The Ford F-150 Raptor R has beastly intentions. But is it any better than the more powerful Ram 1500 TRX? We answer this in the simplest way possible.

You won't believe how quickly time passes, but it usually does so when you're having a good time. 

Since more than ten years ago, American trucks have overcome obstacles that most crossovers couldn't:

sand dunes and a variety of adverse weather conditions, including hurricanes. 

There has been a lot of excitement since Ford unveiled the new F-150 Raptor R. 

This is not just ordinary F-150; it is the Raptor R, which is similar to a shark but more deadly, like the Meg.

The Raptor R is unquestionably the quickest and most potent off-road Ford pickup on the market. 

The desert-racing trophy trucks that participated in the Baja 1000 served as inspiration for the three incarnations of the F-150 Raptor. 

The closest vehicle you'll ever find to that level of performance is the 2023 Ford F-150 Raptor R.

Customers using their Raptor Rs off the road, with a snarling exhaust tone sending shivers down their spines, is something we can envisage.

It will be hard to find fault with the Raptor R. Is it really superior to the Ram 1500 TRX, though?

 We'll do some mental gymnastics to determine whether or not having greater power is the only factor that matters.