Shelby has revived the muscle pickup truck with the 575-hp rated Shelby Raptor.

Based on the 2013 Ford F-150 SVT Raptor, the Shelby Raptor adds enhanced power and handling, along with three Shelby graphics packages.

Shelby unveiled the Raptor at the New York auto show, along with the 1,200-hp rated Super Shelby Mustang.

Shelby American president John Luft said the truck was created to conquer any terrain with “serious velocity.”


Shelby mounted a 2.9-liter supercharger to the truck's 6.2-liter V8 engine, increasing the horsepower rating by 164 to 575 hp. A six-speed automatic transfers power to all four wheels.

An “off-road” mode calibrates the transmission, stability and traction control systems to operate under high-speed off-road situations. The Shelby Raptor is also equipped with 35-inch BF Goodrich all-terrain tires.


Only 100 Shelby Raptors will be built per model year.

Shelby-fying the Raptor costs an extra $17,995 — on top of the cost of the truck — which carries a $44,625 base price including shipping charges.


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