Just a Taste of the Next-Generation Ranger

September 16th, 2021 by

Ford Ranger

Just last week, Ford of Europe demonstrated a snippet of the next-generation Ranger pickup. A video of the midsize pickup trotting through rough terrains proved powerful off-road capabilities. 

Imagination is critical in watching the video, with the only actual visuals being impeccable hooning and the truck covered and coated in more camouflage than the Duck Dynasty. However, the video still provides some incredible insight into the upcoming Ranger. 

Expect a more oversized side-view mirror than the previous model and a mightier hood providing a compelling 3D effect. The next-gen Ranger’s headlights appear to drive inspiration from the Ford F-150 with C-Clamp. With the assistance of imagination, the lamp housing should host a sport-efficient LED lighting element as well. 

The teaser video reveals a truck having independent front suspension with a traditional live axle at the rear. Anticipate the new Ranger gliding on the standard ladder-style frame. Extended-cab and crew-cab variations are potential options for the Ranger with Global consumers left with the potential to own a regular cab variation. 

Ford Ranger Interior

The most recent Ranger is a hot commodity in the midsize truck arena, but the midsize truck needs an update. The Ford truck went on sale in early 2019, with some markets embracing the beauty as early as 2011. 

It is uncertain how much of the old Rangers hardware will transfer over to the new model. But anticipate the transfer to contain a hefty amount, especially since it’s the aspect consumers aren’t privy to seeing.  

Expect the previous Ranger’s powertrains to segway to the next generation as well. The 2021 Murican Ranger features a 2.3-liter EcoBoost four-cylinder engine that carries 270 horsepower and 310 lb-ft of torque. But imagination has taken over, so assume the new Ranger to premiere more horses in the stable. Wishful thinking here but, hopefully, Ford offers the astounding 2.7-liter twin-turbo V6 engine for the Ranger.

Don’t take offense to the description; a baby F-150 is good for consumers through many aspects, such as handling and pricing. Nothing is for sure except for time, and an on-sale date should premiere sometime in 2022. According to Ford, this Ranger will be the most resilient and most efficient in history.     

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