FORD E-TRANSIT - ALL-ELECTRIC. ZERO COMPROMISE.
A new Transit is coming. Purpose-built to be as tough, capable and versatile as ever. And now with zero-emissions while driving too. The E-Transit is the latest addition to Ford’s growing family of electrified vehicles, and the electric van is ushering in a new era for the iconic Transit van.
The 400-volt, 67 kWh battery-powered electric van is designed to help your business thrive whilst meeting its sustainability targets, delivering up to 217 miles (350 km) of driving range on a single charge.†
The all-electric engine means the E-Transit is an ultra-low emission zone (ULEZ) compliant vehicle. And Pro Power Onboard lets you plug into a 2.3 kW / 230-volt socket to power your tools wherever you are.
Available in two height and three length variations, the E-Transit is a large electric van that will offer up to 15.1 cubic metres of cargo space.More Details
Next Generation Ford Ranger Announced.
Customer input was key to developing the next-generation Ranger’s rugged new look. Ford spent a lot of time with owners around the globe, conducting more than 5,000 interviews and dozens of customer workshops to understand how customers used their pick-ups and what they wanted and expected in the new Ranger.
Visually, the next-generation Ranger is bold and confident, with a purposeful exterior that shares Ford’s global truck design DNA. The design features a defined new grille, and signature C‑clamp headlight treatment at the front while a subtle shoulder line down the sides incorporates bolder wheel arches that gives Ranger a sure-footed stance. For the first time, Ford Ranger offers matrix LED headlights. At the back, the taillights are designed in harmony with the signature graphics on the front. Inside, the car‑like cabin steps up, using premium soft‑touch materials, and prominent portrait‑style centre touchscreen with Ford’s signature SYNC™ 4 connectivity and entertainment system. 3
“Customers told us the Ranger needs to look tough and needs to inspire confidence,” said Max Tran, chief designer for Ranger. “They were very clear in what Ranger should be, both in the way it looks, and the way it makes them feel.”
Next Generation Ford Ranger - More Power Choices
Customers wanted a choice of more power and torque for towing heavy loads and extreme off‑roading, so the team added Ford’s proven 3.0-litre V6 turbodiesel and developed it for the Ranger. It is one of three turbodiesel engine options available at launch. 1
“The 3.0-litre turbodiesel V6 delivers,” said Pritika Maharaj, Ranger program manager. “When you drive a Ranger with the V6 turbodiesel, it feels like a much bigger truck. And it feels really tough in the sense that it’s got endless power and torque, which is exactly what our customers wanted.”
The next-gen Ranger will also come with a choice of proven Single-Turbo and Bi-Turbo 2.0-litre in-line four-cylinder diesels. The Single-Turbo comes in two different performance levels and delivers power, torque and fuel economy, 1 which is important to small business owners or commercial vehicle fleets. The Bi-Turbo engine is a more sophisticated, performance variant for customers who want more power but need to maintain fuel economy. 1
NEW FORD RANGER WOLFTRAK
True to its do-it-all XLT roots, the New Ford Ranger Wolftrak 4x4 pick-up doesn’t just look the part, it plays it.
With SAT NAV, matt black alloys, sports bar and an understated soft grey finish, the Wolftrak exudes a quiet strength. But under the calm exterior, there’s a powerhouse ready to perform. With locking differential as standard and our advanced 2.0L 170PS EcoBlue engine which delivers ample power teamed with the six-speed manual transmission you are guaranteed surefooted Ranger handling. Along with the signature heavyweight 1,000kg payload and 3,500kg towing* capabilities the New Ranger Wolftrak really delivers.
NEW FORD RANGER STORMTRAK
Introducing a new force in premium 4x4 pick-ups. With its powerful looks and imposing presence, the New Ford Ranger Stormtrak lives up to its Wildtrak heritage — and then some.
Exclusive Rapid Red body colour, gloss black alloys and trim and Stormtrak decals make a bold impression. While the advanced 213PS Bi-Turbo engine with ten-speed automatic transmission reminds you that this pick-up is genuinely an all-terrain vehicle. As capable and comfortable on city streets and country lanes as it is on rutted tracks and trails.
Transit Welfare Vans
The Ford Transit Welfare Vehicle from Clarkes is designed to take care of your workforce on the move. Built to carry up to seven people, this robust vehicle comes with standard messing facilities and a uniquely designed section in the rear that keeps the toilet and storage area separate.
Ford Freezer & Refrigerated Vans
Refrigerated and Frozen vehicles (built and designed in conjunction with Paneltex) available soon through the Ford One Stop Shop Vehicle range. Paneltex Somers offers a wide range of multi-temperature, frozen and refrigerated van conversions for Transit, Transit Custom and Transit Connect. Options include SuperFreeze fold-back side-load doors and a two-part, moveable and removeable Flexi-Temp bulkhead.
New Ford Ranger Chassis Cabs
The new Ford Ranger Chassis Cab is the latest addition to Europe's best-selling Pick-up range. The International Pick-up Award 2020 winner makes an ideal conversion platform for specialist industries that rely on rugged, dependable, go-anywhere vehicles. Based on the Ranger XL, the tough body-on-frame construction provides a solid foundation for conversions up to 3,270 kg Gross Vehicle Mass, with a heavy-weight towing capacity of 3,500 kg. And with selectable four-wheel drive as standard, the Chassis Cab delivers signature Ranger off-road capability.