Ford will start prolongation on a regenerated Ranger after this year before it goes on sale in early 2019. In a meantime, Ford is out to infer a lorry will be means to reason a possess on revengeful terrain, with complicated loads, and in impassioned temperatures.
In this new video, a 2019 Ford Ranger undergoes several tests. The pickup travels to Davis Dam in Arizona to uncover off a towing abilities on prolonged high grades. In Australia, where pattern and engineering work on a lorry took place, a Ranger sweats it out in a Outback. Back during home during Ford’s Michigan Proving Grounds, a Ranger tackles intensely severe surfaces, so severe that Ford uses drudge drivers so humans don’t get injured.
Ford says that a Ranger is hold to a same standards as a F-150 when it comes to testing. “We woe each component—from a high-strength steel support to a EcoBoost engine to a cloth and leather-trimmed seats—to safeguard Ranger is prepared for any deteriorate and scarcely any terrain,” pronounced Ford Ranger arch operative Rick Bolt in a statement.
The Ranger entrance to a U.S. is powered by a 2.3-liter twin-scroll turbocharged four-cylinder EcoBoost engine, and outlay is still unknown. This engine will come interconnected to Ford’s new 10-speed involuntary transmission.
If a customary Ranger is means to hoop these heartless tests, we’re meddlesome to see how an off-road-focused chronicle would perform. It’s really probable Ford will move a Ranger Raptor to a U.S., given that a camouflaged antecedent was seen in Oklahoma with a steering circle on a left-hand side.