The Next-Generation Ford Ranger Will Officially Launch on November 24.
Ford will unveil the next-generation Ranger mid-size pickup truck in Europe on November 24, providing an early glimpse of what the new version will provide when it is presented in the United States shortly thereafter.
While Ford wasted some time preparing the worldwide Ranger for its 2019 debut in the United States with the previous generation, we anticipate a shorter wait this time around.
The new Ranger will sit between Ford‘s new Maverick and F-150 pickup trucks in the truck lineup—and we may finally see a Ranger Raptor type.
According to spy photographs and teases, the new Ranger will have comparable dimensions to the existing model with a grille that looks like a cross between the Maverick and the F-150.
As with previous models, it will be available in extended and crew cab variants. In several teasers, the truck’s bed features a roll bar for mounting accessories such as lights.
Additional Information about the New Ranger
We anticipate that the new Ranger in the United States will be powered by the same turbocharged 2.3-liter four-cylinder engine as the present model.
It has a 270-horsepower engine and a torque output of 310 pound-feet. That engine is certified to pull up to 7500 pounds in the current model and gets 23 miles per gallon combined, according to the EPA.
The Ranger Raptor’s turbocharged V-6 engine may be more powerful.
More information about the 2023 Ford Ranger will be available shortly, and we’ll have all the facts here when the new vehicle debuts at the end of the month.
We’ve reached out to Ford to inquire about the anticipated launch date in the United States and will update this post as we hear more.
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