Electrifying Power: The 2025 Ford Ranger PHEV combines electric and petrol power for impressive torque and an electric-only range of over 45 kilometers.
Towing Titans: With a braked towing capacity of 3,500 kg, it matches the towing capabilities of the entire Ranger lineup.
Pro Power Onboard: Leave noisy generators behind – the Ranger PHEV features power outlets in the cargo bed and cabin, making worksites and campsites more convenient.
Electric Flexibility: Explore EV drive modes that grant you control over when and how to use the electric battery power.
Off-Road Ready: This Ranger retains its renowned four-wheel-drive off-road capability, perfect for those rugged adventures.
Innovation Hub: Ford's commitment extends beyond the vehicle, with the Ford Pro ecosystem offering comprehensive solutions for an easy transition to electric.
Pioneering Hybrid: The Ranger Plug-in Hybrid represents a significant step forward in Ford's plans for the mid-sized pickup truck segment.
Business Benefits: Businesses in low emissions zones will find new opportunities with this electrified Ranger.
Versatile Workhorse: It's not just a pickup; it's a versatile solution for work, play, and family adventures.
Early Adoption: Production begins in late 2024, and deliveries to customers are set for early 2025. Be among the first to experience the future of Ranger powertrains.
In a groundbreaking move, Ford is set to introduce the first-ever Ranger Plug-in Hybrid in late 2024, with deliveries slated for early 2025. This pioneering model represents a significant leap forward in Ford's commitment to offering a diverse range of powertrain options within the mid-sized pickup truck segment.
What sets the Ranger Plug-in Hybrid apart? It seamlessly combines the versatility and dependability that have made the Ranger Europe's best-selling pickup with cutting-edge plug-in hybrid technology. This means you'll enjoy the adventure-ready spirit of the Ranger, now with electric driving capability.
One of the standout features of the Ranger Plug-in Hybrid is its power-packed performance. Under the hood, it harnesses the power of a 2.3-liter Ford EcoBoost petrol engine, expertly paired with an electric motor and rechargeable battery system. This dynamic combination not only delivers robust torque but also enables pure electric driving for a remarkable range of over 45 kilometers. Imagine the possibilities for businesses in cities with low emissions zones, where this electric capability opens doors to new opportunities.
Towing prowess is a hallmark of the Ranger, and the Plug-in Hybrid version is no exception. With a targeted maximum braked towing capacity of 3,500 kg, it matches the capabilities of the rest of the Ranger lineup, making it an ideal choice for both work and play.
Speaking of work, the Ranger Plug-in Hybrid introduces Pro Power Onboard, a game-changer for worksites and remote campsites. With power outlets in the cargo bed and cabin, you can now leave noisy generators behind, freeing up valuable space for your gear and equipment. It's a testament to Ford's commitment to innovation and practicality.
But it's not just about power – the Ranger Plug-in Hybrid offers a range of EV drive modes, giving you the flexibility to choose when and how to utilize the electric battery power. Plus, it retains the Ranger's renowned four-wheel drive off-road capability, selectable drive modes, and advanced safety and driver-assist features.
For businesses looking to embrace an electrified future, the Ranger Plug-in Hybrid is not just a vehicle; it's a step forward with confidence and capability. Ford's commitment extends beyond the vehicle itself, with the Ford Pro ecosystem offering comprehensive solutions for a smooth transition to electric, including charging, software, and service options.
Hans Schep, General Manager of Ford Pro, Europe, sums it up perfectly: "The Ranger Plug-in Hybrid is a best-of-both-worlds solution for work, play, and family – offering customers zero-tailpipe emission EV driving for short trips, or hybrid performance that delivers incredible off-road, payload, and towing capabilities. And, with Pro Power Onboard for the first time, Ranger owners can power their work sites and campsites easily."