The facelifted version of the Ford Ranger has been recently spotted while being tested out on the open road, wearing some camouflage on its front fascia.
The North American based automaker Ford is planning to introduce a facelifted version of the popular Ranger as the pickup truck has entered its third year of production. The test mule pictured below has been caught on camera by our spy photographers and, as you can see for yourselves, it is wearing some camouflage only on its front fascia, which is suggesting that it will be a simple facelift.
The 2015 Ford Ranger is expected to come with a new front grille, probably the Aston Martin inspired one seen on models such as the Fiesta, along with redesigned headlights and probably a new front bumper. The rear end will most likely get some minor tweaks, and so will the cabin. As far as the engine lineup goes, chances are that the facelifted version of the pickup truck will come with the same units. More details on the 2015 Ford Ranger are limited for the moment and will be announced later on this year, close to its debut.