The current generation of the Ford Ranger (codenamed T6), is a midsize pickup truck produced by Ford Motor Company. Designed and engineered by Ford of Australia, the Ranger T6 is the replacement for two previous Ford light-truck platforms: the North American-designed Ford Ranger sold in Latin America and the Ford Ranger derived from Mazda BT-50 sold in Latin America, Europe, and Asian-Pacific regions.
First unveiled at the Australian International Motor Show in Sydney in October 2010, the Ranger T6 has been produced since the summer of 2011. First produced by the AutoAlliance facility in Rayong, Thailand, the Ranger is also currently produced in Argentina and South Africa. Mazda markets a badge-engineered version of the Ranger as the second generation of its Mazda BT-50. The Ranger is also produced as a five-door mid-size sport-utility, as the third generation of the Ford Everest/Endeavour.