Updated April 13, 2018 06:06:07 Ford has confirmed it will begin selling a retro-styled truck next year in Japan.

The truck, dubbed the F-150 JDM, will be offered in Japan and is expected to debut in 2021, a company representative told ESPN.

The pickup is designed for the Japanese market, where the truck has been a success in recent years.

The company is also expected to start selling its new Wrangler SUV, which will be the first vehicle to sport a JDM truck’s rear-end styling.

The F-16 Fighting Falcon has been the most popular truck in the world since it debuted in 2015, with the F150 now topping the sales charts, with a staggering 9.2 million sales.

JDM trucks are more expensive than a regular Jeep or Ford truck, with Ford paying $8,500 to $12,000 per truck in Japan, where sales are more popular.

Ford also sells an older version of the F15 JDM in the United States, which is expected in 2019.

Ford has already made the F12-F16 a staple in the U.S. market.

The new F-18 F-350J, a larger version of that truck, is scheduled to be introduced in 2019, and is also slated to hit the U to American markets in 2020.

The F150 is also one of Ford’s best-selling trucks in Japan — in 2020, the company sold 2.6 million of the truck.

The Jeep Wrangler is the most successful truck in history, with more than 3 million sold, but the Fiero and Wrangler Unlimited are still on the shelves.