Unveiled by Ford in Thailand in 2018, the Ford Ranger Raptor is an 2019 production model. Similar to the larger F-150 Raptor, the Ranger Raptor is a high-performance truck optimized for off-road driving. Marking the debut of the 210hp 2.0L EcoBlue bi-turbo diesel engine in the Ranger paired to a 10-speed automatic transmission, the Raptor is equipped with standard four-wheel drive and upgraded chassis and suspension with Fox racing shocks. As with the F-150 Raptor, the grille of the Ranger Raptor replaces the Ford Blue Oval with "FORD" in block letters. In October 2018, Ford confirmed that the Ranger Raptor would not be available in North America, citing that the Ranger Raptor is designed specifically for markets where the F-150 Raptor is not available; Ford also noted that demand for the F-150 Raptor in the U.S. outpaces supply.
Apologies to anyone that the transmission is bothering, Automation decided to only allow a maximum of 8 gears (instead of the 10).