Currently there are four different model year Ford Raptors on the market and since its release in 2010 the Ford Raptor has undergone various changes.
These changes range from cosmetic, to add-on packages, and performance changes. But which one is right for you? The Year-by-Year series of articles will go over the major Ford Raptor model year changes so you can make an informed decision on which Raptor better suits your needs and style.
2010 - Ford Raptor Introduction
During its first unveiling in 2008, the Ford Raptor captivated auto enthusiasts and kept their attention through the years. No other company had built a truck like the Ford F-150 SVT Raptor, it is truly a one of kind factory built off-road racing truck. From its initial release during the 2010 model year the Raptor came equipped with a standard 310 hp, 5.4 liter V-8 and 6-speed automatic transmission. But that wasn't enough for the hardcore enthusiast. Later during the year Ford unveiled a new 411 hp, 6.2 liter V-8 optional upgrade to satisfy power hungry customers.
Only one body configuration is available for the 2010 Ford Raptor, the SuperCab two doors with two rear-hinged half-doors. It boasts a 67-inch-long cargo box, and comes standard in black, blue, or white base colors with a Molten Orange Tri-Coat (+$495) color option. Optional packages include Luxury Package (Heated Front Seats, Power Adjustable Pedals, Audio System), Moonroof, Sync Entertainment & Navigation, Bed Extender, Tailgate Step, Rear-view Camera, and Trailer-Brake Controller.
- Standard: 5.4 liter V-8 (310 hp) (365 lbs torque)
- Optional: 6.2 liter V-8 (411 hp) (434 lbs torque) (+$3,000)
Packages & Add-ons
- Luxury Package (+$1,950)
- 10-way Power Leather Heated Front Seats
- Power Adjustable Pedals
- Sony Audio System
- Moonroof (+$995)
- Sync Entertainment & Navigation System (+$2,430)
- Bed Extender (+$250)
- Tailgate Step (+$375)
- Rear-view Camera (+$450)
- Trailer-Brake Controller (+$230)