Kanye West recently purchased "two to six" Ford F-150 Raptor trucks, The New York Times reports, and he apparently uses them to get around his $14 million ranch in Cody, Wyoming, because why TF not. Curious about why he chose these whips in particular? Let's take a closer look.

Ford's F-150 Raptor is an upgraded version of the F-150 — aka the best-selling truck in the United States. Unlike the F-150, however, the Raptor is better suited to off-road terrains thanks to its gigantic, 17-inch aluminum wheels that are encased in all-terrain tires, its condition-adapting, racing-grade shocks, and undercarriage-protecting skid plates.

The model also boasts a twin-charged V6 engine, which translates to 450 horsepower and 510 foot-pounds of torque — that's 160 more horsepower and basically double the torque on the F-150. Plus, its extra-wide, stacked stance arrives complete with enormous branded grill, which means it looks pretty sick, too.

Ford is selling the F-150 Raptor with a starting price of $53,000 on its website, but Business Insider states that a well-optioned Raptor probably clocks in around $80k. And while it's unclear exactly how many Kanye owns, or how much he spent, we spied at least two in Big Sean's recent Instagram shot.

Check out Kanye with his cars below and take a closer look at the F-150 Raptor in the gallery above.

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