His camouflage patterns are inspired by the livery of the racing Bronco R.
Ford continues teaser campaign for the new Ranger. A month ago, we saw the first official video showing the prototypes in tight camouflage, and now the Australian division of the brand has published another video – with a pickup in a different, lighter camouflage.
Ford says the artwork is inspired by the livery of the Bronco R racing car and is designed to hide the Ranger’s true shape in daylight and night. It was developed over two months by the same team from the studio in Melbourne that drew the car.
At the same time, there was no task of making a secret the very fact that this was the next generation, therefore the NextGenRanger hashtag and a QR code were applied to the sides and door of the cargo platform, so that anyone could get additional information.
By the way, it is assumed that Australia, along with Thailand, will become one of the first markets for the new Ford Ranger: sales there should start in May 2022, that is, about six months after the world premiere. In the US, the pickup is rumored to appear much later – in July 2023.
At the same time, this time the model will be the same for all countries – adjusted for the inevitable difference in the engine range and trim levels. Among other things, gasoline and diesel engines with four and six cylinders are expected, as well as a plug-in hybrid installation based on a 2.3-liter petrol turbo four.