2024 Ford F-150 Raptor Seen With Grille, Lights Update

Exclusive Uncamouflaged Look: 2024 F-150 Raptor

The recently-released Ford F-150 Raptor from the year 2024 is being tested on the highways, and we now have some images that were captured by Brian Williams giving us a Look into what we can expect when it finally reaches the auto market.

This 2024 pickup truck is adorned with a disguise, yet its camouflage is limited exclusively to the front and back, granting exposure to the innovative grille and lights.

Clearly, the Raptor presentation truck is a cut above the rest. It features flared fender flairs, a skid plate on the undercarriage, durable tires and an unmistakable front end that is exclusive to the flagship truck. Crucially, it also sports a redesigned grille and a completely new set of headlights and taillights. This reveals that the Raptor demonstration vehicle is truly one of a kind.

Spy photos of the upcoming 2024 Raptor show a distinctly remodeled grille, with wavy horizontal lines rather than the traditional honeycomb pattern featured on the existing Ford F-150 Raptor. Additionally, the smaller supplementary grille has been drastically altered.

Presenting the 2023 Raptor—today’s ultimate edition of the pick-up truck. This scaled-down grille sports a honeycomb pattern, but the prototype sees a bold array of three boxes in its open configuration, as found on other models beneath the Raptor level. This sneaks an extra dose of aggression into the truck’s look.

The headlights boast a small new LED element which bridges both the lamps and grille, much like what is seen on the Ford Bronco. Surrounding these headlights lies a light bar now composed of two separate “eyebrow-looking” designs, giving a novel twist to Ford’s main lighting element. It is perplexing that this LED strip is white while the headlamp outlines tend to be orange; could this be a final feature of the Raptor or merely a temporary design for the prototype?

In the rear, the tail lights have been upgraded to a brand new integrated design that utilises a curvilinear slash instead of a horseshoe-style form compared to the existing variant.

It is uncertain when the new Raptor truck will be available on the market. Prices for the present Raptor model can be found online beginning at around $79,000, and it is equipped with a potent 3.5-liter twin-turbocharged V6 generating 450 horsepower and 510 lb-ft of torque.


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