Following the continuous success of the 2017 Ford F-150 as America's number one pickup, the American automaker is ready to conquer other markets as it ships the Raptors to China. This will be the first time that the Ford Raptor will venture into new a new territory such as China and it will certainly be interesting to see how things go from here.
2017 Ford F-150 Raptor: Venturing Into New Territories
According to report, one of the reasons why the 2017 Ford F-150 Raptor is being shipped to China is because the Asian country has taken an interest in American products such as the Raptor. Given this fact, it appears that the American automaker is looking to capitalize on the opportunity of being able to bring its products to China.
Accordingly, the 2017 Ford F-150 Raptors are the first pickup trucks from the automaker that will be sold in China. Thanks to this move by Ford, the American automaker may just get into the good side of the new President of the United States of America.
2017 Ford F-150 Raptor: Impeccable Timing For Shipping
President Trump has recently been grilling American automakers including Ford for building its products in Mexico and shipping in back to the U.S. Apparently, the mere thought of the U.S. importing its own products to its country does not sit well with the U.S. President. The timing of Ford's decision to export its products to China instead is certainly impeccable given the delicate situation the new administration and American automakers are facing.
2017 Ford F-150 Raptor: What The Future Looks Like
The 2017 Ford F-150 Raptor will surely be one of the standout vehicles when it arrives in China as the country is known to have congestion and pollution problems that make small cars top choices when buying vehicles. However, it was also mentioned that the Chinese market will not be able to get the 2017 Ford Raptor cheap as its price tag is at $48,860 excluding delivery charges. In any case, if the 2017 Ford F-150 Raptor can capture the Chinese market, the future would certainly look brighter for the American automaker.