“A motocross bike, snowmobile and an ATV rolled up into a pickup truck,” the Ford Ranger Raptor is a new performance vehicle build for off-road fun. Set to debut in the Asia-Pacific region (not coming to the US yet), the sports truck is packed-full with adrenaline rush-inducing features.

Powered by a 2.0-liter biturbo diesel engine with a 10-speed paddle-shift gearbox, the Ranger Raptor produces 210-hp and 369 lb-ft of torque, and offers a ground clearance of 11.1 inches. It sits on fat, 17-inch rims with all-terrain tires and has 13-inch brake rotors and Fox Racing Shox suspension front and rear. Various driving modes are offered (besides Auto), including Normal and Sport modes for on-road use, Grass/Gravel/Snow anti-slip modes, Mud/Sand mode for maximum torque and traction, Rock for uneven terrain, and Baja mode designed for high-speed dune riding.

Other high-performing details include electric power-assisted steering, lane keep assist, rollover mitigation, LED fog lamps, recovery hooks front & rear, sat-nav system, keyless entry, and an interior covered in grippy “technical suede.”

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