Towards the end of July, Australian company H2X Global announces its return with a Ford Ranger T6-based hydrogen fuel cell electric vehicle called Warrego. It looks like all systems are fit for the zero emissions truck and now pricing has been revealed courtesy of Australia Car sales.
According to the post, the Warrego H2X will start at AUD 189,900 ($ 139,000) for the base 66 variant. The mid-size Warrego 90 variant will sell for AUD 235,000 ($ 172,000), while the top-end 90 XR will charge for 250. 000 AUD ($ 183,000).
It should be noted that these prices include shipping costs once deliveries start in April 2022.
CarSales reports that H2X claims more than 250 units have already been ordered locally, as well as outside of the Land Down Under. It is not clear, however, whether these are actual orders or the limited pre-order launch offer for Warrego’s microsite. The offer, which ends on November 1, 2021, does not come with an upfront fee, but allows you to earn your seat for the demo that will take place the same month.
Warrego’s exclusive website also lists initial specs for FCEV truck variants. The top-of-the-line 90 XR is presented with a peak fuel cell power of 121 horsepower (90 kW), plus a 295 horsepower (220 kW) motor and a 134 horsepower (100 kW) supercapacitor. Torque is rated at 258 pound-feet (350 Newton-meters), with a towing capacity of 2,500 kilograms (5,512 pounds).
Meanwhile, the Australia-developed T6 Ranger is set to undergo a next-gen redesign by the end of the year. The Blue Oval has already teased the model with a firm announcement that it will be revealed by the end of the year. It will be available in showrooms, most likely in the ASEAN and Australian markets, by 2022.
While the teased midsize truck was still wrapped in the teaser, our recent spy photos show some clues to its design, including an inevitable glimpse of its interior from an Everest prototype.