2023 Ford Ranger Single-Cab – Mid-size pickup lovers are becoming more well-served. The latest spy photos seem to indicate that things will get better with a utilitarian single cab Ford Ranger. This Ford Ranger was tested with the steering wheel on its left side.
2023 Ford Ranger Single-Cab Review
This truck is important because the XL, which is shorter than the XL and has half-doors in the rear, was the Ranger that American buyers had access to until recently. This truck would be a more functional alternative. Ford’s left-hand-drive, single-cab Ranger suggests it is working to make the Ranger a global truck and not just making different versions for different markets. This strategy is similar to that of Chevrolet and GMC for the Colorado/Canyon. Early May spy shots suggest that the Ranger will grow slightly compared to the current model. The Ranger’s design will also become more rectangular, which will make it look more like the F-150 than the current generation.
Rumours suggest that the Ranger will be moving to the T6 platform, sharing its underpinnings and the Bronco. The pickup would have access to the same engines that the Bronco has, a 2.3-liter EcoBoost four cylinder with 270 horsepower and 310lb-ft torque and a EcoBoost V6 of 310hp and 400lb-ft. However, some reports suggest that these figures may be conservative.
Reports suggest that the next-generation Ranger Raptor will also be tested. It will be powered by a 3.0-liter engine with more than 400 horsepower and 415 lb-ft torque. This engine is the same as the one in the Bronco’s high-performance Bronco, but it is not expected to be called Warthog. It may give us a better idea about the future Ranger Raptor when it is revealed.
2023 Ford Ranger Single-Cab Revealed
Ford expects to reveal the next-generation Ranger early in 2022. It will then be available as a model-year 2023 vehicle.