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Seven Customized Rangers Were Featured at SEMA


This years SEMA show featured seven unique Ford Rangers, built by teams from Ford Accessories and Ford Performance. Addictive Desert Design’s, BDS Suspension, and AirDesign USA were some of many companies that were also involved. In time for production launch, will be the 150+ performance parts and accessories included on these concepts. Already some of them show up on the 2019 Ranger configurator with zipcode based pricing. Each customized Ranger is based on a specific theme; a bold pre-runner, an adventure ready base camp, a campsite gamer with adventuring capabilities, an off-roader with city appeal, an ultimate back-country adventurer, a baja-focused ranger with military styling and pure off-roader. Clearly being the peak of Ranger customization we've seen so far, its sure to get the creative juices flowing for future owners looking on. Visit Ford.com to see all the 2019 Ford Ranger SEMA builds.

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Built Ford Tough Ranger Returns to SEMA, Stakes Out More Adventures with 150 Performance Parts and Accessories for Even Greater On- and Off-Road Capability

The American favorite Built Ford Tough Ford Ranger is poised for even wilder adventure as it builds on a legacy of customization with more than 150 performance parts and accessories that will be available when the truck launches early next year.

The Ford Performance and Ford Accessories teams are helping to prepare Ranger to shine at SEMA with two of seven customized trucks featured at the Ford display. The Ford Performance off-road Ranger is a capable trekker featuring performance parts and accessories geared to moving quickly even when the pavement ends.

The Ford Accessories Base Camp Ranger highlights how the Ranger’s extreme flexibility can be enhanced further for camping customers and those looking to get off the grid for a getaway.

With more than 50 vehicles on exhibit, Ford will feature the largest original equipment manufacturer display at SEMA. And don’t miss the interactive experience from Ford Out Front, offering attendees a ride in a Ford Performance vehicle on a closed course.
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Ranger Pre-Runner

The first from Ford Performance is a bold pre-runner Ranger, based off a Lariat 4x4 SuperCrew, outfitted with a host of capable features to get you through the trails like; a 3.73 electronic locking rear differential, heavy duty Fox/BDS Suspension components, protective exterior parts, a host of exterior LED lighting, BFGoodrich® All-Terrain KO2's, the factory optional FX4 Off-Road Package and many more. To complete this pre-runner some of what Ford added was; a truck bed light, white rock light kit by RIGID, range of more exterior lighting, desert style front and rear bumpers, two 3.5-gallon gasoline fuel packs and more. Some more general application accessories not exclusive this pre-runner came from Ford Performance and Ford Accessories teams, many of them on the other Rangers listed below.

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This Ranger Pre-Runner from Ford Performance scouts new trails

A bold Pre-Runner from the Ford Performance group highlights Ranger’s go-anywhere, do-anything flexibility and capability that’s crucial for off-road teams to scout trails. It all begins with the FX4 Off-Road Package and adds a 3.73 electronic locking rear differential, Fox/BDS Suspension three-inch leveling kit with off-road shocks, BDS upper control arm kit and Ford Performance cat-back exhaust, all riding on BFGoodrich® All-Terrain KO2 tires mounted to 17-inch Ford Performance wheels.

Off-road accessories include a Desert Racer front bumper with integrated skid plate and rear bumper, illuminated Rock Slider side steps and chase rack from Addictive Desert Designs® with RIGID® LED light bar, LED underbody lighting and off-road light kit. A Rotopax FuelpaX fuel can system and swing case from Undercover™ provide added back-country range.

Base Vehicle
  • 2019 Ranger Lariat 4x4 SuperCrew
  • 2.3-liter EcoBoost® I4 engine
  • 10-speed electronic automatic transmission
  • FX4 Off-Road Package
  • 3.73 electronic locking differential

Powertrain
  • Ford Performance by Borla® cat-back exhaust

Chassis
  • Ford Performance differential cover
  • BDS Suspension upper control arm kit
  • Fox three-inch leveling kit with off-road shocks
  • Ford Performance differential skid plate kit

Wheels and Tires
  • Ford Performance wheels, 17 x 8.5 inches
  • BFGoodrich All-Terrain KO2 tires, 285/70-17

