Recently, spy photographers snapped some pics of a slightly updated-looking Ford F-150 Raptor testing without camouflage around Dearborn. The front and sides of the truck look completely unchanged, while the tailgate appears to have been tweaked ever-so-slightly, with the crease toward the bottom of the panel now ironed out and the alphanumerics “F-150” stamped into the metal.
You can find the spy shots over at Motoring.com.au.
Much more important, however, is that Motoring reports the 2018 Ford F-150 Raptor will be getting a new 5-link rear suspension setup with coil springs, in place of the current leaf-spring rear. We ourselves hadn’t seen or heard about this prior, but if true, it could mean a small bump in cost, along with benefits such as better flex and improved jump-ability.
Apart from that, don’t expect much to change on the 2018 F-150 Raptor; Ford knows it has a winning formula with its 10-speed automatic transmission and 450-horsepower, 3.5-liter EcoBoost V6. Check Motoring.com.au for the latest spy shots.