Ever since Ford released the F-150 Raptor, it's introduced a lot of new people to prerunners. The Ford F-150 Raptor is available in a 4-door model, but for those looking for more interior space, Hennessey now offers the VelociRaptor SUV.
Our friends over at Brenthel Industries have done it again. Here is a really great video of the BI team testing one of their Recon 4 Seater Prerunners in Barstow.
Even though they call these prerunners, it is really like driving a Class 1 buggy. Just want the video and you will see.
With New Torsen Front Differential and Off-Road Front Camera
- 2012 F-150 SVT Raptor demonstrates Ford’s focus on raising the bar for off-road capabilities in a production truck, offering customers more of the tools they need to tackle everything off the beaten track
- New Torsen front differential is one such technology that increases grip significantly on the front end of the truck and improves its capabilities in handling obstacles, slippery conditions and steep grades
- Class-exclusive and patent-pending new front camera system makes its debut on F-150 SVT Raptor, enabling drivers in off-road terrain to see what’s directly in front of the vehicle, even when their view from the driver’s seat might be blocked
- 2012 F-150 SVT Raptor also adds style upgrades with a new wheel design, unique bodyside graphic and upgraded optional interior package with aluminum accents
I got a text message early in the morning back in the beginning of February from Brenthel Industries, "Hey we are testing Robert Pickering's 7200 truck in Barstow later today, can you make it?" After seeing the F-150 we featured back in November, I loaded up my gear and headed to Barstow.
This F-150 prerunner was built to fly.