Ford Ranger Wildtrak X

Ford has unveiled its new limited-edition Ranger Wildtrak X at the Commercial Vehicle Show in Birmingham. Limited to 1000 units in the UK, the Ford Ranger Wildtrak X features an enhanced styling kit and a couple of extra features.

Creating an impression from the outside

The Ranger Wildtrak X stands out from the crowd in its ‘Performance Blue’ colour scheme; the first time a Wildtrak has been available in such colour. Front park assist has been added and the front bumper and fog light bezels have been altered to give it distinctive and meaner look. As with the Wildtrak, a lot of the fittings, such as the 18-inch alloy wheels, side steps, roof rails and ‘Roll and Lock’ cover are finished in black.

Stylish on the inside

The netter cloth of the standard Wildtrak has been replaced with a premium leather upholstery with ‘Wildtrak’ stitching in River Rock. The River Rock grey stitching also features in the door trim, instrument panel and steering wheel. There are also scuff plates and floor matts unique to the Wildtrak X.

A born performer

The Ford Wildtrak X employs the same 3.2TDCi engine as the Wildtrak, which can produce up to 197bhp and 470Nm – making it the torquiest pickup able to tow 3.5 tonnes. The Wildtrak X inherits the generous Wildtrak spec which includes a reversing camera, interior lighting with dimmin control, climate control and an 8-inch infotainment system with satellite navigation and SYNC 3.

Ford Ranger Wildtrak X price

The Wildtrak X will be rolling into both Ford’s car and Transit Centre dealerships by late spring 2018. Prices have yet to be announced, but its likely manual versions will start from £29,000 plus VAT, and around £30,000 for the automatic.

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