To match the beefed up engine, the Raptor R has massive 37-inch BFGoodrich All-Terrain T/A KO2 tires, which are the same ones used on the standard V-6 Raptor.

These huge tires give the Raptor R 13.1 inches of ground clearance.

To differentiate the Raptor R from the standard model, Ford has added several "R" callouts in a distinct shade of Code Orange,

as well as small badges on the grille, power dome, and tailgate.

The Raptor R also has a taller power dome on the hood, which sits about an inch higher than on V-6 versions.

Inside the cabin, the Raptor R has a mix of black leather and microsuede upholstery, and a pair of Recaro front seats.

It also has a unique "R" button on the steering wheel for drivers to access a customized, preset drive mode.

The 2023 Ford F-150 Raptor R starts at $109,145 and orders are now open, with production starting this fall.