Supercab from $49,520, Supercrew from $52,505.
The 2017 Ford F-150 Raptor is the most anticipated new truck of the coming year (sorry,Honda Ridgeline). We know it has at least 450 horsepower with the twin-turbo 3.5-liter Ecoboost V6. We know know it comes in Supercab and Supercrew versions. We know it has a sweet Baja mode for desert running. And as of earlier this week you can order one from your local Ford dealer. That means we also know the price of the upcoming model.
Based on a pdf found on Ford's fleet website (and thanks to Ryan for the reader tip), the 2017 Ford F-150 Raptor Supercab will retail for $49,520, and the Supercrew will start at $52,505. Both prices include destination. In terms of pricing hierarchy, that's more than a King Ranch model, but less than Platinum trim.
The pricing document also shows optional equipment. It appears the Raptor will have two equipment packages. The first, 801A, is $3158. The luxury package, 802A, runs an additional $9,345. Based on the 2016 F-150, these two packages should include some combination of blind-spot warning, LED side mirror spotlights, power front seats, automatic high-beam assist, and a tailgate step.
There are other standalone options listed, like the $1,950 Technology Pacakage. On the 2016 F-150 that brings in a 360-degree camera system, dynamic hitch assist, and lane-keeping assist. Other Ford vehicles use the Technology Package for different equipment, though, so the new Raptor's tech package could be different than the one on the 2016 F-150. Rounding out the list of are standalone options: Pro trailer backup assist, $395; remote start, $195; auto-dimming and heated side mirrors, $365; LED cargo bed lights, $125; power-sliding rear glass, $450.
Stay tuned for more news as the 2017 Ford Raptor nears it's on-sale date.