Introducing the Ford Ranger Plug-in Hybrid with Pro Power Onboard

September 20, 2023



The Ford Ranger Plug-in Hybrid will deliver more torque than any other Ranger, thanks to a 2.3-litre Ford EcoBoost turbo petrol engine paired with an electric motor and rechargeable battery system. It can be driven in pure electric mode for more than 45 kilometres1 without using a drop of fuel or producing tailpipe emissions, helping customers save at the pump.


This EV only capability will be extremely useful for Australian Ranger customers, with more than half travelling 40km or less per day, and over 80% travelling in metro areas3.


The maximum braked towing capacity of the Ranger Plug-In Hybrid is 3,500kg4 – the same as the current Ranger line-up.


The Ford Ranger Plug-in Hybrid will also feature Pro Power Onboard™2 , enabling customers to power their tools and appliances on a worksite or remote campsite by plugging them into power outlets embedded in both the cargo bed and the cabin. That means noisy, bulky, heavy generators can be left at home, leaving more space in the cargo bed for other gear and equipment.


In addition to having on-demand electricity, Ranger Plug-in Hybrid’s EV drive modes will give customers more flexibility in deciding how and when to use the EV battery power.


The Ford Ranger Plug-In Hybrid also comes equipped with the Ranger’s proven four-wheel-drive capability, selectable drive modes and advanced driver safety and driver assist features5.


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Important Information

[1]  Pro Power OnboardTM may vary between models and markets and is subject to regulatory approvals. Electrical outputs to be published closer to the on-sale date.

[2]  Officially homologated energy efficiency figures including driving range will be published closer to the on-sale date for Australia using ADR 81/02 certification. Over 45km is the targeted range based on manufacturer-tested values and calculations according to the Worldwide Harmonized Light Vehicle Test Procedure (WLTP). Actual range varies with conditions such as external elements, driving behaviour, vehicle maintenance, payload, towing, battery age and state of health.

[3]  Next-Generation Ranger connected vehicle data, 1 June 2022 – 5 September 2023.

[4]  Maximum towing capacity-braked using a Genuine Ford tow pack. Subject to State and Territory regulations. To comply with these limits, occupants and / or luggage may need to be restricted to not exceed the GCM and GVM limits. For further details regarding passenger and luggage restrictions, please consult your authorised Ford Dealer and / or refer to the Owner’s Manual.

[5]  Driver-assist features are supplemental and do not replace the driver’s attention, judgement and need to control the vehicle. May not operate at certain speeds, or in certain driving, road, or weather conditions.