Ford lost a series of F-150 Raptor cars right at the factory

USA - Brand new F-150 Raptor pickups with an estimated value of millions of dollars have been stolen from the warehouse at the factory in Dearborn, Michigan.

Ford announced the disappearance of a series of high-performance pickup trucks on June 10 along with a series of calls to the police, according to a Dearborn city representative. In the US, the standard F-150 Raptor starts at $69,900.

Last week, Dearborn police recovered 13 vehicles, mostly in Detroit - Michigan's largest city - and a few in Dearborn.



"There are traces of broken fences. When the cars are found you can see signs of damage and some things have been taken away, like tires. The cars are also in a damaged condition. damaged to many degrees," said a representative of the city council. One person has been arrested and an investigation is underway, according to the Detroit Free Press.

The Ford F-150 Raptor is wider, taller and more powerful than the standard F-150. The car possesses large fenders, long travel suspension, large tires, and outstanding power.

In March, at least 15 vehicles were stolen from the parking lots of at least three Stellantis assembly plants in Detroit, Michigan. Among these are new models including Ram pickup, Jeep Wagonner, Dodge Charger Hellcat and Jeep Trackhawk. In particular, there were 4 pickups that disappeared overnight, including a high-end Ram 1500 TRX priced at more than 100,000 USD. The rest of the models are high-end and expensive, like the $90,000 Jeep Grand Cherokee Trackhawk.

Ford lost a series of F-150 Raptor cars right at the factory Ford lost a series of F-150 Raptor cars right at the factory Reviewed by Dang Nhan on July 07, 2022 Rating: 5

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