The next-generation Ford Ranger Raptor has recently been revealed and it is powered by a powerful 3.0-litre twin-turbo V6 which churns out 292kW. Noteworthy on the new powerful Raptor is the new active valve twin exhaust system.
Different modes for the exhaust are available on the Raptor, namely:
The exhaust system may be operated via the 'Exhaust Mode' button or automatically according to the drive mode selected. Interestingly, 'Quiet' mode enables drivers to keep the exhaust sound to a minimum and even schedule the mode for specific times of the day such as early in the morning or late in the evening.
'Normal' mode is the default setting which allows for a balance of comfort and feedback. This mode is applied by default under Normal, Slippery, Mud/Ruts and Crawl drive modes.
'Sport' mode offers a slightly louder exhaust sound over 'Normal" mode and is more suited for enthusiastic driving.
'Baja' mode is the loudest setting however it is strictly intended for off-road use. It offers the maximum exhaust note under all driving conditions.