Next-gen Ford Ranger teased in new video

Updated Oct 08, 2021 | Same topic: Automotive Industry Updates

The upcoming truck is hiding in plain sight.

Previously, we reported about the first time Ford Philippines teased the next-generation Ranger which will come out as the 2022 model. For now, the Blue Oval company is mum about the new pickup truck’s specifications including the design changes, with no significant hints rolled out so far.

Camouflaged Next-gen Ford Ranger teaser

A month later, Ford Philippines wants to further heighten the excitement over the next-gen model with a new teaser video. This time, the new Ford Ranger is wrapped in unique Bronco R-inspired block-style camouflage conceived by Ford automotive designer Lee Imrie and his team. The science of optics was used to mask the truck’s new changes until its official release later this year.

According to the American automaker, the new Ranger is being put through a global testing program to ensure that it will deliver its rugged truck performance and capabilities. This means that the next-gen model will be seen driving around in its customized camouflage with the official hashtag #NextGenRanger and QR code decals.

Next-gen Ford Ranger camouflage

Ford Ranger in unique Bronco R-inspired block-style camouflage

There are still plenty of visible features that can be changed once the upcoming truck officially debuts, considering that the Ford Ranger in the teaser video is only the prototype model. As such, it wouldn’t be a surprise if the next-gen version will come out with an even more aggressive and rugged-looking appearance than those in the teaser videos.

Ford has yet to disclose the exact date when the next-gen Ford Ranger will be released. But as said earlier, it shouldn’t take long as the new model will reportedly be launched before the year ends. Interested individuals can visit Ford Philippines’ new ‘Future Vehicle’ section where it showcases its upcoming models for the local lineup.

Ford Philippines Future Vehicle section

Head out to Ford Philippines' website for the latest updates

As of this writing, the Future Vehicle section shows that the all-new Ford F-150 will also be conquering Philippine roads soon. The full-size pickup will now come with a diesel powertrain as compared to the outgoing model that only offers gasoline. Also, the all-new Ford Explorer will soon be joining the fray, bringing a 2.3-liter turbo mill and a 4x4 drivetrain option.

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Know more about Ford Ranger 2021

Ford Ranger

The Ranger from pickup specialist Ford received numerous facets and practicality and is one of the long-running in the segment of pickup trucks. Still, it has changed a lot in recent years, with the latest iteration combining rugged good looks and off-road capability with a spacious cabin and numerous tech features.

The sport-themed oriented urban truck was intended for the buyer's active lifestyle. Hence, the Blue Oval Company's midsize pickup truck is also utilized as a lifestyle 'weekend' SUV aside from being just a pickup car. Its robust and multi-talented platform is common for both Ford Ranger and Everest, the latter is considered one of the leading SUVs in its respective segment.

Powering the Ford Ranger is either a 2.5-litre or 3.0-litre Dura TORQ TCDi diesel engines that supply high values of power and torque as well as better mileage. It also features enough room and additional space at the back for either business or personal purposes.

The double cabin pickup truck comes with on-road agility, together with its competent handling and reasonable off-roading capability with a 4x4 mechanism. Moreover, the midsize pickup truck features top-class safety features and competes with the types of Isuzu D-Max, Toyota Hilux, Chevrolet Colorado and, Mitsubishi Strada.

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Rex Sanchez

Rex Sanchez


Rex Sanchez grew up in Saudi Arabia where he saw and got into the automotive scene. He started his career for an aviation company in the said region, writing about turbines and rotors which are later distributed for educational purposes. And now, he joined as a staff writer. Currently, he is the youngest on the team and is more than ready to grow in the field.


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