Ford Ranger Black Edition to be limited to only 2,500 copies

Updated Oct 05, 2020 | Same topic: Latest Consumer Reports
The Black Edition Ranger will debut at Frankfurt this month.

Ford is rushing to prepare for the Frankfurt Motor Show. The automaker has introduced a brand-new special edition pick-up truck – an all-black Ford Ranger, which will be rolled out at the show later this month.

Blacked to the max, the latest pickup Ford Ranger is adorned with black front grill, sports bar, alloy wheels, door handles, among others. The body itself is covered by a special color called “Absolute Black”. According to sources, the standard double cab for the Black Edition is limited to just 2,500 copies, no single cap versions will be manufactured.

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Stepping inside, the Black Edition Ford Rangers benefit from a Ford SYNC 3 touchscreen infotainment system. Dual-zone climate control is added, while front and rear parking sensors, leather upholstery, heated door mirrors, and power-folding are also included.

The Black Edition should come with two turbo-diesel options. The first option is the entry-level 2.2-liter four cylinder engine which delivers an output of 160 PS and 385 Nm of torque. The second option is the 3.2-liter 5-cylinder engine which puts out 200 PS and 470 Nm of torque. Both are paired with either a 6-speed automatic or manual transmission.

According to Hans Schep, General Manager of Commercial Vehicles at Ford of Europe, Ford Ranger is always a fashionable and muscular pickup truck from Ford. The Ranger is for truck purchasers who want to a low-cost, practical, rugged, maneuverable pickup. 

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Black Edition Ford Ranger angular rear view

The body itself is covered by a special color called “Absolute Black”

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