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Update: the reference to "2023 Bronco Raptor" has now been removed from the engineer's profile, but you can see the original version below.

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For over a year now, we've been reporting that the Ford Bronco Raptor is coming - as a 2023 model year.

We've discovered further support of this -- a Ford engineer working on Bronco Raptor development lists the "2023 Bronco Raptor" in his Linkedin profile. He's currently designing the Bronco Raptor's EDS (Electrical Distribution System).

A vehicle's electrical distribution system is like its central nervous system - moving power and data throughout a vehicle.


2023 Ford Bronco Raptor Engineer Profile.jpg





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This is awesome but... makes me want to wait. ?
 

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My plan will be to get the 2021 with the ample power of the 2.7 and use it for a couple of years to see if it needs more power....which I doubt, and then get the Raptor if the performance differential justifies the price differential.

It’s not a sports car but a cool retro vibe time machine?.
 

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Isn’t there talks of the new Raptors getting the 2.7L engine anyways? If that turns out to be true it would be hard to get me to switch to a raptor if I can make a normal bronco into a raptor. I miss the old days when the Raptors had 6.2L?
 

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