It shouldn't be rocket science. Ford sells vehicles globally and they have local maps on them. Go visit your local Ford dealer who sells the normal local models and see if they'll let you pull the SD card out of one of the cars and plug into your Raptor. Keep in mind it'll probably only work on a 2013 Raptor - they updated the nav software from 2012 so the map data may not work in an older unit. Navteq powers Ford's Sync MyFord Touch - Telecompaper Location data provider Navteq has been selected by Ford Motor Company to be their exclusive map supplier for the Sync MyFord Touch in-vehicle navigation system. The agreement positions Navteq as the map data provider for the Sync with MyFord Touch SD-card based navigation system in North America, South America, Middle East, Russia and Europe. Navteq maps powers more than 24 million in-vehicle navigation systems worldwide. MyFord Touch featuring Navteq map data is scheduled to launch on multiple 2013 Ford and Lincoln vehicles in North America early next year with expanded features such as Navteq Voice, Speed Limit information, Enhanced Junction View Content, 3D Landmarks, and Navteq Traffic Patterns. The North American launch will be followed by the system's launch in South America, Europe, Russia and the Middle East. The available navigation system will also be equipped with some of Navteq's content specific to each respective region.