The next-generation P703 Ford Ranger was revealed to the world not too long ago, and with it came an exponential amount of information surrounding it. For example, the new Ranger will feature 600 accessories for customers to choose from at launch, three times more than even the Bronco. Ford also says that a significant amount are from ARB, bringing customers high-quality stuff right out of the gay.
With 600 accessories, the P703 Ford Ranger is exceptionally versatile, and Ford enables customers to personalize the vehicle to suit their needs like never before. So whether customers purchase a Ranger for work, play or family, new adventures are ready to be made. Recently, Ford has just released images showcasing just a few of the 600 accessories in action. In addition, we noticed that it looks like Ford will be offering a modular front bumper for the next-generation Ford Ranger that will be available with matching body color to the rest of the vehicle.
The Next-Generation Ranger In North America
The P703N Ford Ranger bound for the United States and Canada won’t be around until 2023, which is a little after markets like Australia and the EU. In the meantime, we will be getting special editions like the Ranger Splash for the current T6 model for the next two years before the next-generation Ranger will start rolling out of the Michigan Assembly Plant alongside the Ford Bronco. That being said, we will likely receive the hybrid trim upon its release in the North American market. We can expect it to be around for at least 10 years, with the product lifecycle reportedly scheduled to end in 2031.
For the time being, we have plenty of time to follow along with news about the P703 Ford Ranger and come up with ideas on how we might spec out the next-generation Ranger once it does finally arrive in North America.
Readers, just by going off the pictures, Ford has shown so far, what are some plans you might have for when the new Ranger arrives? Sound off in the comment section below.