If the already available upgrades weren’t enough, Ford has come up with the all-new Tremor variant for its 2021 Ranger.
Ford already offers a wide variety of options to upgrade its 2021 Ranger. And now, Ford will now add the Ranger Tremor to its lineup, a variant that should be off-road-ready right off the dealers, according to the manufacturer.
The Tremor variant will come equipped with Fox 2.0 remote-reservoir shocks at all four corners with retuned springs, hydraulic bumpstops, and softer anti-roll bars. With its 32-inch all-terrain tires and extra 0.8 inches of ground clearance, the Ranger Tremor is ready to tackle some of the most challenging terrains. And even better, the payload and towing capacity will be similar, even with the additional suspension upgrades.
The approach angle of the vehicle has improved by 2.2 degrees to take the total to 30.9 degrees, with the breakover angle getting to a total of 24.2 degrees, improving by 2.7 degrees. On the other hand, the departure angle remains almost the same at 25.5, gaining only 0.1 degrees.
The car also comes with an electronic locking rear differential, skid plates, Trail Control, terrain modes, and an extra rear recovery hook. The Tremor package will also include some visual upgrades, including large Tremor decals, tube steps, and dark gray wheels. The grille includes distinctive red accents with a color base made of black and gray shades.
The interior of the vehicle has been packed with a ton of dashboard switches, and Tremor logos stitched into the back of the seats. Additionally, the seats will also get faux-suede inserts.
Ford Ranger Tremor will go into production at the beginning of next year and is expected to be available soon after. The estimated cost for the upgrade is around $4,290, and it would be available on XLT-through Lariat-trim SuperCrew Rangers with 4WD.