The 2023 Ford Ranger PHEV Prototype was captured during a test run in southern Europe.

Not long ago, there was news of a car coming out of the 2023 Ford Ranger that is preparing to come out as a Model Change of the current model that is sold today, which at that time felt that its appearance looked more stubborn. Originally, with reference to the design of the latest Ford F150, there was a good eye for photographers to capture its test run and not the regular version.

The 2023 Ford Ranger will be the PHEV, which was tested in southern Europe in the form of a four-door or Double Cab body. It will be similar to the Ford F150 and also has a roll bar on the rear pickup as on the FX4 model.



Interestingly, it lies in the engine, as it has been announced in Europe that a plug-in hybrid version will be available by 2024, but it seems that this will all come to a close sooner than before. The new Ford Ranger is powered by a 2300cc four-cylinder petrol engine coupled with Turbo Charge and a new electric motor, delivering 362 hp and 680 Nm of torque. meters

Ford started to get more serious about electrification when Ford introduced the Ford Lightning large electric pickup truck. Next up will be the Ford maverick, a mid-size pickup truck that uses hybrid power, which is an engine mixed with an electric motor. Small like the 2023 Ford Ranger that will come out in the version. PHEV looks like there is no difficulty at all, but what we have to look forward to the most is that Ford Thailand will dare to bring it to market or if there is a possibility, the best is to assemble it in Thailand at all. Yes, the price will be even cheaper than before.




Source: motor1


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