When the 2021 Ford F-150 Raptor made its official debut, it was clear that this new truck is the most hardcore expression of the nameplate yet. The pickup takes the off-road formula we know and love and ramps up the capability, thanks to an upgraded set of Fox Racing Live Valve Internal Bypass shocks, an upgraded chassis, and optional 37-inch BFGoodrich rubber. The truck’s 3.5L EcoBoost engine may make the same 450 horsepower and 510 lb-ft of torque as before, but new engine mapping promises to provide significant increase in the low-end of the power band. Overall, the package is incredibly exciting for any off-roading die-hard. Now, customers have a chance to build and price their own truck, as the 2021 Ford F-150 Raptor configurator is now live. Here’s what you need to know about options, packages and their pricing breakdown.
2021 Ford F-150 Raptor Configurator
The 2021 Ford F-150 Raptor carries a base MSRP of $64,145. Not exactly a bargain, but you get a ton of hardware for that money. The real value comes when you spec the 801A High Package however, which rolls a ton of the optional packages into a single expense. For $6,150, you receive goodies like the Convenience Package, Torsen Package, Bundled Package and Tow Technology Package. Furthermore, this premium Raptor model gains some unique interior touches, like a heated steering wheel and the 18-Speaker B&O Sound System. This option is also required to spec some of the more desirable packages that customers will want, such as the $7,500 Raptor 37 Performance Package or the $1,995 Power Tech Package.
2021 F-150 Raptor Colors And Options
The Ford F-150 Raptor is available in eight paint colors, with Rapid Red being the only added-cost option. Should you want that particular hue, you’ll need to pony up just $395. There are two wheel options to choose from in standard spec, while the High Package brings its own set of 17-inch beadlock-capable wheels. Black leather seating is standard, while High Package customers can spec a unique Rhapsody Blue interior for no extra cost. If you stick with the standard truck, you can spec other exterior upgrades such as the $995 Carbon Fiber Package, the $1,075 Exterior Graphics Package, or the $695 Torsen Package. The Raptor 37 Performance Package negates the first two packages however, as it brings its own visual tweaks to the table. Other interesting options on the standard truck include the $795 Convenience Package, the $880 Tow Technology Package, and the $995 2kW Pro Power Onboard generator.
Fully Loaded: An $86,000 2021 Ford F-150 Raptor
If you fully load up a 2021 Ford F-150 Raptor on the configurator, you’ll be looking at an MSRP of $86,195 including destination charges. That is a lot of money, especially considering you can get a well-equipped Ram 1500 TRX for similar cash. That said, the Raptor has amassed a huge following of loyal fans, so we’re sure that won’t be a huge problem for Ford. If that is a bit too much money for your taste, you can always look at Ford’s other off-road oriented F-150 model: the Tremor.
On June 18, the configurator for the F-150 Tremor is slated to go live. That day will also see Ford update the options for other F-150 models, including the addition of the Onboard Scales and Smart Hitch, as well as Continuously Controlled Damping. The first two are packaged together for just $650 across all trims, though they do require the Max Tow Package. On King Ranch and Platinum models, Continuously Controlled Damping is also required for the slick new towing packages. CCD comes as standard on Limited, but is $695 on all other models.
You can build and price your own 2021 Ford F-150 Raptor with the configurator tool linked here.