Altered beast: Ford F-150 Raptor

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“Being the king of the hill is what keeps me awake at night,” says Ehab Kaoud, chief designer for Ford Trucks. Car Design News spoke to him about the latest iteration of the Ford-150 Raptor

When Ford unveiled the third generation F-150 Raptor, keen observers picked up on a few details that suggested the design team had learnt lessons from the previous two iterations. The mega-truck debuted in 2010 and remains a key weapon in Ford’s arsenal. A stretched grille, fender and quarter panel imbued the Raptor with a wider-looking stance to achieve a Baja-racer like design. 

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