They can only make the Raptor in Dearborn. Assembly line was re-tooled over the past year to accommodate.Ya I'd say it's a good possibility they could build some in KC.
As far as the red sticker I remember DMing Albert back in October asking him what the red sticker is used for because I remembered seeing it a long time ago. He said it's the Ford Performance Group and the Raptor. So I'm thinking some of the mustangs use it too
Ouch. Nearly 10K more than last year. I'm guessing it's probably either the new suspension or the Tremor is bumping the price up so much.Thought I'd share this
BY CONNOR HOFFMAN
APR 30, 2021
Car & Driver
The new Raptor, which still uses a twin-turbo V-6, will arrive this summer starting at $65,840.
- The 2021 Ford F-150 Raptor is $10,690 more expensive than before, starting at $65,840.
- It's powered by a twin-turbocharged 3.5-liter V-6, but a V-8–powered Raptor R will arrive next year.
- The new Raptor arrives at dealerships this summer.
The Ford F-150 Raptor is now in its third generation and it continues to use a twin-turbocharged V-6 engine, even though Ram has presented a challenger in the form of the 702-hp Hellcat-powered 1500 TRX. But the Ram costs $71,990, and the 2021 F-150 Raptor will be available this summer starting at $65,840. Ford's true answer to the TRX will be the Raptor R, which won't arrive until next year.
The new F-150 Raptor is powered by the same twin-turbo 3.5-liter Ecoboost V-6 as before, though Ford still hasn't released its power output. The previous model made 450 horsepower, and we're told we'll know more this summer. The upcoming Raptor R is expected to use a version of the Mustang Shelby GT500's Predator supercharged 5.2-liter V-8 making over 700 horsepower.
The new trucks now have a coil-spring suspension setup in the rear in addition to upgraded Fox Live Valve dampers, and there's an available 37-inch tire package. Ford has yet to release option prices for the Raptor, but it's a safe bet that a fully loaded version will push into a considerably higher price range.
The 2021 Ford F-150 Raptor is $10,690 more expensive than the previous generation in part because it's now only available in four-door SuperCrew form. The previous model year's starting price was for the two-door SuperCab model. Comparing apples to apples, the new SuperCrew is $7705 more expensive.
Link to full story: https://www.caranddriver.com/news/a36298758/2021-ford-f-150-raptor-pricing-announced/
No - I priced out a '20 MY and totally optioned out I was at about $73,400. Based on this it's about a $3995 bump with 37 package - (Not in the number is roof)Ouch. Nearly 10K more than last year. I'm guessing it's probably either the new suspension or the Tremor is bumping the price up so much.
That’s pretty much what I want to get for my raptor, hopefully it’s an easy process ordering one and hopefully receiving it for this year.Is this what I'm looking at for a "loaded" 2021 Raptor? Hopefully I can get an early allocation from a local Phoenix dealer for a delivery in 2021 which is much needed for my write offs.
Its more or less a replacement for the older FX4 package that used to be offered. It was an XLT base with a center console, upgraded 20 inch wheels with the option of getting leather, black wheels, and interior upgrades.Tremor will be IT’S OWN trim line. Per the vernacular from Ford it will slot above the “300” packages of the XLT series and just below the “500” packages of the Lariat series. Seems most closely to mirror a heavily off-road oriented Lariat, though.
Not to mention, you won't be stuck with that awful blue interior. I'm going 35's because I don't like the blue interior on the 37 package.Plus for $7,000 to get 37" tires and beadlock wheels, you can get way more upgrades aftermarket for $7,000 ... beadlock wheels and 37" tires would run maybe $3k-$3500