The 2024 Ford Ranger Raptor Lightning is a rendering of the new Ranger and blends two completely unrelated models to create something completely electric. Based on the refreshed 2024 Ford Ranger Raptor Lightning, the render has a new style that resembles the style of its larger brother that is the F-150. It also draws an inspiration from its predecessor the F-150 Lightning, Ford’s first attempt at electric pickup trucks.
This isn’t necessarily the case, however, since Ford built the electric ranger back in the 90s. However, more important there’s another factor that is at work: the addition in the Raptor. What’s happening in this ultimate hybrid of electric and rugged?
2024 Ford Ranger Raptor Lightning Review
While it’s true that the Toyota Tacoma usually steals the spotlight when it comes to pickups of this type, however, the Ranger a model that returned in the year 2019 following a break in the US is a renowned and powerful machine. The place it can shine is in the form of an electric vehicle. While Ford demonstrated that large-sized electric pickups are possible, a lighter, smaller, and less expensive model could be the ideal solution.
The rendering is blue and features the famous Lightning decals on the sides and the rear of the bed. The decals have been around for a while, since the Ford SVT Lightning performance truck in 1992. The custom LED lights are in the front and back, and are accompanied by two light bars which run across the entire width that runs along the back of the gate. It’s a striking piece of art. There’s plastic cladding around the arches of the wheels as well as a skid plate underneath the front, which is only available in certain models that are part of the Ranger. In other words, the design is relatively standard apart from the elephant that is in the room. It is also the Raptor.
The front of the Ranger Raptor and the grille that says “FORD” are visible from a mile away and are complemented by the tough tires that are on the four corners. The 2024 Ford Ranger Raptor Lightning render blends the powerful Raptor and an electronic drivetrain that allows the pickup to go further off the beaten path thanks to the potential of batteries. As a Raptor vehicle, this will probably come with a hefty set of electric motors, maybe a less streamlined variant of the Lightning’s batteries and motor configuration.
Engine & Specs
Customers weren’t happy to be forced to choose a four-pot engine as the only option for a car. Ford took note of their concerns. The following Ranger provides the Bronco engine line-up. There’s a 2.3-liter inline-four EcoBoost of the last version is the basic model that has 300 horsepower and 310 lb-ft of torque. Ford’s 2.7-liter V6 EcoBoost, with 400 lb-ft and 315 hp is available in an upgraded version. Both come with a 10-speed auto transmission. Both versions, 4×2 and 4×4, are available.
2024 Ford Ranger Raptor Lightning preproduction model that will be available in late summer 2023. Actual production vehicles might differ. driver on closed courses review the owner’s guide before off-road driving, be aware of the terrain and trails you will encounter, and wear the appropriate safety equipment
It’s now available in America. It has the identical Ford Performance 3.0-liter V6 as the Bronco Raptor, with 405 horsepower and 430 lb-ft of torque. It also has an electronic two-speed transfer system (other 4×4 Rangers also can shift on the fly). Other 2024 Ford Ranger Raptor Lightning upgrades include a reinforced boxed frame, 2.5-inch Fox live valve shocks, a Watts Link rear suspension, locking front and rear differentials 33-inch BFGoodrich all-terrain tires, and beadlock wheels that can be added.
2024 Ford Ranger Raptor Lightning Release Date & Price
Although there is a 2024 Ford Ranger Raptor Lightning – which is priced at around $57,000 on the internet there is no plan on an electronic Ranger as of yet. A mid-sized electric pickup will surely be a hit such as The Ford F-150 Lightning currently starting at around $50,000, and the Ranger EV might be able to beat the price by a margin. It is lighter and may have a greater performance. If it was equipped with the same engine as Ford’s Ford Mustang Mach-E, it could put out 480 HP 634 lb-ft, and travel up to 300 miles. The Raptor Lightning is something else entirely: a robust and rugged electronic pickup that is the future.