Ford Ranger is a mid-size pickup truck that has been a global success for Ford since its debut in 1983. The Ford Ranger offers a combination of style, practicality, and performance that appeals to a wide range of customers, from farmers and merchants to adventurers and families. The Ranger is also Europe's best-selling pickup, with a record market share of 44.9 percent and year-on-year share growth of 18 percent in 2022.
Ford Ranger has a comprehensive line-up that caters to different needs and preferences, from the entry-level XL to the high-end Raptor. Ford Pro has revealed two exciting, exciting, off-road-focused models for the Ranger family: the Ranger Wildtrak X and the Ranger Tremor. These two models target customers who require enhanced capability in challenging off-road conditions and feature a substantially reworked chassis with unique suspension upgrades, including advanced Bilstein dampers. Off-road focused driver aid systems provide enhanced confidence, while the two new Ranger variants possess a rugged new style that reflects their prowess in tough conditions.
The Ford Ranger Wildtrak X builds on the Wildtrak model with a 26mm ride height increase and a 30mm wider track width for sure-footedness on rugged terrain. The Ranger Wildtrak X also features standard Bilstein high-performance position-sensitive dampers that improve control and stability over bumps and ruts. The Ranger Wildtrak X also has an electronic locking rear differential and a Terrain Management System with six selectable modes: Normal, Grass/Gravel/Snow, Mud/Sand, Rock Crawl, Baja, and Sport. The Ranger Wildtrak X also has a striking appearance, with a Solar Flash Yellow paint contrasting with the grille's black accents, bumpers, mirrors, door handles, side steps, and sports bar. The Ranger Wildtrak X also has 18-inch black alloy wheels with all-terrain tires and Wildtrak X decals on the sides and tailgate.
The Ford Ranger Tremor is another off-road-focused model that offers even more capability and customization than the Ford Ranger Wildtrak X. The Ranger Tremor features a JPP 2-inch lift kit with Bilstein monotube dampers that provide increased ground clearance and wheel travel. The Ranger Tremor also has unique front knuckles and upper control arms that improve suspension geometry and steering feel. The Ranger Tremor also has an electronic locking rear differential and a Terrain Management System with seven selectable modes: Normal, Grass/Gravel/Snow, Mud/Sand, Rock Crawl, Baja, Sport, and Tow/Haul. The Ranger Tremor also has a distinctive look, with a Magnetic Grey paint that complements the black accents on the grille, bumpers, mirrors, door handles, side steps, and sports bar. The Ford Ranger Tremor also has 17-inch black alloy wheels with 33-inch General Grabber all-terrain tires and Tremor decals on the hood, sides, and tailgate.
The Ford Ranger Wildtrak X and the Ranger Tremor offer the segment-first Flexible Rack System option to maximize the load-carrying ability for longer items. The easy-to-use system consists of two crossbars mounted on the roof or bed rails to create different configurations depending on the cargo size and shape. The system can also mount accessories such as bike racks or roof boxes. The Flexible Rack System will also be available as an option for the Ranger Wildtrak.