Naturally, options run the gamut with wheel and tire upgrades, a specialty rear bumper, an integrated LED light bar, and of course a serious winch to match the off-road suspension options.
Specifics haven't been detailed, but you can expect fuel economy to be squarely in the if-you-have-to-ask-you-can’t-afford-it range. Pricing starts at around $160,000, for which you'll have a spot in line and a wait of about six months while the souls of lesser SUVs are crushed, melted, and used to make the VelociRaptor's body.
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