Details for CUSTOM CONTENT - HOUSE ACCOU - Ad from 2019-06-13

AS SEEN ON THE COVER
TAKING TECH OFF-ROAD
Today’s leaner, meaner 2019 Raptor is nearly 500 lbs. lighter than the previous generation
with its high-strength, military-grade, aluminum-alloy body, but what really sets it apart
is the tech underneath. Trail Control™ and our Terrain Management System™ make it
easier than ever to do what we do best: take you off-road.
SET THE PACE AND KEEP IT
Like cruise control for severe off-road driving, Trail Control allows you to set the offroad speed, with the system taking over acceleration and braking for enhanced off-road
trekking. This lets you focus on the course and steering while feeling more confident.
AN ENGINE BUILT TO GO THROUGH HELL
The 2019 Raptor has a high-output twin-turbo, intercooled DOHC 24-valve, 3.5L
EcoBoost® engine with port fuel and direct injection paired with a 10-speed automatic
transmission that generates a massive 450 horsepower and 510 lb.-ft. of torque.
DONNA BISCHOFF | vice president of sales and marketing . 3143408529 . dbischoff@post-dispatch.com
TERESA GRIFFIN | vice president of brand ave studios . 3143408909 . tgriffin@stltoday.com
DENISE KOSAREK | art director . 3146573312 . dkosarek@stltoday.com
FRANCESCA EALES | designer . 3144751268 . feales@stltoday.com
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no role in its creation or display. For more information about Brand Ave. Studios, contact tgriffin@stltoday.com.

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