Carlex Design Atelier Upgrades Ford RangerJune 11, 2020
Tuners from Carlex Design gave the Ford Ranger an aggressive look, changing the exterior and interior of the pickup.
According to the tuning company, a small block appeared in front of the headlamps; here, specialists also installed a company-specific radiator grill for the studio with diagonal stripes on each side and vertical sections.
The modified Ford Ranger was also equipped with larger wheel arches for installing 5-spoke wheels with BF Goodrich off-road tires. In addition, you can now increase the ride height of the pickup truck thanks to the new adjustable suspension.
Salon, in turn, the Carlex Design studio has completely revised. A textured pattern is applied to the central area of the front and rear seats, in particular, they were decorated with silver stripes and the corresponding stitching.
As noted in the studio, the Ranger built by their specialists will delight the driver and passengers with a high level of comfort even on impassable roads.
In addition, most recently in Japan showed tuning for the Daihatsu Taft and Suzuki Hustler. The cost of new tuning packages is currently not disclosed.
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