Ford is bringing a collection of brand new Ranger concepts to this year’s SEMA Show in Las Vegas.
The all-new Ranger is set to take the mid-size pickup market by storm, and announcing their presence at this year’s SEMA Show are seven brand new concepts from Ford Performance. Each of these concepts use accessories and performance parts from the Ranger’s catalog of over 150 components, with a few aftermarket toys thrown in from some of Ford’s partners.
Starting with easily the wildest truck of the group, Addictive Desert Designs brings us the Xbox Ranger. Inspired by the Xbox Design Lab, which is a program that allows hardcore gamers to customize their very own Xbox One controllers, ADD collaborated with Forza Horizon gamer Nick Andrew (aka AR12 Gaming) to bring us the ultimate gamer pickup.
In the rear seats are a pair of Xbox One X consoles with headrest-mounted TV screens. But if staring at the back of a seat rest isn’t enough, there’s a pair of 42-inch screens in the bed that you can play on instead.
But this isn’t just a gamer’s truck. The Xbox Ranger has also been outfitted with a BDS Suspension 6-inch lift kit, Fox coil-overs, custom front and rear bumpers from ADD, custom color-matched Rev 833 wheels, and BFGoodrich Mud Terrain KM3 tires. Oh, and it comes with Forza 4, of course.
Next up is the Ranger Pre-Runner from Ford Performance. Based on the 2019 Ranger Lariat 4x4 SuperCrew with FX4 Off-road package, the Pre-Runner comes with an electronic locking rear differential, Fox/BDS Suspension three-inch leveling kit with off-road shocks, BDS upper control arm kit, and a Ford Performance cat-back exhaust.
Addictive Desert Designs also provided the Desert Racer front bumper with integrated skid plate and rear bumper, chase rack, and illuminated Rock Slider side steps.
Last on our preview is the Ranger Base Camp from Ford Performance and Warn Industries. Once again, the FX4 Off-road package is paired to the Ranger, along with the Sport Appearance Package on an XLT 4x4 SuperCrew. A Fox/BDS Suspension three-inch leveling kit with off-road shocks, skid plates, differential cover, snorkel, and grille guard help get this truck to where it needs to go, while the back is covered in attachments to set up your own personal base camp.
A heavy-duty rack kit by Outpost, a Slim Shady awning, and Yakima Skinny Warrior roof basket all make the Ranger into your home away from home.
All come with the Ranger’s standard 2.3-liter EcoBoost inline 4-cylinder engine and 10-speed automatic transmission.
You’ll be able to catch these Rangers and more concepts at SEMA, starting today in Las Vegas.