The Raptor is based on Ford’s current aluminum-body F-150 but adds a wider track, burly long-travel suspension with robust aluminum lower front suspension arms and piggyback Fox rear shocks, the aforementioned 450-hp engine, and numerous off-road and convenience features that make it just about perfect for motorcyclists—especially the dirt variety. The Raptor is a ready and mean performer. The engine and new 10-speed automatic transmission get with the program hard, and the turbos mean that the motor suffers not one bit at high altitude like a normally aspirated powerplant does. We observed a steady 17 mpg for all kinds of driving. And when you’re feeling all Hoonigan, a multi-mode system lets you select the exhaust tone, suspension settings, steering feel, and drive systems at will. Heated and cooled seats, a huge panoramic glass roof, a quiet interior, good ergonomics, and the beefy suspension and off-road rated LT315/70R17 BFG T/A tires are ready for anything.