Matt Farah is one lucky dude for being able to drive this custom-built Ford
Raptor. Powered by an EcoBoost engine instead of the standard 6.2-liter V8, this one-off EcoBoost Raptor produces at least 410 horsepower and 500 lb-ft of torque. This is in comparison to the stock Raptor's 410 hp output. Starting off with a 2012 EcoBoost F-150, builder SDHQ added the Raptor's frame and suspension. Farah says he averaged 16.8 mpg compared to 11.5 in his own Raptor, which would save him some $1,350 a year in gas.