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Ford Ranger Site Features Easter Eggs

March 29, 2018 - Press Release

Do you see the Jackalope hidden in the photo? (Photo courtesy of Ford Motor Co.)
Do you see the Jackalope hidden in the photo? (Photo courtesy of Ford Motor Co.)

Just in time for the Easter weekend, Ford has seeded the Ford Ranger website with a new batch of “Easter Eggs.” (An "Easter Egg" is a hidden image in a picture or movie - can you find the Jackalope in the image above?)

When Ford revealed the 2019 Ranger at Detroit’s North American International Auto Show in January, the company included some ever-so-subtle “Easter Eggs” in images of the truck on the Ford website. If you looked closely at the background of early Ranger images, you’d see “Big Foot” and the Loch Ness Monster in some of the backgrounds amongst the forest and sea scenes.

Now, with the Easter holiday on the horizon, it’s the perfect time to stage a new Easter Egg hunt on the site. Check out the gallery images on the website to see if you can find some additional “eye candy” alongside the new Ford Ranger. Then share with “some bunny” who appreciates a good time—and the truck to get them there.

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