The front of the 2022 Ford Ranger has been revealed in a video (not available), showing the front of the American brand’s mid-size pickup, which will feature full LED headlights in a “C” shape, have a double stripe shaped over it, and with Wide grid, larger than the current model.
The lenses feature signature LEDs and dual LED projectors, with steering repeaters as well as LED daytime running lights. The bumper has moldings wrapped in details such as fog lights and the lower grille.
The 2022 Ranger features black tires on the wheel skirts, plus running boards and large mirrors. Apparently slightly larger than the current model. The new generation will have a stronger chassis and suspension modifications.
With production initially scheduled in South Africa, the model will be produced in Thailand and the USA, as well as Argentina. For now, only parts of the pickup truck have been revealed, such as the new LED lights, as well as the bucket hood shapes and exterior.
The new generation Ford Ranger, which has already been seen in extended or double cab versions, will receive a more advanced driver assistance package. One of the main advantages of the product will be the use of the EcoBlue 2.0 engine in Brazil, which may be 160 to 213 horsepower, with the power of the Ranger Raptor.
A 10-speed automatic transmission should also be available, although the six-speed option can still be used in addition to the six-speed manual gearbox. Thanks to the all-wheel drive system, the Nova Ranger will also have a digital and multimedia package with a screen of 10 or 12 inches.
With no manual option, the Nova Ranger should also have a hybrid version with a 2.3 EcoBoost engine and electric drive, putting out 362 horsepower. The Raptor version should have a 2.7 EcoBoost V6 with at least 340 horsepower and a six-speed manual gearbox.[Fonte: 16 Válvulas]
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