Ford Super Duty engineering manager, Aaron Bresky was asked about a Super Duty Raptor and didn't completely rule it out.
If Ford wants to go nuts before completely switching to EVs a Super Duty Raptor would be quite a swan song for their gas trucks.
The Ford F-150 Raptor was a smash hit from the day it launched, helping to spawn what is now a burgeoning off-road-crazed market. If one thing has become abundantly clear from the F-150 Raptor, Ford Ranger Raptor, and Ford Bronco Raptor, it’s that whatever gets the Raptor treatment is highly desirable and becomes an instant success. However, one product that hasn’t yet received the Raptor treatment is the Ford Super Duty. Thus, Ford Authority
caught up with Super Duty engineering manager, Aaron Bresky, to see if there is a philosophical reason why a Super Duty Raptor doesn’t yet exist, or if there’s something else preventing it from happening.
“There’s nothing limiting this as far as I’m concerned, and we’re always listening to our customers,” Bresky told Ford Authority
Executive Editor, Alex Luft, in a recent interview. “If customers are saying ‘we like the Tremor but where is the Super Duty Raptor?’ we listen to our customers.”
Currently, the Tremor is the most off-road capable version of the Super Duty, though that same name also adorns more rugged versions of the Ford Maverick, Ranger, and F-150 – the latter two of which slot in beneath the Raptor in their respective lineups. As for the all-new 2023 Super Duty Tremor, it comes equipped with goodies such as a front-end lift, unique 18-inch wheels, 35-inch Goodyear tires, a uniquely-tuned suspension, a Dana front axle with a limited-slip differential and axle vent tubes, Trail Turn Assist, and selectable drive modes including Rock Crawl.