Ford will bring a range-topping version of the Australian-built Ranger pickup truck to the Geneva Motor Show. The Wildtrak model is packed with convenience features to complement its great capabilities.
This tough and rugged but hi-tech pickup gets including Electronic Stability Program (ESP), satellite navigation and Bluetooth, voice control, and rear view camera. But it’s not like it’s gone all soft and cuddly!
The car comes with three different cab body styles, 4×2 and 4×4 drive trains, two ride heights and up to four series choices to suit every pocket and market. It also offers best-in-class towing capacity of 3350 kg.
The car gets two engines including the Dagenham-built, 2.2-litre four-cylinder diesel delivers peak torque output of 375 Nm and power output of 150 PS, whilst a highly responsive and efficient new 3.2-litre 5-cylinder diesel produces a powerful 470 Nm of torque is power rated at 200PS. The car is equipped with Adaptive Automatic Mode, which adapts gear shifts according to driving style and Grade Control Logic, which automatically downshifts when driving downhill and the brake pedal is depressed. It i just one of the fuel-saving technologies in this car.
The new Ranger is a very cool pickup truck, but it won’t go on sale in UK until November!