New 2021 Ford F-150 Raptor coming soon, but Ford’s barely talking

A new 2021 Ford F-150 Raptor is coming soon, but we already knew that. What we’re not sure of is when it will arrive.

Ford spokeswoman Dawn McKenzie confirmed the off-road, high-performance pickup would arrive for 2021, just hours after the set for the new F-150’s reveal was closed and before Denis Leary could pick what F-150 would be his best man. Motor1 first reported the story.

2021 Ford F-150

McKenzie confirmed to Motor Authority the new Raptor would be based on the newly released 2021 Ford F-150.

“Yes, we will introduce a new Raptor. We will have more to share at a later date,” McKenzie said in an emailed statement.

A new F-150 Raptor is almost as certain as the sun rising in the morning, although many assumed that the truck’s reveal would be staggered until about a year after the new truck arrived. That happened with the last-generation

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BMW M1: History, Design, Specifications

BMW M1 Essential History

Think of the builders of your favorite supercars and BMW may not fall on your personal short list, but in the late 1970s, the German automaker developed one of the more interesting mid-engine performance cars of all time. Born out of a desire to replace the aging 3.0 CSL race cars that BMW’s then-newly founded Motorsports division campaigned around the world, the M1 was to be a state-of-the-art Group 4 race car, but homologation requirements demanded BMW build 400 road cars to homologate it.

That’s not to say that BMW developed the entire car by itself. In fact, one could argue the M1 was really designed by Italians. Lamborghini was hired to develop the space frame chassis, Gianpaolo Dallara (a former Lamborghini employee) designed the suspension, and Giorgetto Giugiaro, who had recently founded Italdesign, was responsible for styling the car’s wedge-like

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