Exterior
  • Ford Accessories bed mat, spray-in bed liner, TOUCHLINK truck bed light by Lumen, SwingCase by UnderCover
  • Ford Performance white rock light kit by RIGID, plus RIGID bards-series PRO 40-inch curved light bar, E-Series PRO 40-inch light bar, D-Series amber spotlights, hood hinge-mounted off-road light kit with DSS-Series pro lights and white RIGID Radiance Plus Pods backlight
  • Addictive Desert Designs Desert Racer front bumper with integrated skid plate and rear bumper, chase rack and illuminated Rock Slider side steps
  • Kay Automotive Graphics KPMF Premium Air Release silver graphics kit
  • Two 3.5-gallon Rotopax® FuelpaX with FuelpaX Deluxe Pack mount

Interior
  • Ford Performance by WARN® Industries recovery kit includes storage bag, 22-foot by two-inch blue recovery strap rated to 14,400 pounds, winching gloves and a ¾-inch D-shackle rated to 18,000 pounds
  • Ford Accessories all-weather floor liners plus front and rear-facing cameras with DVR by AMP Global
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Ranger Base Camp

Next from Ford Performance is a rugged and functional base camp, ready for any adventure you throw at it. Starting with a Ranger XLT 4x4 Supercrew, its capability was stepped up using the same Fox/BDS suspension parts on the pre-runner; leveling kit and off-road shocks, upper control arm kit and skid plates. Along with WARN front/rear bumpers, WARN winch and WARN grille guard to beef up the exterior. 285/65-18 sized BFGoodrich All-Terrain KO2 tires help deliver grip that complement features included in the available FX4 Off-Road Package. For more direct base camp purposes, this Ranger gets; a Yakima rack kit, rooftop tent, recovery track mount, roof basket, recovery kit, all-weather floor liners, a safe by Console Vault and many more from Ford Accessories and Ford Performance divisions to create a well equipped base camp.

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Ranger Base Camp adventures anywhere, then comfortably rests the crew

Ford Performance’s 2019 Ford Ranger Base Camp is ready to go off-road at a moment’s notice with a Fox/BDS Suspension three-inch leveling kit and off-road shocks, BDS upper control arm kit, skid plates and differential cover from Ford Performance. Ascent front and rear bumpers by WARN Industries plus a WARN 10k Zeon front winch and grille guard add protection.

An A-pillar snorkel from Ford Performance keeps the engine breathing, while 18-inch BFGoodrich All-Terrain KO2 tires on machined-face black wheels with silver and orange accents provide grip. RIGID LED lighting and TOUCHLINK bed light by Lumen keep everything illuminated. Ford Licensed Accessories by Yakima include a Skinny Warrior roof basket, heavy-duty rack kit by Outpost, Slim Shady awning, heavy-duty hook straps and recovery track mount. Interior upgrades include black chrome door sill plates and all-weather floor liners from Ford Accessories, along with a safe by Console Vault and a Ford Performance by WARN Industries recovery kit for added security.

Base Vehicle
  • 2019 Ranger XLT 4x4 SuperCrew
  • 2.3-liter I4 EcoBoost engine
  • 10-speed electronic automatic transmission
  • FX4 Off-Road Package and Sport Appearance Package
  • 3.73 electronic locking differential

Powertrain
  • Ford Performance cat-back exhaust by Borla, differential cover, skid plates and air intake snorkel

Chassis
  • Ford Performance differential cover and skid plates
  • BDS Suspension upper control arm kit
  • Fox three-inch leveling kit with off-road shocks

Wheels and Tires
  • Ford Accessories machined-face black wheels with silver and orange accents, 18 x 8 inches; Ford Accessories wheel lock kit
  • BFGoodrich All-Terrain KO2 tires, 285/65-18

Exterior
  • Ford Performance differential cover, skid plates and air intake snorkel
  • Ford Accessories off-road hoop steps with Tuff-Tone coating, spray-in bed liner, bed mat, bed extender by Lund Motion Products, cargo bed net, keyless entry keypad, TOUCHLINK truck bed light by Lumen and bed rail cargo management system
  • Ford Accessories by Yakima heavy-duty rack kit by Outpost, SkyRise rooftop tent, eyebolts and load stops, heavy-duty hook straps, recovery track mount, Skinny Warrior roof basket, Slim Shady awning, Quick-click cleats and short bed tracks by SideBar
  • WARN Ascent front and rear bumpers and Zeon 10k winch
  • Kay Automotive Graphics KPMF premium air release silver graphics kit

