Although off road capable vehicles date back to the early 1900s, most were made for military use and employed tracks rather than wheels. The advent of off road tires, however, allowed for civilian use. After World War II there was a huge surplus of military Jeeps and lorries with big, deeply treaded tires. These off road vehicles, and in particular the Jeeps, proved to be popular as utility vehicles. As demand soared, so did production, and soon more capable and comfortable off-road vehicles were being produced for a wide variety of applications.
2014 FORD RAPTOR
Meet Scarlett, She is a 2014 SE Raptor that's been highly modified to be the ultimate in high speed off road driving while still retaining all the creature comforts and drivability of a daily driver. The 2014 model was the last year the 6.2 v8 was available in the Raptor, this one has a Roush Supercharger with a stage 3 upgrade that brings power up from 411 to 700.
2019 FORD RAPTOR