Ford F-150 RTR Is Kind Of Like A Raptor Light

RTR is best known for their Mustangs, but the company has taken the wraps off their new F-150.

Previewed by the F-150 RTR Muscle Truck, the F-150 RTR package is available from select Ford dealers and can be installed on all F-150s except the Raptor.

On the outside, the truck is distinguished by a unique grille which features integrated LED lights. The model has also been equipped with extended fender flares, bodyside graphics and 20-inch wheels wrapped in Nitto Ridge Grappler tires.

Interior changes are limited, but include special floor mats and a serialized dash plaque signed by Vaughn Gittin Jr. Customers can also order an optional leather interior with RTR branding.

The modifications aren’t just skin deep as the F-150 RTR comes with a Fox 2.0 Coilover and Shock package which provides a “comfortable on-road ride and predictable off-road handling in even the toughest conditions.” Buyers will also find a front skid plate and a Ford Performance cat-back exhaust system.

According to RTR President Vaughn Gittin Jr, “The goal was to take the already impressive capabilities of the F-150 and enhance the owner and driving experience whether on or off-road.” He went on to say, “I cannot wait for my fellow truck lovers everywhere to see just how capable and fun the F-150 RTR is whether you are road tripping with the family, carrying supplies or shopping bags, doing some towing, enjoying the trails and roads less traveled, or spraying roost during some off-road excursions.”

The package costs $12,750 and is currently available to order.

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  • Zandit75

    Looks a little out of proportion on the Double cab version. I’m sure a Single or Extra cab version would look better.

    • Bash

      What out of proportion man?

      • Zandit75

        Sorry, should have explained that better. The wheelbase looks too long to me. Mind you, we rarely see these vehicles on our roads here in Tasmania. Our bread and butter utes are the Ranger/Hilux size.

        • Bash

          Thanks for the explanation. Cheers !

  • kachuks

    Its not exactly hideous, but who would put that grill on their Ford.

    • Bash

      Whoever would accept to pay the 12000 to do the conversion i guess. lol

  • TheAmerican2point0

    12k for some wheels, tires, shocks, grille, some plastic parts and a few decals. I could do that to my truck for 4-5k

    • Bash

      Agreed, and probably would look better too.

  • Ron P

    I have no idea who Vaughn Gittin is, and there is no reason why I would want his signature on my dashboard.

    • TheAmerican2point0

      A drifter. Look up some videos on the ‘Tube

  • Major Lee Gassole

    So they are saving people a trip to Advance Auto Parts by pre-sticking cheap fender flares and some other bits and bobs? Thanks, Ford! While you’re at it, please continue with overpricing everything you sell. What? You already did that? Thanks again! You ROCK!

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