Introduced a restyled version of the Ford Ranger T6 pickup

Introduced a restyled version of the Ford Ranger T6 pickup

November 5, 2020 0 By autotimesnews

The American automaker has unveiled an updated version of its compact Ford Ranger truck. The car is currently only available in the Thai market, but next year it will reach Europe.

In 2011, the current-generation Ford Ranger turned nine years old – the car is selling pretty well in a large number of car markets. During this time, the American brand has updated its mid-size truck several times.

A couple of minutes ago, it became known that Ford once again presented a restyled version of the model – thus this is the third update in the 2021 model year. So far, the updated version of the car will be sold only in Thailand, but eventually it will reach other markets.

The updated Ranger T6 features a black, trapezoidal grille, similar to the one used in the limited-edition Ford Thunder that was unveiled for Europe earlier this year. The Ranger also gets black trim on the door handles and side mirrors, as well as black alloy wheels for a more imposing look. In the Wildtrak version, an automatically closing / opening cover for the loading platform will be available.

There are no changes in the cabin, as well as in the composition of the motor range.

Also presented was a new version of the pickup called XL Street – in SuperCab configuration and stripes on the body. This design element, similar to that used on the Ranger Raptor racing truck, was created by the Ford design team in Australia.

The refreshed 2021 Ranger is expected to arrive in Europe next year. Ford’s Silverton plant in South Africa, which makes mid-size trucks for the Old Continent, will soon be assembling the new Ranger.

Not so long ago, AutoTimesNews wrote that Ford does not want to create an electric version of the Super Duty pickup. According to the vice president of Ford, the automaker has no plans in the near future to create an all-electric version of the heavy-duty Super Duty pickups.