VIDEO: 2019 Ford Ranger debuts at North American International Auto Show in Detroit

Truck to be made at Michigan Assembly

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2019 Ford Ranger

DETROIT - The Ford Ranger is back.

Ford revealed the midsize pickup truck Sunday at the North American International Auto Show in Detroit.

Watch the reveal below.

The Ford Ranger returns in 2019.

The truck has a steel-frame backbone and boasts a 2.3-liter EcoBoost engine and class-exclusive 10-speed automatic transmission. Designed for people who want some adventure, the Ranger also has an available FX4 off-road package.

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The package adds protective skid plates, upgraded tires, off-road-tuned shocks and suspension, a Terrain Management System and Trail Control.

Depending on the trim level, the truck will feature various driver-assist technologies, including standard automatic emergency braking, lane keeping assist, lane departure warning, a reverse sensing system and a blind spot information system.

Entertainment-wise, SYNC 3 is available and will feature Apple CarPlay and Android Auto compatibility, Ford+Alexa personal assistant functionality and optional navigation. A FordPass to access WiFi inside the truck is also available, as well as AC outlets.

Production will begin later this year at the Michigan Assembly Plant in Wayne.

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