The Ford Ranger is a name which has been used for various different types of pick-ups through the years by the Ford Motor Company. The name was originally used for a version of the F-series and exclusively stood for a styling package from 1965 to 1981. The Ranger name was used for a new compact pick-up from the 1983 model year onwards, exclusively intended for the North American market. An international variant was added to this in 1998. Ford decided to end the two model line and replace them with the new Ranger T6 in 2011. Ford presented the new Ranger during the Australian International Motor Show in Sydney in 2010. This new model, called the T6, replaced both the American and the international version of the Ranger. A collaboration was once again realised with Mazda, which introduced a technically similar model to the market as their second generation BT-50.