The New 2022 Ford Ranger interior is officially shown with all elements redesign inside a new model truck as the fifth generation.
As Ford didn’t show all interior colors and only two trims Ranger Wildtrack and Ranger Sport, then we rendered other color options. Please note they are not official, just for preview purposes. We used the most popular colors: red, brown, blue, black, green, white, and gray.
Interior for 2022 Ranger XL, XLS, and XLT will be shown later.
Here is what Ford wrote about the new interior:
Customer-focused interior features:
Customers wanted a flexible, modern cockpit that caters to both work and family duties. So, Ranger needs to serve as both a workspace and a haven, providing smart and connected features with more comfort and storage options than ever before.
“We know our customers are looking for a smart and functional interior space that feels comfortable. So, we set about designing it with a high level of well-integrated technology, clever functional storage, and visual cues so the environment feels comfortable and spacious,” Tran said.
The heart of the Ranger’s connective experience is the large 10.1-inch or 12-inch touchscreen in the center stack. It complements the fully digital instrument panel and is loaded with Ford’s latest SYNC4® system, which comes customer-ready with its voice-activated communications, entertainment, and information systems. Additionally, there’s an embedded factory-fitted modem, allowing connectivity on the go when linked with the FordPass™ app, so customers can stay connected to their world. FordPass[iii] enhances the ownership experience with features like Remote Start iv, Vehicle Status Check, and Remote Lock and Unlock functions via your mobile device.
Many of the traditional driving mode controls have been moved from the dash and center console to their own dedicated display on the SYNC screen. With one button press, drivers can go to Ranger’s dedicated screen for all off-road and drive modes where they can monitor the driveline, steering angle, vehicle pitch and roll angles, and other controls.
The screen also is linked to a 360-degree camera to make parking a breeze in tight urban spaces or to assist when negotiating particularly tricky terrain while out exploring. In addition, customers can control Ranger’s new exterior zone lighting system via the touchscreen or the FordPass app, which means they don’t have to work, camp, or do anything in the dark. Ranger technology will also be future-proofed to accept software updates thanks to an embedded modem.
“You’ll find the interior plush but with the dual purpose of work and play in mind. The new short-throw e-shifter is central to the layout and is another example of where customers really guided our decision-making,” said Tran. “Customers overwhelmingly liked the e-shifter – they liked the fact that it looked higher-tech and that it was intuitive to use.”
The design team also created clever storage and useful features for owners. There are not only places to store your phone or charge it wirelessly (where compatible), but there’s a large center console bin to stash things. In addition, the door pockets are designed to carry more, the wide dash conceals an upper glove box and there are storage bins under and behind the rear seats.
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