Ford's new and premium Ford Ranger Platinum elevates luxury to new heights. First-class interiors, elegant design touches, and a new 3.0-liter V6 turbodiesel engine are just a few of the features that Ford consumers can expect in the new model, which will be available here next year.
When Ford unveils the newest Ranger generation, it will include a newcomer to the class: the new Ford Ranger Platinum. The model lineup for Europe's best-selling pickup truck naturally includes well-known versions such as Raptor, Wildtrak, and XL, while the new Ford Ranger Platinum pickup truck raises the bar even further.
Exclusive exterior elements highlight the pickup's impressive look, while a sophisticated leather interior rewards the eye and the driver and passengers' sense of comfort. The new Ford Ranger Platinum is especially well-suited for highway driving, and Ford's new and powerful 3.0 liter V6 turbodiesel engine with 240 hp offers a smooth ride. The rugged pickup truck has a torque of 600 Nm, can pull up to 3,500 kg on the hook, and can carry more than a tonne.
The Ford Ranger has established the benchmark for pickup truck performance, adaptability, and toughness and sets the standard for luxury. The new Ford Ranger Platinum appeals to clients who value extravagance in luxury and technology while requiring a robust and dependable pickup. A quality that has repeatedly propelled the Ford Ranger pickup truck to the top of the European market.
Orders for the new Ford Ranger Platinum pickup truck have already begun in certain European regions, with buyers likely to be able to place their orders at the start of the new year. Its production is planned to begin as early as March 2023, with the first cars arriving in early autumn.
Ranger's innovative electronically controlled four-wheel drive is standard on the powerful Ranger Platinum, a Double Cab with seating for four people and the driver. Customers are comfortably transported to their desired destination when combined with Ford's 10-speed automatic transmission.
The Ford Ranger family inspired the exterior of the Ranger Platinum; however, this pickup was designed with an emphasis on giving a more elegant style. The 2023 Ford Ranger Platinum is based on the Ranger Wildtrak, responsible for up to 60% of overall Ford Ranger sales in Europe.
The alloy wheels with black high-gloss detailing are new and distinctive aspects of the new Ford Ranger Platinum's beautiful design. Customers will also benefit from a tailgate with a "soft-close" function, Matrix LED headlights, and practical roof rails, all of which are standard on the new pickup.
The car's opulent interior is lined with leather. The premium perforated and quilted leather seats, which have 10-way motorized adjustment and heating and cooling functions, assist the driver and the front seat passenger. Furthermore, the premium touch is represented in dark maple design accents in the cabin, while the car's interior Ambient light illumination offers a peaceful ambiance.
Customers have a great digital experience with infotainment screens, including a 12" touchscreen and Ford's superior SYNC 4A. Wireless phone charging is standard in the new pickup, as is a B&O sound system. A built-in FordPass Connect modem keeps customers up to date on the go, while Ford Power-Up software updates keep the car up to date wirelessly.
In addition to the various sophisticated driver assistance systems in the Ranger Wildtrak, the Ford Ranger Platinum comes standard with a semi-automatic parking system, blind spot technology (BLIS) with cross-traffic alert, and lane change warning and aid, which keeps the vehicle in its lane. A 360-degree camera also gives the driver a complete view of the vehicle in front and behind.
Prices will be announced closer to the debut.