The recently unveiled 2024 Ford F-150 is coupled with innovative new features and an updated back and front end. But the company didn’t stop there, as the F-150 Raptor and the Tremor have received some thoughtful attention to keep them competitive in the ever-growing off-road market.
2024 Ford F-150 Tremor: Details
Starting for the 2024 model year, Ford is adding an optional modular front bumper finished in a combination of Tarnished Dark Anodized and Carbon Black colors for aggressive front-end styling for the Tremor and Raptor trims. Paired with the Tremor-unique coast-to-coast grill, the new optional bumper facilitates the installation of accessories for even more customization options and capability. A light bar designed for increased visibility area is available to order along with a dealer-installed Ford Performance Winch Kit, with a Warn 12,000-pound winch developed by Ford Engineering and a brush guard.
The Vehicle Personalization team is working to offer more accessories soon. Additionally, the front clip, which includes all body panels from the side mirrors forward, has been given a unique Tremor treatment designed for the vehicle to add distinctive style. Ford has also added a Tremor box side decal, individual Tremor style running boards, and details such as accent stitching, decorative finishes, and floor mats to embody the essence of the exterior design. Ford off-road veterans listened to those customers to create a truck that would handle their demanding lifestyle, perfect for customers who want increased traditional off-roading capability compared to other F-150 models. The price for the updated Ford F-150 Tremor starts at $63,950 USD, nearly $15,000 less than the new F-150 Raptor.
2024 Ford F-150 Raptor: Details
However, if you’re looking for something more suited for desert racing, the 2024 Ford F-150 Raptor will be placed on your wishlist, with new Fox Dual Live Valve shocks to provide a more confident, controlled riding experience. With position-sensitive compression control standard, new continuously variable rebound controls work to further enhance both off-road and on-road driving thanks to Dual Live Valve technology. This new rebound control functionality allows greater possibilities to adapt damping to match body control to the off-road environment via Ford Performance-developed off-road algorithms. Sound familiar? That’s because these same algorithms have been implemented into the Raptor R, now starting at .
The Dual Live Valve shocks feature high-tech Ford Performance-designed off-road algorithms owned and used exclusively by Ford. Electronic suspension controls and Ford algorithms adjust hundreds of times a second, adapting response to the ever-changing terrain. This system perfectly complements the five-link rear suspension system launched on Raptor in 2021.
Looking at the outside of the vehicle, Ford Performance engineers designed the new modular front bumper to be an accessory-capable solution. For this new addition, available on Raptor series vehicles with 37-inch tires, Ford Engineers have modified the bumper end caps to expose more front tire compared to the traditional bumper offering – adding to the aggressive styling of Raptor and allowing for more capability in rough terrain compared to the non-modular Raptor bumper.
Standard forged tow hooks are placed at the front, much wider than the non-modular bumper. A wide blackout grille treatment with new headlamps adds even more aggressive styling to Raptor. As for colors, Shelter Green, a new exterior color for 2024 and unique to Raptor, blends perfectly into forested backgrounds while standing out in desert environments for a vehicle whose looks match its performance. New symmetrical hood graphics are also available, with one new graphic available for both V6 and V8 models. Finally, a blackout tape micro-texture paired with Code Orange coloring creates an unforgettable paint scheme.
The price of the new Ford F-150 Raptor starts at $77,980 USD, while more exclusive Raptor R now comes in at $111,550 USD.