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Rendered Ford Everest Raptor looks production ready


With Ford having launched the highly awaited Ranger Raptor earlier this month, a recent report from Australia has suggested that the Blue Oval could be working on a Raptor version of the Everest.

Now mere days after the announcement by Ford Performance Head Jamal Hameedi to, Brazilian automotive artist Kleber Silva has penned a rendering of what a possible production Everest Raptor could look like.

In the same mould as the Ranger Raptor, the Everest depicted gets the chunky black grille with FORD lettering, black alloy wheels, satin silver mirrors and front skidplate, black and silver side steps, silver roof rails and door handles, panoramic roof and Raptor logo on the rear fender.

If indeed set to become a production reality, the Everest Raptor will most probably come powered by the Ranger's 2.0-litre twin-turbodiesel engine developing 157 kW and 500 Nm of torque, hooked to a 10-speed automatic gearbox co-developed with General Motors.

As the Ranger Raptor will be build, from 2019, alongside both the standard model and the Everest at Ford's Silverton Plant near Pretoria, a production Everest Raptor could just be a further boost for the local auto industry.

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