Teasers of the next-generation Ford Ranger have already been released by the blue oval brand a few weeks ago. They also confirmed that prototypes will undergo testing in certain countries around the world. One such country is Thailand, where the Ranger will most likely be assembled.
While we know how the side and rear profile will look like thanks to the teasers, this is the first time we’re seeing the next-generation Ford Ranger’s front end thanks to Ranger6G. From here, we can see its Maverick-inspired front end, with its single-bar grille connecting the two C-shaped LED headlights.
The front bumper, however, looks like a minor revision of what’s currently found in the current T6 Ranger, suggesting that its platform might be a heavily revised version of the current T6. As for the side and rear, the Ranger seems to have more straight lines than the outgoing model.
We still have no clue on what the interior will look like, though rumors suggest that it will utilize the next-generation SYNC4 infotainment system with a massive 12.8-inch vertical touch screen and 10.25-inch fully digital instrument cluster.
Expect also the full suite of Ford CoPilot360 advance driver-assist systems to debut on the next-generation Ford Ranger, and this should include full-speed adaptive cruise control, lane departure warning, lane centering, automatic emergency braking, blind spot warning, rear cross traffic alert, just to name a few. Considering how advanced the current T6 Ford Ranger still is, expect stuff like a self-parking feature as well.
The next-generation Ford Ranger will make its official debut before the end of 2021. Are you excited about its arrival in the Philippine market later next year? Let us know in the comments section.