In recent years, Ford has added a number of graphics packages to some of its models, including the Ford F-150 Raptor. The third-generation F-150 Raptor is available with an optional graphics package that’s quite complex, depicting topographical maps and adding other features to its rear flanks. However, the pickup comes standard with no graphics whatsoever, while the 2022 Ford Bronco Raptor is equipped with “Raptor” graphics above the rear wheel well from the factory unless buyers choose the graphics delete option.
The graphics delete for the 2022 Ford Bronco Raptor is a no-cost option, so it’s really up to buyers to decide how they feel about the Raptor script. While some will obviously want to show off their rugged new ride, others may not want to be so brash about it, though it’s admittedly hard to fly under the radar with such an aggressive-looking SUV, regardless.
The Bronco Raptor was revealed last month as the ultimate high-performance off-road variant of the sixth-gen Bronco, boasting a host of upgraded components including Ford’s H.O.S.S. 4.0 suspension system with Fox Live Valve 3.1 Internal Bypass Semi-Active Dampers, beefed-up Dana differentials, 37×12.50R17LT BFGoodrich KO2 all-terrain tires, and Ford’s 3.0L EcoBoost V6 – as Ford Authority was the first to report back in 2020.
The Bronco Raptor shares quite a bit in common with the F-150 Raptor, as Ford Authority reported earlier this month, though the two hardcore off-roaders offer several distinct differences as well. Both the Bronco Raptor and the new Bronco Everglades were added to Ford’s build and price configurator this week, though both won’t be terribly easy to find on dealer lots, as all 2022 Everglades models will go to unscheduled order holders, while the majority of 2022 Bronco Raptor stock will go to leftover unscheduled order holders as well. The Bronco Raptor starts out at just under $70k but is excluded from price protection offered to those carryover order holders.