Ford’s 2017 F-150 Raptor can cost up to 73k image

The 2017 Ford F-150 Raptor is not only one of the hottest offerings in the pickup segment, but truly also one of the most capable – but how about discussing its top pricing details?

The Blue Oval automaker has decided to list the online configurator for the model and right now you can check every optional box to have the most opulent truck with lots of muscles around. Capabilities cost extra, so the $49, 520 starting price actually seems a bargain – though if you do go all out and tick all the boxes you’ll be able to load over $20,000 worth of options for a total price of $72,965. For example, when going from the standard SuperCab to the more spacious SuperCrew body you’ll need to fork $2,985.

Then there’s the 802A option package costing a huge $9,345, which gets you lots of perks: Sync 3 infotainment system with navigation, a limited-slip Torsen differential for the front axle, 360-degree cameras blind-spot monitoring, trailer backup assist, and LED convenience lighting in the bed and side mirrors. There’s also the Raptor Technology Package worth $1,950 that includes lane-keeping assist, lane-departure warning, automatic high beams, rain-sensing wipers, and adaptive cruise control with collision mitigation. After that you can add things such as the $1,295 twin-panel moonroof, 17-inch black bead-lock wheels for $1,165, the $1,075 Exterior Graphics Package and $900 Hood Graphics Package. And there’s more, much more. Feel free to check the configurator to build your fantasy truck.