Autoblog found a pdf on Fordís fleet website which listed the 2017 Ford F-150 Raptor Supercabís starting price as $49,520 and the Supercrew will go for $52,505. Both of these prices already includes the $1,195 destination charge so the two listed prices are what youíll pay for a standard model with no additional features.
No matter which variant you choose, both will come with a twin-turbocharged 3.5-liter V6 engine capable of pushing out at least 450 hp. Combined with a 10-speed transmission, long-travel suspension, and a computer-controlled 4x4 system, the F-150 Raptor will be able to fully utilise each of its six terrain drives modes which includes Normal, Sport, Weather, Mud/Sand, Baja, and Rock Crawl.
Also listed on the pdf were the three optional equipment package prices.
One is labeled 801A which will cost you an additional $3158, then thereís the 802A luxury package which goes for $9,345 and a $1,950 Technology Package. The specific content of each package wasnít released but if itís anything like the 2016 F-150 then we could be seeing features like blind-spot warning, LED side mirror spotlights, automatic high-beam assist, lane-keeping assist, etc.
If those packages looks a little too pricy for you, Ford will be selling more affordable standalone options
like the $395 Pro trailer backup assist, $195 remote start, $365 auto-dimming and heated side mirrors, $125 LED cargo bed lights, and $450 power-sliding rear glass.
Now we just have to wait for Ford to release the exact power and torque output for the 2017 Ford F-150 Raptor.