The all-new Ford Ranger Raptor, which made its world debut in Bangkok last week, is the second model after the F-150 to carry the famous Raptor moniker. With that, the Ranger Raptor becomes the most off-road capable variant in the Ranger T6 line-up, and it’s also the most powerful.

Power comes from the new 2.0 litre EcoBlue four-cylinder diesel, producing 213 PS and 500 Nm of torque. Those figures are higher than what the 3.2 litre five-cylinder Puma (200 PS/470 Nm) in the Ranger Wildtrak makes. This is thanks to a bi-turbo system, comprising a smaller high-pressure turbocharger for low-end power delivery and a larger low-pressure turbocharger for higher engine loads.

Mated to the engine is a 10-speed automatic transmission that channels drive to all four wheels. Through the Terrain Management System, drivers can choose up to six driving modes including the newest one called Baja, which gives the driver maximum off-road performance.

Other notable upgrades include a stiffer chassis, fitment of racing-grade suspension, bigger brakes, wider track width, taller ride height with improved approach and departure angles, as well as Raptor-specific styling for both the exterior and interior.

Watch the walk-around video and let us know what you think of the Ranger Raptor. Enjoy!

GALLERY: 2018 Ford Ranger Raptor world debut in Bangkok