At the SEMA tuning exhibition will show an evil version of the Ford Ranger pickupNovember 4, 2019
The author of this crazy project is the well-known tuning company PaxPower, which wants to effectively remind of itself by showing at the SEMA exhibition a highly modernized version of the compact Ford Ranger pickup.
As the basis of their next project, the experts of the tuning company PaxPower chose the 2019 Ford Model Ranger pickup performed by Lariat FX4. Some body panels were taken from the original Ford Ranger Raptor – the most powerful version of the model that the American automaker offers.
Speaking about the truck chassis, PaxPower decided to “get confused,” and not just borrow the same components that are used in the Ranger Raptor. As a result, the car received an individual type suspension, which includes undirected control levers and 2.5-inch racing shock absorbers with travel adjustment knobs. Hefty off-road tires are mounted on 17-inch wheels, and they are powered by an improved version of the 2.3-liter turbocharged four-cylinder Ranger. Power is now 350 horsepower, whereas before, this figure was 210 hp.
As representatives of the PaxPower studio separately noted, their project based on the usual Ford Ranger can easily surpass the full-size F-150 Raptor truck in almost everything.
The guys from PaxPower set the price for their work at $ 65,000, and it’s noteworthy that the new F-150 Raptor costs about the same. PaxPower will unveil its Ranger Raptor this week at the SEMA Show.
Not so long ago, our publication wrote that Ford will present the most powerful and huge pickup F-450 Super Duty at the SEMA Show in Las Vegas. Someone thought that a standard pickup truck is very large. Then we advise you to take a look at this version from DeBerti Design. The pickup will be the main star at the Ford SEMA Show in Las Vegas.
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