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We caught another prototype for the Bronco Warthog (Raptor), revealing new details, including the tire size and what appears to be Raptor-spec Fox Live-Valve Internal Bypass shocks.

Sasquatch-Spec 35” Tires Confirmed
The initial spy shots of the Bronco Warthog (Raptor) weren’t able to confirm the prototype’s exact wheel-and-tire size. These new shots—caught in bright sunlight and sharp focus—can now confirm that the Bronco Warthog is running on the same size set-up found on the Sasquatch-packaged Broncos. The LT315/70R17 tire size is clearly visible on the Bronco Warthog’s BF Goodrich All-Terrain T/A KO2 tires.

Raptor-Spec Fox Live-Valve Shocks Visible In Latest Shots
The 2019 F-150 Raptors saw an upgrade to Fox 3.0 Internal Bypass shocks with Live Valve technology—cuttting-edge units that are identifiable by their bright, metallic orange finish. Our latest front-on spy shots clearly show what appears to be the orange Fox Live Valve shocks peeking out from its black outer sleeve. The high-speed, Raptor-style intent of the new Bronco Warthog was made clear in Ford’s teaser shots of an airborne prototype, and the Raptor-influenced suspension spotted on this prototype further nails down its mechanical makeup.

The rear suspension shows signs of camouflage inside the wheel well, but one of our shots shows another bright, metallic orange-colored component peeking through. It’s impossible to see the exact suspension configuration, but it certainly suggests that the Fox Live Valve technology is in use, front and rear.

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We caught another prototype for the Bronco Warthog (Raptor), revealing new details, including the tire size and what appears to be Raptor-spec Fox Live-Valve Internal Bypass shocks.

Sasquatch-Spec 35” Tires Confirmed
The initial spy shots of the Bronco Warthog (Raptor) weren’t able to confirm the prototype’s exact wheel-and-tire size. These new shots—caught in bright sunlight and sharp focus—can now confirm that the Bronco Warthog is running on the same size set-up found on the Sasquatch-packaged Broncos. The LT315/70R17 tire size is clearly visible on the Bronco Warthog’s BF Goodrich All-Terrain T/A KO2 tires.

Raptor-Spec Fox Live-Valve Shocks Visible In Latest Shots
The 2019 F-150 Raptors saw an upgrade to Fox 3.0 Internal Bypass shocks with Live Valve technology—cuttting-edge units that are identifiable by their bright, metallic orange finish. Our latest front-on spy shots clearly show what appears to be the orange Fox Live Valve shocks peeking out from its black outer sleeve. The high-speed, Raptor-style intent of the new Bronco Warthog was made clear in Ford’s teaser shots of an airborne prototype, and the Raptor-influenced suspension spotted on this prototype further nails down its mechanical makeup.

The rear suspension shows signs of camouflage inside the wheel well, but one of our shots shows another bright, metallic orange-colored component peeking through. It’s impossible to see the exact suspension configuration, but it certainly suggests that the Fox Live Valve technology is in use, front and rear.

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Cool pics! What do we think the orange (shining under the rear driver's side door) is for? Large orange cables are typically associated with electrification. Could it be??
 

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Orange high-voltage cabling? Hybrid confirmed or that just something else?
 

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Cool pics! What do we think the orange (shining under the rear driver's side door) is for? Large orange cables are typically associated with electrification. Could it be??
I think that's just for hooking up to their testing equipment, those wires would get caught up and severed if they hang like that.
 

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What engine is said to be in this beast?
 

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Didn't the last Raptor prototype we saw have dual exhaust?
 

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I wonder if it will be four door only because that will be more stable at high speed off road.
 

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Dat stance tho
 

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Those are the exact wheels I'm wanting to put on my Badlands. Hopefully, they'll be offered thru Ford Performance or I can snag a set from a Warthog owner looking to upgrade.
 

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Dat stance tho
Do you think it looks wider than the regular Sasquatch package? To me it does, but that could just be the camo playing tricks on my eyes.
 
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