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In partnership with specialist vehicle company MS-RT, Ford releases the Ranger MS-RT, upgraded with choice street-focused parts.

23 Jan 2021 | International News : U.K.

Ford has introduced an exclusive new model of the award-winning Ranger pick-up, developed in partnership with vehicle design specialists MS-RT. The new Ranger MS-RT combines a motorsport-inspired appearance with a premium specification and unique, hand-finished detailing, offering customers a high-end, street-focused version of Europe's best-selling pick-up.

The new vehicle is derived from the Ranger Wildtrak, sharing its generous equipment list and one-tonne payload. The Ranger MS-RT's unique exterior includes a hand-built front fascia featuring a honeycomb carbon fibre-effect grille and integrated fog lights.

The Ranger MS-RT blends motorsport-inspired design with a road-focused truck
The striking side profile adds to the sporty character while 20-inch OZ Racing alloy wheels, extended wheel arches and sculpted side skirts create a purposeful stance. Frozen White, Sea Grey or Agate Black paints emphasise the imposing styling, embellished by carbon fibre-effect mirror caps, an aerodynamic load bar and MS-RT badges.

Inside, the cabin features premium leather trim with contrast orange stitching. Ambient lighting and heated front seats create a comfortable environment, while MS-RT detailing for floor mats and scuff plates adds a bespoke feel. The Ranger MS-RT comes with Ford's SYNC 3 connectivity and navigation system with an 8.0-inch touchscreen, and a rear-view camera helps when parking or hitching to a trailer.

Fitted with a 2.0-litre turbodiesel engine and Ford's 10-speed automatic transmission, the powertrain delivers 211bhp and 500Nm of torque. There is a selectable four-wheel drive system which is retained for optimum traction off-road, while a Maxhaust app-controlled soundbox is available as a dealer-fit option for customers desiring a sporty soundtrack.

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