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  1. However the media kit produced by ford would suggest that it is related to the ford transit custom and vw transporter vehicles.
  2. It has been announced previously for North America and is referred to on the 2020 Transit Overview on the Ford North America website.
  3. I think you will find the statement relates in part to the replacement of the 3.2 litre Powerstroke with a 2.0 litre diesel.
  4. PRH60

    Fusion styled crossover?

    jpd80, I think the front mule is a widened and lengthened Focus wagon not a Mondeo wagon.
  5. It is obviously a mule, however an interesting point to note is that the photographs of the camouflaged Bronco mules to date show what appear to be Ford Ranger bodies not Ford Ranger Raptor bodies, which have wider quarter panels and flared guards. The Ranger Raptor has 2.5 inch blue shock absorbers which could be similar those on this mule whereas the 2019 F150 Raptor has 3 inch Fox live valve internal bypass shocks which are orange.
  6. Check the area of the honeycomb grille under the letter "D" in Ford. Several cells appear blocked. Note also the colour of the shock absorbers, they are blue not orange.
  7. Ford South Africa has announced that the Struandale Engine Plant in Port Elizabeth is to assemble EcoBlue diesel engines including for the Ford Ranger Raptor commencing in the 4th quarter of 2018. Also the current component machining and assembly lines for the Duratorq TDCi diesel used in the Ranger, Everest are being expanded to eventually become the home for all Duratorq TDCI component machining for the Ranger, Everest and Transit. https://media.ford.com/content/fordmedia/fma/za/en/news/2018/03/27/ford-expands-engine-assembly-operations-at-struandale-engine-pla.html