Surprising amount of camoflage for a vehicle already revealed in crew cab form. Wonder why they even bother covering up the bed side, since most pickups look the same in that area.
The global Ranger is about 90 percent of the size of today’s F-150 half-ton, Ford says. While it’s a bit tough to judge those dimensions in the four-door configuration, this heavily camouflaged single cab Ranger appears to be generously sized. We don’t know the pickup’s official dimensions, but we estimate the cargo box is about 7 feet long. Even with the Ranger in disguise, we think the proportions look spot on.
Ford also reports that the Ranger will come with a variety of final drive ratios, from a stout 3.31 ring and pinion to an amazingly short 5.30 rear axle.