Confirmed engines on offer will be one petrol and up to four different diesels with four to six cylinders and capacities of 2.0l to 3.0l. Power will be fed via rear-wheel drive or on-demand or permanent all-wheel drive.
At 5,350mm the new model is at least 100mm longer than its predecessor and the wheelbase has stretched by 175mm to 3,270mm, resulting in more space inside the double cab.
More than 830,000 units of the Amarok have been in Europe, South America, SA and Oceania. The ew bakkie will launch at the end of 2022 in the first few countries with double cab, and in some individual markets with a single cab.
The Amarok and the Ford Ranger it’s based on will be built at Ford’s plant at Silverton, Pretoria, for local and export markets.