The current generation of the Ford Ranger (codenamed T6) is a range of midsize pickup trucks that is manufactured and sold by Ford Motor Company. Designed and engineered by Ford of Australia, the current generation consolidated worldwide production of the Ranger onto a single platform, replacing the 1998-2012 Ranger (of North/South America) and the Mazda-derived Ford Ranger sold in Latin America, Europe and Asia-Pacific regions. First unveiled at the Australian International Motor Show in Sydney in October 2010, the Ranger T6 has been produced since the summer of 2011.
Initially excluded from sale in the United States and Canada, Ford commenced sales of the Ranger T6 in these two markets in January 2019. Although a mid-size truck, the model line is again slotted below the Ford F-150 in the Ford truck range. Outside of North America, Mazda sells a restyled version of the Ranger as the Mazda BT-50 pickup truck. Alongside the upcoming Ford Bronco, the third generation Ford Everest SUV and Troller T4 (from 2014) off-road vehicle are derived from the Ranger T6.
The Ford Ranger is produced across several facilities worldwide. First produced by the AutoAlliance facility in Rayong, Thailand, production is also sourced from Ford Argentina in General Pacheco, Argentina, Nigeria and South Africa. North American production is sourced from the Michigan Assembly Plant in Wayne, Michigan. bentley wallpapers, car wallpaper, mazda wallpapers, Ford Ranger wallpapers, tesla wallpapers
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