Interior
  • Ford Performance by WARN Industries recovery kit includes storage bag, 20-foot by two-inch blue recovery strap rated to 14,400 pounds, winch gloves, ¾-inch D-shackles rated at 18,000 pounds plus instruction manual
  • Ford Accessories all-weather floor liners, console safe by Console Vault and black chrome door sill plates by Putco
Source: Ford USA











Xbox Ranger

Addictive Desert Design's took a unique approach on this Ranger XLT FX4 SuperCrew by targeting both campsite gaming fun and adventuring capability. Xbox Design Lab's influence shows in the form of two rear-seat, custom-mounted Xbox One Xs that can be viewed with bed mounted screen screens. Being a pick-up, Xbox collaborated with a well known Forza player to help bring this theme together. On the outside, they finished the Ranger in an Xbox Design Studios-themed modern camo pattern vinyl wrap, a number of LED lighting sourced from RIGID, front and rear bumpers from Addictive Desert Designs, along with HoneyBadge roof rack, tire carrier and side steps. Inside; Katzkin leather interior, tray-style floor liner, headrest-mounted screens (and high-definition external screens), and custom touches of Xbox One X throughout. Altogether this is a gamers dream come true.

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Adventure hard, game hard: Xbox Ranger from Addictive Desert Designs

Addictive Desert Design’s 2019 Xbox Ranger may be the closest thing to bringing video games to life. This truck’s colors and modern camo pattern were inspired by Xbox Design Lab, a program where gamers can customize their very own Xbox Wireless Controllers. Thanks to a collaboration with one of the Forza racing franchise’s most prolific gamers, Nick Andrew aka AR12 Gaming, passengers can game with two rear-seat, custom-mounted Xbox One Xs. Uniquely, they can then pipe the Forza Horizon 4 gameplay to screens in the bed of the truck to game under the stars at the campsite after a long day exploring.

For adventuring, the truck features BDS Suspension upper control arms and lift kit and 17-inch Rev 883 wheels, while BFGoodrich Mud Terrain KM3 tires provide the stance. Addictive Desert Designs’ front and rear bumper, HoneyBadger chase rack with tire carrier and RIGID LED lighting provide the style. Everything is topped off with an Xbox Design Labs winter forces-themed vinyl wrap.

Base Vehicle
  • 2019 Ranger XLT FX4 SuperCrew
  • 2.3-liter EcoBoost I4 engine
  • 10-speed automatic transmission

Powertrain
  • Ford Performance by Borla cat-back exhaust, differential cover and rear end differential skid plate kit

Chassis
  • BDS Suspension upper control arms and six-inch lift with Fox coil-over front suspension kit
  • Fox 2.5-inch coil-over front and rear shocks

Wheels and Tires
  • Custom color-matched Rev 883 wheels, 17 inches
  • BFGoodrich Mud Terrain KM3 tires, 315/70R-17

Exterior
  • Addictive Desert Designs Venom R front and rear bumpers, HoneyBadger chase rack with roof rack, tire carrier and Lite side steps
  • RIGID Radiance series LED lighting and rock lights provide Xbox glow
  • Xbox Design Studios-themed vinyl wrap

Interior
  • Ford Performance by WARN Industries recovery kit includes 22-foot by two-inch blue recovery strap rated to 14,400 pounds, ¾-inch D-shackle rated to 18,000 pounds, storage bag and winching gloves
  • Ford Accessories tray-style floor liner
  • Addictive Desert Designs custom Xbox mounts
  • Katzkin custom-embroidered Xbox One X leather interior
  • Xbox One X game consoles mounted behind rear seats, plus Xbox Design Labs winter forces game controllers
  • Heavy-duty headrest-mounted screens from Next Base
  • 42-inch high-definition external screens for outside gaming
  • Forza Horizon 4 loaded in Xbox One X consoles
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Project Nightfall

The vast majority of future Ranger owners will relate to this. Its a Ranger Lariat 4x4 SuperCrew, built with urban living in mind and still featuring some adventure-focused appeal to build on the Rangers strengths, as seen with other builds shown here. Behind the matte gray and vivid green highlighted color scheme and those eye-catching Black Rhino Mint 20-inch wheels are a mix off off-road capable parts that don't sacrifice on-road smoothness; Airlift load lifter, BDS Suspension upper control arms, FOX 3-inch leveling kit with off-road shocks and Cooper Discoverer STT Pro tires that do most of the work. To improve on Rangers urban living appeal we get; Alea leather, a KICKER speaker system, Trent’s Trick Upholstery customer interior accents, Yakima JetStream roof rack and Highroads bike carriers and NFab Epyx side steps that contribute the most to everyday practicality.

