Ford always has a big presence at SEMA and this year won’t be any different as the company has teased six different Rangers.
First up is the Hellwig Ranger which is billed as the “ultimate adventure vehicle for outdoor enthusiasts who value sustainability.” It features a number of off-road focused components including a 3.5-inch lift kit, Hellwig sway bars and 17-inch Icon Compression wheels that are wrapped in beefy Falken tires.
The truck also sports a cat-back exhaust and a recovery kit. Other highlights include heavy duty bumpers, extended fender flares and auxiliary lights. The truck also has a Tepui hard-shell tent, a Trail Kitchens stove and a Goal Zero solar panel.
RTR Rambler Ranger
Sticking with the off-road theme, the RTR Rambler Ranger has a revised grille, auxiliary lights and side steps. The truck has also been equipped with underbody protection, snowboard racks and a SkyRise tent. Rounding out the highlights are 33-inch Nitto Ridge Grappler tires and a suspension leveling kit that provides a 2-inch lift up front.
Ford Performance Parts Ranger
The Ford Performance Parts Ranger has a retro-inspired wrap as well as Ranger Raptor wheels with BFGoodrich All-Terrain KO2 tires. There’s also Rigid lights, red tow hooks and the aforementioned suspension leveling kit.
Other highlights include a Warn winch, an RSI Smart Cap and a Tepui HyBox tent. Rounding out the accessories are a bed storage system, recovery boards and an ARB refrigerator/freezer.
The Yakima Ranger has RPG bumpers, side steps and off-road wheels that are wrapped in 33-inch BFGoodrich T/A KO2 tires. Other upgrades include a Warn winch, Rigid lights and kayak / bike mounts.
The truck also features an assortment of Ford Performance Parts including a cat-back exhaust system, a rear differential cover and a recovery kit. There also an off-road suspension leveling kit.
Advanced Accessory Concepts Ranger
The Advanced Accessory Concepts Ranger is based on the XLT variant and it’s a “must-have accessory for exploration.” It has AFN bumpers, a skid plate and rock sliders as well as a 3.5-inch lift kit from Icon.
Elsewhere, there’s a Warn winch, a Tepui Hybox tent and an ARB refrigerator. The model also has a rear differential cover, Vector wheels and an aluminum tray bed with a canopy.
Tjin Edition Ranger
While most of the trucks are focused on off-roading, the Tjin Edition Ranger goes in a different direction. It’s a sport truck that features an air suspension which lowers the model 8 inches in the front and 9 inches in the rear.
To further enhance the Ranger’s appearance, the model has been equipped with an RTR grille, RTR fender flares and custom 20-inch wheels. The truck also has a retractable bed cover and a wood bed floor with stainless steel hardware.
Under the hood, the 2.3-liter EcoBoost four-cylinder engine has been equipped with a Roush Performance intake, a cat-back exhaust and a new intercooler. Other highlights include an Optima yellow-top battery and a high-performance braking system with six-piston Baer calipers and 14-inch discs.
Besides the Rangers, Ford will showcase two Transits. One is slammed to the ground thanks a 5 inch lowering kit, while the other has tracks instead of tires.