A quick search of world-wide Ford websites gives you quite a bit of information about the Ranger, but I wonder how much that will make it to the US version.
Here's a little bit from an Australian automotive website:
"Given that this will be a new generation of the 2017 Ford Ranger Review, consumers will be provided with a choice of four distinctive engine options. Of the options, there will only be a singular gasoline fueled engine that will be in the form of a five cylinder 2.5 liter unit that will deliver upwards of 164 horsepower and 166 pounds per feet of torque. The diesel power unit offerings are more diverse, with the turbo diesel four cylinder 2.2 liter unit being the standout. This unit will be able to deliver either 158 horsepower and 284 pounds per feet of torque or a reduced 129 horsepower for an enhanced fuel economy rating. The final option that is available is that of a turbo diesel five cylinder 3.2 liter unit that is capable of a maximum output of 197 horsepower and 347 pounds per feet of torque. All of the power unit options will be able to be paired with either an automatic or manual six speed transmission. Additionally, the engine and transmission options will find themselves coupled with the options of both AWD and RWD."
This is supposed to be a picture of the Ranger, but it looks a lot like the Chevy Colorado.