Ford 2019 Ranger’s Interior Gets Spied On!
Now, the interior of the Ford 2019 Ranger might look similar to those in the midsize pickup truck, which is sold in the outside U.S. markets.
A few spy snapshots of the camouflaged Ford 2019 Ranger that was testing in Colorado showcase a small infotainment screen that’s flanked because of a series of buttons. Beneath the screens, there are even more buttons along with two dials for radio tuning and volume.
Design of the Ford 2019 Ranger
The design is similar to those used on the Australian Rangers as well in other markets. Ford also promises larger touchscreen as per the trim chosen.
The center console of the US prototype wasn’t visible between the seats due to the presence of testing equipment.
However, it’s unclear just how much of the interior design of the prototype’s design will be carrying over to the car’s production models. Traditionally, Ford has a history of not commenting on the camouflaged or future products/vehicles in the spy photos.
These photos further show a lot more of the front grille as compared to the previous spy shots apart from bearing what looks like the standard tribar grille design of Ford.
The spy pictures also show a more aggressive exterior along with tow hooks as well as front skid plate mounted on the front bumper, making us feel if the Ford plans to offer the FX4 off-road package.
Ford also reintroduced an FX4 package for the redesigned 2018 Expedition SUV. There are even suggestions that Ford plans to offer its Ranger Raptor variant.
Although, it’s largely unclear about the possible engine options that Ranger will have, however, the engines should have the new Ford 10-Speed transmission that the carmaker plans to roll out across the lineup.