Ford debuts its range-topping Ranger – the Ford Ranger Wildtrak – at the Geneva Motor Show.
Ford are showing off their range-topping Ford Ranger Wildtrak, all butch and blue with a fake rollover bar but a real ground clearance and decent wading depth.
The Ranger gets 9″ of ground clearance and getting on for three feet of wading ability. It also gets a choice of Ford’s 2.2-litre four-pot diesel with 277lb/ft of torque or a new 3.2-litre 5-pot diesel with 347lb/ft.
Inside the Wildtrak gets leather and cloth seats and a carbon-fibre-look finish on the centre console. Equipment includes decent connectivity, voice control, AirCon and 5″ colour screen with SatNav.
There’s supposedly ample room in the back seats for three burly builders and loads of storage space. That’s enough room for a six-pack in the centre console bin and a 16″ laptop in the glovebox, according to Ford. Which neatly illustrates the Ranger’s split personality.
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