The new Ford Ranger MS-RT is developed for customers who want all the Ranger's unique features as a work car, but at the same time want a rally-inspired design. The exclusive pickup truck has been developed based on a Ranger Wildtrak and it will be available from the summer of 2021.

The Ford Ranger MS-RT's unique exterior includes a unique hand-built front, widened side fenders, 20-inch OZ Racing aluminium rims, MS-RT side skirts and carbon details on the side mirrors give the pickup an even more sporty look. Inside it has leather of the best quality. Mood lighting and heated front seats also contribute to a comfortable driving environment. Customers can choose from three body shades: Frozen White, Sea Gray and Agate Black.

Ford's SYNC3 infotainment system can be controlled from the 8-inch touch screen; a reversing camera can also help you when you park or to connect the trailer.

Ford Ranger MS-RT pickup truck

Under the hood, you will find Ford's Bi-turbo 213 hp 2-litre EcoBlue diesel engine. This delivers excellent performance and is at the same time very fuel-efficient. Together with a 10-speed automatic transmission and a selectable all-wheel-drive system, you have up to 500 Nm of torque, a payload capacity of over 1 ton and can pull up to 3.5 tons.

With the new Ford Ranger MS-RT, more customers can now find the pickup that exactly suits their use, needs and image.

Ford Ranger MS-RT pickup truck

The rally-inspired Ranger MS-RT pickup truck will cost at least $65,000. It almost like a luxury pickup truck.

The British company MS-RT is a Ford official partner specialized in tuning commercial vehicles.

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