In the states there just isn't enough demand for diesels to make it worthwhile for Ford to offer them. Case in point being the 3.0 V6 diesel that was offered in the F-150 but has now been dropped because of poor sales. That engine is now being offered in the 2022 ROTW Ranger. A hybrid pickup (e.g. the Ford F-150 Powerboost) is more attactive as it gets comparable MPG, comparable (or better) torque, gasoline is cheaper than diesel in the states by a significant margin and you don't have to mess with the cost/hassel of DEF. And even better, the Pro Power Onboard generator that you can get with the F-150 Powerboost (and hopefully the PHEV Ranger) is an absolute killer option! I'll be surprised and very disappointed if that fantastic option is not offered on the Ranger PHEV. The Pro Power Onboard generator is the bait that will make me trade for a PHEV Ranger.The one thing that the global product gets right over the US version is the availability of diesels. I still feel that is a very good usage for them. Its impossible to get decent MPG's out of a petrol motor on heavy body on frame trucks. Fords little eco does not do that great either. When the 2.3 is under boost its sucks it up. If Ford would offer their 2.2 bi turbo in the states then folks would be getting close to 30 mpgs. Easily. IMO, the electric stuff is still way off. The Range is still crap. Batteries don't perform as well in colder climates as well. But they do provide the needed low end torque. That's the only good thing about EV. But I'd take a diesel over that any day.