,While Ford recently disappointed the public with the statement that the mid-size Ranger Raptor isn’t in the plan for the US market, the Raptor version of the best-selling F-150 received the significant upgrades for the 2019 model year. The Raptor’s update followed the refresh of the F-150 range for the 2018 version while Ford offers now the twin-turbo V-6 engine with the Limited trim as well.
The Blue Oval Brand hasn’t changed the performance of the mighty bi-turbo V-6 for the 2019 version but the mode benefits from the Track Control system combined with the Recaro seats, new colors and wheel options and electronically adjustable Fox shocks.
On the other hand, Ford will bring the hybrid version of the F-150 for the 2020 model year while the company hasn’t promised more updates for the rock-climbing 2020 Ford F-150 Raptor version. After the significant updated for the 2019 version, big modifications are not expected. However, the rumors in the industry are speculating about the new V8 engine option for some time. But, based on the reliable sources, it seems that Ford hasn’t that option in the mind.