h: the target speed engineers wanted to achieve off-road with the Ranger Raptor

  • 1873mm: height of the Ranger Raptor
  • 2180mm: width of the Ranger Raptor
  • 5398mm: length of the Ranger Raptor
  • 283mm: ride height of the Ranger Raptor

  • 150mm: wider track over the standard ranger thanks to beefier bodywork and a new Watts link rear suspension setup
  • 56mm: added ride height over the Ranger Wildtrak
  • 236mm: front suspension travel – an increase of 32 percent over the Ranger Wildtrak
  • 290mm: rear suspension travel (22 percent increase)

  • 46.6mm: size of the heavy duty Fox shock pistons, which come with remote reservoirs
  • 32.5 degrees: approach angle, brought about by suspension and bumper changes
  • 24 degrees: the maximum departure angle possible
  • 2.3mm: thickness of its steel bash plate for when tackling aggressive terrain

  • 881Nm: maximum amount of torque the new 10-speed transmission fitted to the Ranger Raptor is rated for
  • 2.5 tonnes: rated towing capacity of the integrated tow bar
  • 3.8 tonnes: rating for the pair of tow hooks
  • 1560x1743mm: size of the rear tray

  • 332x32mm: size of the front brake rotors
  • 332x24mm: size of the rear brake rotors
  • 285/70R17: dimensions of the BF Goodrich All Terrain TA Comp tyres fitted to each corner
  • 6: number of different drive modes, including Baja, Grass, Gravel, Snow, Mud/Sand, and Rock
  • 40mm: extra width of the square-punched aluminium side steps to fill out the gap between its flared arches