Breadcrumbs might not have been the best way for Hansel and Gretel to retrace their steps (spoiler alert: stones work much better). But Breadcrumbs Technology developed by Ford is perfect for enabling drivers to find their way back after venturing off-road.
When traveling cross-country, landmarks and track-markings can be difficult to distinguish, and regular satnavs may have limitations. But help is at hand. The new Ford Ranger Raptor drops a virtual pin every second so that drivers can more easily return to their starting point.
The Breadcrumbs Technology is fitted to all Ford Rangers and F-150s equipped with SYNC 3 and is another example of the way in which Ford helps to tailor its vehicles for local conditions and use. Drivers can tackle offroad routes now without worrying about getting lost.
With a 3.2-liter turbodiesel engine and electronic, switch-on-the-fly four-wheel-drive system, the Ranger Wildtrak is primed for adventure. Its impressive approach, departure, and break-over angles give it astonishing off-road capability, while the well-appointing interior will keep everyone comfortable while on and off-road.
The Ranger was recently named International Pick-Up of the Year for 2020 in Europe. Jurors representing 18 different countries praised the Ranger’s enhanced performance, fuel efficiency, advanced connectivity and driver assistance technologies which are designed to boost productivity for businesses.
The F-150 and the legendary F-150 Raptor are also preset for off-road challenges. With even more space, a choice of three cab styles, three cargo box lengths and the option of 3.5-litre twin-turbo EcoBoost V6, or 5.0-liter V8 power, the F-150 is equipped for action. Its unrivaled levels of passive and active safety, capability and versatility, continue to underscore its reputation as America’s best-selling truck.