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2024 Ford Ranger SuperCrew Spotted Testing: Photos

The all-new, next-generation Ford Ranger launched earlier this year in a number of global markets such as Europe and Australia, but isn’t scheduled to arrive in the U.S. until 2023 for the 2024 model year, as Ford Authority reported back in August. Both the regular Ranger and the high-performance Ranger Raptor have enjoyed tremendous demand over the past few months, prompting Ford to ramp up production of both. In the meantime, the new Ranger lineup continues to expand with the recent debut of the luxurious Platinum trim, while the mid-size pickup has been lauded for superior safety by the Australian New Car Assessment Program (ANCAP) and Euro NCAP. Now, ahead of the next-gen model’s North American debut, Ford Authority has spotted a 2024 Ford Ranger SuperCrew model out testing.

As expected, this U.S. market 2024 Ford Ranger doesn’t look terribly different compared to the global version of the pickup, though this one is clad in heavy camo. The front end features the same fresh look, with Ford’s familiar C-clamp shaped headlights and a bar intersecting both of those units as well as the front grille.

Overall, the new Ranger is far edgier than the outgoing model, with sharper lines versus the current-gen pickup’s rounder appearance. Regardless, the mid-size model continues to ride on the Ford T6 Platform, which it shares with the Ford Bronco, though it also offers a wider and longer wheelbase, which improves approach angle and off-road articulation and adds usable bed space.

Inside the cabin, the next-generation Ranger has received a complete overhaul as well, with a standard 10.1-inch or optional 12-inch infotainment screen, Sync 4, and a digital instrument cluster. Many of the pickup’s physical controls have been moved to the central touchscreen, too.

In terms of powertrains, the international Ranger is available with the Ford 3.0L V6 Power Stroke, along with single turbo (in two different performance levels) and twin-turbo versions of the automaker’s 2.0L inline four-cylinder diesels. The next-gen Ranger will also continue to be available with Ford’s 2.3L EcoBoost I-4 – the only engine choice in the current-gen North American version. Transmission options include a six-speed manual, six-speed automatic, and 10-speed automatic gearboxes.

As Ford Authority previously reported, the next-generation Ranger will enjoy an eight-year production run. The new pickup – assigned the P703 designation internally – has already entered production in Thailand and South Africa, while the Michigan Assembly Plant will begin building the 2024 Ranger in the spring of 2023.

We’ll have more on the next-gen Ford Ranger soon, so subscribe to Ford Authority for the latest Ford Ranger news, and around-the-clock Ford news coverage.

Brett's lost track of all the Fords he's owned over the years and how much he's spent modifying them, but his current money pits include an S550 Mustang and 13th gen F-150.

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Comments

  1. Robo

    Looks to be missing the rear side steps of the Euro models???

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    1. J

      I believe it is just a cover up. The steps will be there, or I will be very disappointed!

      Reply
  2. Shaun

    There we go….finally a glimmer

    Man do I love my current model Tremor…may consider upgrading pending on price, options and availability….but if it’s really just a mild aesthetic refresh with no real upgrades…eg standard heated mirrors, heater seats, led lighting….I may pass…but again I love my little truck…..give me a PHEV!

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    1. Ross

      It’s still based on the old platform but with substantial upgrades. Changes to both track and wheelbase, engine bay is larger, you should get a V6 now, plus a Raptor version

      Reply
  3. Robo

    I have money earmarked for this truck burning a hole in my pocket! Hoping that order banks open in the next couple of months. I am guessing around the same time that the order banks for the 2023 Bronco open up (Feb.).

    Reply
  4. Ryan Stensland

    WHAT WOULD GET ME TO BUY ALUMINUM PRODUCT FROM FORD:

    In this Ranger version….

    1. LONG BOX with CREW CAB
    2. 3.0 Diesel but with 6 Spd. Transmission
    3. Simple Old School 4X4 system and none of this Computer Garbage all Electric is a NO!
    4. Make sure the Gearing is NOT set up for Economy as no Highway purpose the Need.
    5. Do not make the BLACK or GREY Colors the Superior thing. THAT IS DIRT CHEAP and what we got out of the Model T for cheap expenses. AT THE PRICES TODAY NO BLANK COLORS PLEASE ON THE INSIDE.. EVER.
    PUT COLOR IN THEM.. I LIKE TANS AND BROWNS AND BLUE’s OLD 70’s YES !!

    NEVER EVER MAKE ANOTHER GRILLE REMOVAL TO REPLACE HEAD LIGHT BULBS. STUPID IS AS STUPID DOES THING THERE !!

    * AND THE MOST FACT AT ALL.. DO NOT EVER MAKE A FORD F SERIES OR RANGER LIKE THAT BUMPER LESS MAVERICK. WITH THAT CHEAP PLASTIC ALWAYS HAVE WAY TO PUT ON A GOOD BUMPER AND GRILLE GUARD ON A PICKUP OR YOU CALL TRUCKS… TRUCK TO ME ARE THE OLD FARM TRUCKS AND SEMI’S ARE THE SEMI’S that Simple. PICKUP IS A PICKUP ANYTHING LESS IS NOT TRUE TO HISTORY NAMING…

    PUT OUT A SIMPLE NOT COMPLEX VEHICLE WE ALL CAN AFFORD WITH BASIC’S THAT IS SAFE AND NOT SO MUCH ELECTRONIC GARBAGE THAT DOES NOT LAST AS LONG>>>>YEAH NOTICE FORD PLEASE DO !!

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    1. Freezing0k

      He’s gone off the deep end lads.

      Reply
    2. CJ

      Lmao jeez.
      You would benefit from counseling, or a Lexapro prescription.

      Reply
    3. RWFA

      Denny is that you?

      Reply
    4. Whaler

      You are making some strong demands. Maybe get some anger mgt. classes in the meantime.

      Reply

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