The exterior of the Ford Bronco Raptor is unique and it cannot be mistaken for any other Bronco. It is only available with the four-door body, and the Raptor gains a unique Raptor hood, orange marker lights in a trim-specific Carbonized Gray grille with "FORD" instead of "BRONCO" lettering, LED headlights, steel bash plates, rock rails, and removable running boards. The Bronco Raptor comes with a heavy-duty front bumper incorporating Rigid LED foglights, off-road lights, removable end caps, and a steel lower section with tow hooks.
The Raptor has a Carbonized Gray hard top, a rear bumper with tow hooks, black taillight-protection trim, and black 17-inch beadlock-capable alloy wheels shod with 37-inch all-terrain tires. The front and rear tracks are six inches wider, and this is very noticeable in the Raptor's aggressive stance and wide-track bolt-on fenders.
The exterior dimensions of the Ford Bronco Raptor aren't all that different from the regular four-door Bronco. It's slightly larger in size in comparison to a Bronco Wildtrak with the Sasquatch package fitted, except for its significantly increased body width of 85.7 inches without the mirrors - up more than six inches, thanks to those huge bolt-on fenders to accommodate the increased track width and massive tires. The fenders are so wide that the mirrors only extend 1.2 inches beyond them, taking maximum width to 86.9 inches with the mirrors included. Its length is 191 inches, its height is 77.8 inches, and its wheelbase is 116.5 inches.
Approach, breakover, and departure angles are 47.2, 30.8, and 40.5 degrees, respectively, and ground clearance is a full 13.1 inches, with a maximum water fording depth of 37 inches. Curb weight is 5,764 pounds - nearly 800 pounds more than a Sasquatch-equipped Bronco.
|Ford Bronco Raptor Trims||Raptor|
|Max Width||85.7 in.|
|Wheels Type||Aluminum Wheels|
|Front Wheel Size||17" x 8.5"|
|Rear Wheel Size||17" x 8.5"|
There are eight exterior colors for the 2023 Ford Bronco Raptor of which six are no-cost hues: Shadow Black, Oxford White, Cactus Gray (gray with a hint of green), Area 51 (gray with a hint of blue), Code Orange, and Iconic Silver Metallic. The two extra-cost colors are Hot Pepper Red Metallic Tinted Clearcoat ($495) and Azure Gray Metallic Tri-Coat ($995).
It might not blend into the natural environment, but we love the Raptor in Code Orange, a color just as brash and extroverted as this SUV. And it's a no-cost hue.
Azure Gray Metallic Tri-Coat, an understated gray with a blue tint, is the most expensive color at $995.
No, the Bronco Raptor doesn't come with a sunroof, but you can remove the entire hard top and leave it at home for completely open-top driving - and the doors can also be removed.
The Bronco Raptor rides on model-specific black beadlock-capable 17-inch alloy wheels fitted with 37-inch all-terrain tires.