Here’s All You Need To Know About The 2022 Ford Ranger
Who says change isn’t always welcome? Look at the response for the 2022 Ford Ranger, and you might be forced to reconsider that statement.
Ford, the leading automaker, has been selling the Ranger in its same form since 2011, and it has finally unveiled an updated version of the pick-up truck that’s making fans go head over heels in love with the rare beauty. The model that went off showrooms in huge numbers in 2020 has always been the apple of people’s eyes, and now, when its modified version is about to hit the roads next year, people can hardly control their excitement.
2022 Ford Ranger
The new Ford Ranger has been designed keeping in mind the F-150 large pick-up and new Bronco SUV. It’s 50mm wider than its previous version, and incorporates a larger radiator grille with a shiny Ford badge on top. The grille extends to the farthest corner of the truck, where the C-clamp daytime running lights sit smartly. Moving on to the rear, the new tailgate design flaunts the Ford name imprinted on the metal with noticeable wheel arches at the sides. There’s even an extra step on both sides of the rear bumper with never-before-seen lights installed.
As for the engine, the American manufacturer has opted for the 2.0-liter diesel engine while adding a slight touch to its cooling system. If reports are anything to go by, there will also be two single-turbocharged variants and a twin-turbocharged variant in the lineup, both of whose details are slim right now. Rumors about a new 3.0-liter diesel V6 in higher ranks are also making rounds on the internet, but the automaker hasn’t confirmed it yet. Also, there might be a turbocharged 2.3-liter four-cylinder petrol engine for limited markets, but again, until Ford confirms the news, we can’t say much about its authenticity.
Now since we are on the topic, there’s some good news confirmed by the automaker. Ford has promised that soon there will be a Ranger available with an electrified drivetrain. Though its specifications or timeframe aren’t out yet, we can predict its arrival sometime after the Ranger’s launch in 2022. As for the upcoming model, there’s been a shift in the gearboxes. Now the 2022 Ranger will have five and six-speed manual gearboxes. It will also have two options for the four-wheel-drive system. The vehicle will be available in different body types and feature a 10.0in or 12.0in portrait-orientated touchscreen with the latest version of Ford’s Sync4 infotainment system.
Wrapping it up!
There are some more features still hidden about the car, but hopefully, as time passes, they will be revealed too. Also, the date of launch will soon be declared by the automaker. Till that happens, keep a strict watch on Ford’s social sites, or else you might miss out on the info.
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