Ford’s 14th Generation F-150 will go on sale in U.S. dealerships in the next few months. The 14th-generation F-150 is powered by a 3.5-liter V6 hybrid engine that the EPA estimates can travel up to 700 miles in a single trip. An all-electric version of the 14th generation F-150 in 2022 will also be released.

Various versions of the 14th-generation F-150 have been announced, but none of the classic 2021 14th-generation F-150Raptor has been announced.

Ford’s high-performance pickup truck, which will be relaunched tomorrow, will compete with Ram’s 1500TRX.

Blue Oval has also been keeping a close eye on Mr. Ford.

According to an article in the F150gen14 forum, Raptor has identified the official color guidelines.

This guide identifies the Raptor’s “Code orange” paint scheme, Raptor’s unique color scheme.

According to the same release, the new Raptor will be paired with Shelby GT500’s same 5.2-liter V8, offering approximately 725 to 750 HP and 650 pound-foot torque, making ford’s new Raptor more competitive with the 702 HP and 650 pound-foot torque of the Ram 1500 TRX.

Most of these configurations are guesswork and can only be determined when Ford’s new Raptor goes on sale.