2020 Ford Ranger pickup will receive a new Wildtrak X performanceAugust 26, 2020
The American brand announces that the 2020 Ford Ranger mid-size pickup is available for Australia. The truck has received new features and an exclusive Wildtrak X edition.
A special Wildtrak X version will be available for the Australian version of the Ford Ranger mid-size pickup. Riding above the “regular” Wildtrak, the Wildtrak X comes with Bi-LED headlights that provide 17% more light penetration on the road and 20% more long-range penetration. Sveta.
The 2020 Ford Ranger Wildtrak X also comes with an electrically powered automatic cargo box cover that can be activated using a key fob, a switch on the dashboard, or a button in the cargo box of a pickup truck.
Other features offered for the Wildtrak X include unique 18-inch alloy wheels with a matte black finish, black fender flares, black bumper guard with LED light strip, and a snorkel.
In addition, a new pearlescent body color called Alabaster White is also available for the American truck, while the high-performance Ranger Raptor now comes standard with “durable” paint. What’s more, Ford has also introduced FordPass Connect service as standard on all Ranger variants.
“Ranger continues to adapt, expand its capabilities, providing Australian customers with more specific capabilities and attributes to help them meet any challenges they face,” Ford Australia President and CEO Andrew Birkich said in a statement. “Now, with the Ranger Wildtrak X, along with the redesigned Wildtrak and Ford Performance Ranger Raptor, customers can enjoy their off-road adventure even more.”
Not so long ago, AutoTimesNews wrote that Ford is testing a multifunctional tailgate for an F-150 pickup. Testing spotted a prototype full-size Ford F-150 pickup truck that had a wooden tailgate. Earlier it was reported that the American brand still plans to introduce a multifunctional tailgate for its truck.
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