He explained a few factors that have led to the company not planning an American version. It is based on the Global Ranger, and bringing the Raptor version up to US requirements will apparently take enough time and money to make it unbeatable.
Although not specifically mentioned, one of the major problems would probably be the Ranger Raptor's drive, a dual-turbo 2.0-liter diesel cylinder is not offered here. He also noted that Ranger Raptor was really developed for places where the F-1
These are the only reasons Salenbauch gave why Ranger Raptor is not in the United States cards, but we can think of others. A serious problem could possibly be the Ranger Raptor cost, as it may be too close to that of the F-150 Raptor. The nearest US market analogous to the Ranger Raptor, the Chevrolet Colorado ZR2, starts at around $ 42,000, which is only about $ 8,000 less than the approximately $ 50,000 Ford F-150 Raptor. For consumers, it is not that much of a jump to get a bigger bathing car. And for Ford, when 20-day reseller dwells time, why bother to create less profitable shop competition when people seem to be quite happy shelling out 50 grand for a F-150 Raptor?
Of course, we will still love seeing Ranger Raptor coming here. We love variety and have as many fun vehicle options as possible, but our hearts are usually not good for business decisions. One thing to note is that Salenbauch did not say Ranger Raptor would never come here and he and other Ford executives said they always listen to feedback and open up new models. So maybe you could come up at some point, but at least for the near future, we will not see a Ranger Raptor in the United States.