Raptor R price guessing game

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TXAG

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Strictly talking msrp, what’s your best guess? I’m going to call my shot and say it will start a hair over 80k. Loaded up with carbon fiber this and that they will no doubt break into the six figures.
 

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If it comes in a 35 package base will be $85k if only 37 than we are looking just under $100k and that would be loaded in an 801a type config.
 

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Whatever the upper limit on MSRP for the ’22 is, I’d say add +$15,000 for -JUST- the power train.
 

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95,000-103,000 MSRP My guess it will be almost fully loaded with a few stand alone options thats the reason for my spread.
 

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Many things in play here, and one great data point we have was the initial gen 3 reveal which talked about an “off road use only” Raptor. This was panned by the media and enthusiasts enough for Ford to walk back that comment. In reality, seeing what Ford did on the bronco (made a v8 for off road only) adds to the idea that I believe the R will be just the same… 150 or 200 made and for pure off-road use only. Sort of like the cobra jet philosophy too…
With the above said, I don’t think an R (if ever produced) will be available under $150k.
So, options are a TRX (can get under msrp now), or a PaxPower truck. I think the TRX is the winner there too though for price (incorporating the lower fuel economy too).
 
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