Want a luxurious, well-equipped pickup that's more manageably sized than the mammoth F-150? We'd point you to this Ford Ranger Wildtrak just introduced at the Geneva Motor Show, but there's a major hitch: It's not going to be offered in the U.S.

That said, if the price of gas rises, there might be a stronger argument for it, or for something like it. As the top-of-the-line, off-road-themed model in the new Ford Ranger line for markets other than the U.S., the Wildtrak packs an economical yet torquey 2.2-liter turbo-diesel four-cylinder engine, six-speed automatic, four-wheel drive with a low range, and a smart, off-road-able stability control system.

The toughness is definitely here, with good ground clearance and 31-inch water-fording, and it can tow up to 7,370 pounds. So is a full roster of safety features as well as Sync-equivalent voice-controlled calling and media-player functions.

Visit our main preview on the 2012 Ford Ranger Wildtrak for more information, and browse above for our own snaps of the Ford Ranger Wildtrak, straight from the Geneva Motor Show floor.