The wait is almost over.

After confirming that the all-new Ranger will debut this year, Ford has announced that the next-generation pick-up truck will be revealed on November 24, 2021.

Billed by the automaker as the smartest, most versatile, and most capable Ranger ever, the seventh-generation model is set to be tougher and more refined than its predecessor. To make it a reality, Ford claimed they conducted more than 5,000 interviews and worked with hundreds of pick-up owners across the globe. This was done in order to know how owners used their trucks, what they liked, what they wished they had, and what experiences mattered the most to them.

“As designers, we engaged with customers much earlier in the process, spent more time with them, and got more insights than ever before. Interestingly, we found that no matter what market, our customers are doers. They like solving their own problems, and they like to feel confident in their truck… not just the way the vehicle functions but the way they feel when they’re driving it,” said Max Tran, Chief Designer of the all-new Ranger.

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Even though Ford only released a teaser image of the next-generation Ranger, we already have a good idea of what it will look like. A few weeks ago, we got our best look at the all-new Ranger after a user posted several pictures of the pick-up at the Ford Ranger Club Thailand Facebook page.

While still wearing a camo livery, we know it will adopt a Maverick-like design with its C-shaped LED daytime running lights and dual-port front grille. Other noticeable changes on the 2022 Ranger include a redesigned clamshell hood, revised front fenders, new alloy wheel designs, and LED taillights.

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Under the hood, we expect the Ranger to continue using Ford's 2.0-liter EcoBlue turbo-diesel engine. For reference, the current 4x2 variants put out 180 PS with 420 Nm of torque, while the 4x4 and Ranger Raptor variants crank out 213 PS and 500 Nm of torque. Transmission options will likely include a ten-speed automatic and a six-speed manual.

Excited for the global reveal? You can watch the livestream event on Ford Philippines' Facebook and YouTube pages at 3:00 PM, November 24, 2021.