The new 2019 Ford Ranger was unveiled at the Detroit Auto Show.
At the North American International Auto Show, the updated van was on display alongside the new Ford Edge ST.
Its design is largely unchanged from the previous generation model.
The car has been fitted with a slightly smaller grille and the headlights have been redesigned to refresh the look and it now sports the name of the Ranger on the tailgate.
Initially, the pickup will go on sale in the United States before a variant comes to the UK.
SUV production will begin later this year before being released for sale in 2019.
The power supply of the new car will be a 2.3-liter EcoBoost engine that will be paired with a 10-speed automatic transmission.
It will be available in 2WD and 4WD versions and will be available in Xl, XLT and Lariat finishing options.
An optional supplement for the new car includes the F-150 FX4 Off-Road Package that sends energy or brakes to each off-road wheel.
Another confirmed variant of the Ranger is the 3.0-liter Power Stroke diesel engine that comes with an estimated 30 mpg range.
Ford reports that this variant of the car will be able to tow 11,400 pounds, have a payload of 2,020 and produce 250 horsepower and 440 pound-feet of torque.
Inside the car, the infotainment system will be a Sync 3 system up to eight inches in size.
Apple CarPlay, Android Auto and Amazon Alexa will come standard with a 4G Wi-Fi hotspot.
A number of driver assistance and safety systems will also be added, including a reversing camera and an automatic emergency braking system.
Other optional safety systems include Blind Spot Monitoring, Lane Assist, and Adaptive Cruise Control.
Prizes will be confirmed prior to sale later this year.