After several months of teasing, the new Ford Ranger Raptor will officially be revealed on February 7, which is just a few days away. This is according to a post on Ford Thailand’s Facebook page, and the performance-oriented pick-up truck will most likely break cover in the kingdom.

Based on what we’ve been shown in the past, the Ranger Raptor will most likely pack a high-output turbodiesel engine, providing larger figures than what the standard 3.2 litre Duratorq is capable of. A variety of drive modes are also available, including Baja and Sport modes, along with a four-wheel drive system.

There will also be plenty of Raptor bits to make sure the pick-up stands out visually from a regular Ranger – new grille, bumpers, upgraded suspension, wheels and many more. Put together, the Ranger Raptor should make easy work of difficult terrain like the Borrego Desert in the United States as well as the Australian Outback – places where development of the model took place.

Shortly after its Thailand debut, the Ranger Raptor will be introduced in Australia on February 8. No word on if the model will be introduced in the US, but given how the nameplate has been reintroduced there, it should be expected.

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