2018 Detroit Auto Show: Ford Reveals 2019 Ranger

Following the official teaser images last year, the all-new 2019 Ford Ranger has finally made its grand opening in the United States, coming in a premiere with a new engine and a ten-speed automatic transmission.

American customers have been waiting for the revival of the Ranger for quite some time, and now they have the chance to find out what the new model brings fresh.

The mid-size pickup truck is placed beneath the F-150, coming with a fresh design language, plenty of new high-tech gizmos and improved transmission for the new engine.

The new 2019 Ford Ranger pickup is now built atop a new high-strength steel platform with frame-mounted steel front and rear bumper bars. All these make it solid as a German Panzer tank.

At the exterior, the 2019 Ranger is now looking more appealing and attractive thanks to the new front grille with twin-tiers through the middle, updated headlights and daytime LEDs.

The new features inside refer to an 8.0-inch SYNC 3 infotainment system, dual LCD displays for the driver and which keep track on the vehicle`s navigations, mechanics and audio information. The interior also comes with new seats and high-quality materials, new colours and new trims.

In the engine department, the 2019 Ford Ranger pickup truck brags with a new 2.3-liter EcoBoost flat-four petrol engine, hooked to a high-performance ten-speed automatic transmission. This is basically the same pot also found on the new Ford Focus RS or Ford Mustang. The power output and the torque are not yet known, but we expect it to be the most powerful petrol truck ever built by Ford.

The model will become available on the US market this spring, while Australia and other markets will have it in the second quarter of the year, most likely in summer.

Until further details and specs about its performance figures, enjoy the media gallery we have with the 2019 Ford Ranger!

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