Ford put the pickup industry on alert by unveiling the new generation of the Ford Ranger, Which is "Most intelligent, versatile and capable of all time" and shares the company's global design DNA for these types of vehicles.
The new Ford Ranger features a crisp new grille and distinctive C-shaped headlamp treatment at the front. In addition, for the first time it offers LED matrix headlights.
The front wheels have been shifted 50 millimeters forward to get a better angle of approach; while as the rear suspension shock absorbers moved out of the frame rails.
Premium soft-touch materials were used in the cabin. It also has a portrait-style center touchscreen (10.1 or 12 inches) with the characteristic connectivity and entertainment system SYNC 4, which comes ready with your voice activated communication, entertainment and information systems.
This model incorporates the new propeller 6-liter turbodiesel V3.0 as one of three turbodiesel engine options available at launch. It will also feature a selection of engines 2.0-liter inline four-cylinder turbo and twin-turbo diesel.
The turbo is available in two different performance levels and it offers power, torque and fuel economy, which is important to owners of small businesses or fleets of commercial vehicles.
The biturbo engine is a higher performance variant for customers who want more power, but need to maintain fuel economy.
You can choose between two four-wheel drive systems: an electronic on-the-fly shift or a new advanced full-time four-wheel drive with a 'set and forget' mode. The offroad trailer it's more accessible with the prominent dual hooks on the front bumper.
The next-generation Ranger will be built at Ford's plants in Thailand y South Africa from 2022 and on Argentina 2023 since.