Sat. May 21st, 2022

The 2022 Ford Ranger has been teased again

Ford has continued its slow teasing of the next-generation Ranger out there, releasing this video of the vehicle to be tested.

The double cabin is covered in a specially designed camouflage, inspired by the similar pattern used on the Bronco R. Although it successfully hides the detailed details of the new look, this latest tease gives a clear indication of what to expect.

Ford has already teased the new Ranger test in Australia.

We know the new Ranger was developed by a global team, but led by Ford Australia engineers. It will share its grounds with the next Volkswagen Amarok and is expected to be a development of the chassis used in the Bronco.

Under the bonnet, a 2.0-liter four-cylinder diesel is expected with a new single-turbo version — producing approximately 130kW of power and 420Nm of torque — and a twin-turbo version of 157kW and 500Nm. Two new V6 engines are also anticpated, with the choice of petrol or diesel. The petrol V6 will have a capacity of 2.7 liters and have a pair of turbos to make 230kW and 540Nm, while the 3.0-liter single-turbo diesel V6 will make 185kW and a healthy 600Nm.

A plug-in hybrid Ranger is also expected as part of Ford Australia’s long-awaited move into electrified vehicles.

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