American car maker prepares a big resurgence of this pickup, which is expected to come as 2018 Ford Ranger, according to latest reports. This mid-size pickup is well known name in car market. It was originally presented in 1982. During all these years, we saw various adjustments of it. Lastly, Ford stopped this model in 2011, after practically 30 years of production. Company continued to provide this truck worldwide. Finally, brand-new reports appeared just recently, and they talk about return of this truck. New truck is anticipated to come as 2018 Ford Ranger, and it will come completely upgraded, featuring plenty of novelties.
Revealed in December 2013, the sixth-generation Mustang presented not just a brand-new design language however likewise a brand-new platform that features an independent rear suspension for the first time given that the pony was introduced half a century earlier. It also got an upgraded engine lineup that included a turbocharged, 2.3-liter EcoBoost engine and became the very first Mustang to be sold worldwide. For 2015, the Blue Oval released the Shelby GT350, the first performance-oriented version of the new muscle car and now it seems that a GT500 is underway.
It appears like company's management is extremely pleased with this brand-new SUV, so they wish to use it for the North American market too, most likely as 2018 Ford Everest. As you probably know, Ford has only one true SUV in its lineup for U.S. market, while all other previous SUVs like Explorer relied on a crossover unibody platform. The only model that can be found in traditional manner is Expedition. Since this is a full-size SUV, there is a need for some smaller vehicle of this type. The Everest might be a perfect service. Designed primarily for the Australian market, it might concern the North America as 2018 Ford Everest.
We all got extremely delighted when Ford dropped information on the Focus RS, verifying that it was certainly reviving the rally sport badge and bringing it to the U.S. With 350 horsepower and 350 pound-feet of torque on tap, the brand-new Focus RS is a true chauffeur's car and has actually made a big splash in the hot hatch market-- a lot more so than Focus RS models of the past. In early June, reports began to emerge that the Focus RS was about to be kicked out of the top-range area by an even much better version called the 2018 Ford Focus RS500. If that name sounds familiar, it should. It was used back in 2010 for a limited-production variant of a beefed-up Focus RS. At the time, the news was all speculation, but we've now received 2 sets of spy shots that prove Ford is in fact on an objective to one-up its Focus RS.
The next-generation Ford Focus has actually been found undergoing winter testing. Reports recommend a faster Focus ST might come fitted with a 1.5-litre four-cylinder gas engine-- downsized from the current car's 2.0-litre system. Details of the new ST are still limited, but Ford sees performance models as vital to distinguish the Focus from its competitors in a crowded market. Up until now, ST models have actually been more popular than the more recently launched Vignale luxury variants. The 2018 Ford Focus ST are expected to maintain their formula of economical and available performance, combined with roadway good manners that encourage daily use.