Many of the interior improvements that Ford made to the standard F-150 carry over to the Raptor, but much is new. That means buyers will still get the fold out center console that doubles as a sort of mini desk and the fully customizable 12-inch digital gauge cluster comes as standard. There are one or two things that are missing, however. The fold flat seats, for example, won’t be available on the Raptor.
Why? Because instead of regular chairs, Ford’s newest off-roader gets heavily bolstered leather seats (with fabric-covered foam side bolsters) to keep you in place while you race around the desert. You can have the base Raptor’s interior in any color you want, as long as it’s black with gray accent stitching. The lone option for the base Raptor is a “metalized film” finish for the appliqués, door spears, and upper glovebox door.
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