The all-new Ford Ranger Wildtrak influences its worldwide introduction at the 2011 Geneva To engine Show, a lively reduced get that conveys amazing force and security, great fuel effectiveness and critical capacity. It oozes a capable nearness reinforced by the most recent in-auto solace and advances.

"From the introduction of the Ranger brand to Europe in 1997, the Ford Ranger has been a major player in the European pick-up segment," said Jesus Alonso, Ford of Europe's Director for Commercial Vehicle Marketing, Sales and Service. "This all-new global model offers high-level technologies and impressive efficiency and safety. We are starting a new chapter in the Ranger success story."

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"Wildtrak's aggressive look and bold new graphics are a perfect fit for those who appreciate a sporty and more expressive image. It will look fantastic transporting the latest quad bike or jet ski for their weekend getaways," said Craig Metros, chief designer of the all-new Ranger.

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