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Project Nightfall is an adventurer that’s equally at home in the city

Project Nightfall combines off-road capability with sleek, upscale styling that makes it equally fit for urban living. Accessories begin with an A.R.E. CX Revo cap, BDS Suspension upper control arms, Airlift load lifter, Fox shocks, Bushwacker fender flares, custom Ford Performance stealth bumpers, NFab Epyx side steps and Black Rhino Mint 20-inch wheels with Cooper Discoverer STT Pro tires for a smooth silhouette. Custom Axalta paint by Lynch Concepts immediately grabs the spotlight. Wrapped in a cool matte gray with vivid green highlights, Project Nightfall is the perfect complement to Ford Ranger’s return to the North American market.

Base Vehicle
  • 2019 Ranger Lariat 4x4 SuperCrew
  • 2.3-liter EcoBoost I4 engine
  • 10-speed automatic transmission

Powertrain
  • Ford Performance by Borla cat-back exhaust and differential cover

Chassis
  • BDS Suspension upper control arms
  • Airlift load lifter
  • FOX 3-inch leveling kit with off-road shocks

Wheels and Tires
  • Black Rhino Mint wheels, 20 x 10 inches
  • Cooper Discoverer STT Pro tires, 305/55R-20

Exterior
  • Custom stealth bumpers from Ford Performance
  • A.R.E. CX Revo cap
  • Axalta paint by Lynch Concepts
  • Bushwacker fender flares
  • CargoGlide bed tray system
  • Lizard Skin spray-on wheel well insulation
  • NFab Epyx side steps
  • NFab tire carrier
  • Yakima JetStream roof rack and Highroads bike carriers

Interior
  • Ford Performance by WARN Industries recovery kit includes 22-foot by two-inch blue recovery strap rated to 14,400 pounds, ¾-inch D-shackle rated to 18,000 pounds, storage bag and winching gloves
  • Ford Accessories tray-style floor liner
  • KICKER speaker system
  • Trent’s Trick Upholstery customer interior accents
  • Alea leather
  • Lightforce switch fascia
Source: Ford USA

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post #2 of 9 (permalink) Old 11-14-2018, 06:43 PM
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Great example of what can be done when you combine some generous capital and industry experts to design Rangers that have just about all areas complement each other. Owners take note!
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disappointed that there's a lot of talk about accessories for the new Ranger but no photo's that show even a small variety of them, all that can be found are those with yakima parts.
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Love the focus we are seeing on off road oriented modifications. Hopefully this means that the companies who helped build these concepts will be providing the Ranger with mods for regular consumers as well.
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Great example of what can be done when you combine some generous capital and industry experts to design Rangers that have just about all areas complement each other. Owners take note!
shame that we won't be getting a Raptor version from launch but you can bet stirring up customization/personalization culture will pave the way
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I don't think sales for the RR would have been all that successful in NA, with what we are seeing price wise for the turbo diesel in foreign markets. Ford needs to ensure that this new variant doesn't cannibalize the sales of the F150 version.
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Don't forget that Ford is also going to use the new Ranger to upsell many customers on an F150. They are fairly comparable in terms of dimensions and unfortunately Ford has opted not to offer the Ranger with a regular cab.
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Have you seen the back seats in the Ranger? I don't think they could have gone any smaller and still considered it a 4 seater. The monospec configuration will hopefully just be for launch and we should see some expansion in the coming years.
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Have you seen the back seats in the Ranger? I don't think they could have gone any smaller and still considered it a 4 seater. The monospec configuration will hopefully just be for launch and we should see some expansion in the coming years.
Valid point especially when F-150's can't built fast enough, at some point the Ranger has to pick up F-150 traits.
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