After a long wait, Ford finally launched a new model, the Ranger Earthearth. It is said to be the most capable off-road medium truck.

There are many changes to the model, such as a suspension lift and 32-inch all-terrain tires. As a result of these additions, the model is 9.7 inches off the ground, which is 0.8 inches higher than the entry-level Ranger SuperCrew 4 x 4.

A Fox 2.0 single-tube shock absorber will be added to the model, which is an adjustable shock absorber that adjusts the spring stability to achieve shock absorption of the vehicle.

Some details of the new model have been added compared to the Ranger’s base version, such as an additional 6.5-inch suspension ride and 8.0-inch rear.

The new model also features many new details, such as a steel front damper, underbody anti-skid plate, and advanced technology and systems. The traction control system has also been recalibrated to give the car better traction.

There have also been some changes to the look of the new model, such as a new hood step. In addition to the changes, there are also some reservations, which retain the same payload capacity and maximum traction as the regular model.

The new model comes with a turbocharged 2.3-liter EcoBoost four engine that works with a 10 automatic transmission, which gives the car 270 horsepower.

The developer has decided to start production of the model early next year.