Will The Bronco Raptor Get Its Own Off Roadeo? We Ask The Marketing Manager


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The Ford Bronco Raptor is a hot new vehicle with immense off-road capability and devilishly good looks. It has so much to offer customers to ensure they have total confidence on and off the road. But now that we have gotten a taste of the Off Roadeo, the ultimate test drive for the Bronco, the question does come to mind: will there be a special Off Roadeo for the new Bronco Raptor?

A recent interview conducted by MC&T founder and editorial director Manoli Katakis brought up this very question to the Marketing Manager Steven Pham. The short answer to whether or not the Bronco Raptor will have its own Off Roadeo is that Ford plans on releasing more information on the subject later down the line, and they’re excited to announce that information when the time comes.

There’s a possibility that the driving school for the Ford Bronco Raptor might not be the Off Roadeo but something entirely different. Whatever the case may be, it’ll utilize the vehicle’s capabilities, which means customers will be able to experience what the new SUV has on offer first-hand. Be it as a passenger or driver, there’s bound to be dust flying in every direction behind the apex predator SUV. There’s also bound to be some excited and happy faces from customers as they get to experience what the Raptor has to offer.

2022 Ford Bronco Raptor: Details​

Under the hood of the 2022 Ford Bronco Raptor sits a 3.0-liter Ecoboost V6 that produces 400 horsepower, certainly enough to ensure you can get where you need to go with ease. Massive 37-inch tires connect the vehicle to the ground, and with 13.1 inches of ground clearance (more than even the Jeep Wrangler Xtreme Recon), you’ll be hard-pressed to find an obstacle that stops you in your tracks. In addition, the long-travel shocks, control arms, and coilovers give the vehicle a full 13 inches of travel in the front and 14-inches in the rear, further increasing the capability of the anticipated SUV.



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I've heard some interviews on this topic already and they all sound like something special is definitely in the pipeline, but that Ford is not yet ready to talk about it.

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