And its on auction.
The 2022 Ford Bronco Raptor you see here is the first Braptor customized by the Maxlider brothers.
The Ford Bronco Raptor is one of the coolest and most capable modern off-road vehicles. The standard Bronco is a favorite among aftermarket tuning companies. We've covered many of these cars being modified to high heaven, and few do it better than Maxlider Brothers Customs.
We've covered several of its builds in the past, including a classic Bronco restomod and an insane 6X6 machine costing an eye-watering $400,000, but this Raptor is possibly the most badass of them all. This unique Bronco is up for auction on the Barrett Jackson website and will be sold at Scottsdale 2023.
This SUV is the first production build of 150 Bronco custom Raptors for the 2022-23 model year. It features a factory LUX package, including a B&O sound system and hardtop, heated seats, a heated steering wheel, a carbon-fiber package, and a large display screen.
Loads of work has gone into the exterior. This Bronco Raptor features a set of 20-inch custom wheels wrapped in 37-inch BFGoodrich Mud-Terrain tires, an RPG 2-inch lift kit, a Maxlider modular front bumper with a brush guard, integrated LED lights, an 8,000-pound WARN winch, a matching Maxlider heavy-duty rear bumper, and 21 VisionX LED light cannons.
In the rear, you'll find a matching spare wheel/tire and Maxlider heavy-duty spare tire reinforcement system, while the underbody gets skid plates. There's even more lighting mounted across the car, including dual 4.7-inch LED cowl lights mounted on the side mirrors and a windshield-mounted LED light bar. The fender flares have been color matched, and all exposed metal has been powder-coated light gray.
The interior of this beast features a classy set of Whiskey leather seats with embroidered Maxlider headrests. Under the hood, this Raptor has received little attention, but not to worry, it's still a beast.
The Ford Raptor is powered by a twin-turbocharged 3.0-liter V6 engine producing 418 horsepower and 415 ft/lbs of torque. Power is sent to the wheels via a ten-speed automatic transmission. Nail the perfect launch, and the Raptor will reach 60 miles per hour in under six seconds.
This beast is set to sell with no reserve, and we think it should be worth every penny.