Across Tacoma comes a whisper - with critics sharing secrets, quietly volleying specs and predictions. They’re debating the 2019 Ranger, trying to guess how Ford will update its design for a modern market.
We suggest that they stop assuming and start looking - because the 2019 Ranger has been spied!
According to PickupTrucks.com, the new Ranger has just been spotted in Michigan. The mid-size truck (which was originally produced from 1983 to 2012) was captured on film by quick-fingered fans; and its fascia design proves revealing from every angle.
Ford has transformed the Ranger into a modern masterpiece. Though it still boasts a slim profile (its cab configuration is expected to hover at six-feet), this truck delivers ample style. Sculpted fenders frame the front, drawing attention to the smooth character lines and clamshell hood. A mesh grille features custom badge details, while halogen projector headlamps wrap around the fascia. The bumper seamlessly follows the curve of the body and is molded in jet-black carbon; and all-season tires bring deep treads to every mile.
A full list of available colors hasn’t yet been provided. Critics anticipate, though, that Ford will pair this platform with the same palette as its bigger F-150 brother (Oxford White, Race Red, and Shadow Black are expected).
The 2019 Ranger is currently scheduled for a late-fall release. To learn more about this Ford pick-up contact our team today!