Ford Ranger 2025: Concept, Interior, and Pictures. The upcoming 2025 Ford Ranger was spotted without camo, making the perspective unique. It’s not unusual to see a midsize truck Ranger on the road, but since it’s the 2025 new model (which is believed to be the next gen model releasing a year ago for the global market), it’s obviously noteworthy. For the first time, we see the model marketed for the North American market without a cover.
Price and Trim Levels
The new Ranger would be available in a variety of trim levels. The price range is believed to be as low as possible, beginning at ‘just’ $30,000. The base model, the XL, would cost roughly $30,000, followed by the XLT, which would cost $32,000. Following that would be the Sport, which would cost roughly $34,000, and the Lariat, which would cost around $36,000. The Wildtrack is the final and most expensive trim, costing $40,000 in total.
The Revised Strategy
According to the company’s plans, this midsize pickup truck will be overhauled for the 2025 model year, making it new and exciting. Aside from the outside physical alterations, the powertrain would also undergo changes. There is also the option of a hybrid option. There are two body options available for the Raptor trim level: crew cab (with four doors) and extended cab (with two rear half doors). Changes would also occur in the cabin, with a vertically oriented and large entertainment system similar to that featured in the SUV, Edge.
Performance and Powertrain
The 2025 Ford Ranger will very certainly use the same powerplant as the current model. It means that the new 2025 model will be powered by a four-cylinder turbocharged engine with a capacity of 2.3 liters. This type of powertrain has been shown to be powerful enough to give consistent and dependable performance. Ford claims that a V6 turbodiesel engine will be available, however it is unlikely to be available in North America.
They provide a variety of transmissions, including manual 6 speed and automatic 10 speed. However, it is quite likely that the new Ranger will come standard with an automatic 10-speed transmission for the American market.
Design of the Exterior
According to the appearance, the new 2025 Ford Ranger takes cues from its bigger brother, the F-150. With the ‘stolen’ aesthetics from the F-150, the front end styling, for example, appears bolder, more aggressive, and scary.
Furthermore, it’s hardly surprising that the new Ranger for North America appears identical to the one for foreign markets. In fact, given that it has been totally covered, it is somewhat surprising that the North American model has the same appearance. The cover always implies that there will be a minor difference or styling adjustment that will set it apart from the other lines, but it appears that Ford has been able to trick us all these years.
The truck has a new grille and a smoother front fascia. If you look closely, you’ll see numerous differences between the North American and global models: the backup camera, the sliding (rear) window, and the brake light.
Interior of the Cabin
The interior cabin would also be updated, making it look (and feel) more modern. Honeycomb (patterned) air vents, textured dash trim, and a digital gauge display are all standard. Digital buttons and controls would be available, as well as new (and improved) storage alternatives. A 10.1-inch infotainment display would be standard, and it could be upgraded to 12.1-inch. You can unquestionably rely on the 2025 Ford Ranger for your driving comfort and safety.