Although positioned in the concept car, the Ford Ranger Storm is still based on the concept of the current Ford Ranger by adding kits. Ford's move is naturally considered for the aftermarket in South America. In appearance, the new Ford Ranger Storm concept car is fitted with Pirelli's MTR Scorpion all-terrain tires, matching 17-inch aluminum alloy wheels. After upgrading the tires, the vehicle posture of the new Ford Ranger Storm concept car has been significantly improved. However, in terms of chassis, the Ford Ranger Storm concept car did not upgrade the suspension system, still retaining the configuration of the regular version.
In terms of appearance, the Ford Ranger Storm concept car is optimized for exterior details. The intake grille uses a letter grille that is similar to the US version of the Ranger Raptor, but the letters on the grille become Storm. And embellished with silver highlights. The fog lamp trim cover on both sides of the front bumper adjusts the form of the fog lamp and is composed of two LED light sources. A silver shield is added to the front bumper to embellish it. In terms of the kit, the Ranger Storm concept car adds a roof rack to the roof of the gantry, and the right fender adds an additional wading throat.
The overall color of the car is dominated by two colors of orange and black. The black cross-country protection kit wraps the area under the cab, while the position of the container changes to the main color. This style of creation is very different from the Raptor version of the North American market.
In terms of power, the Ford Ranger Storm concept car is powered by a 3.2-liter inline five-cylinder diesel engine with a maximum output of 200 hp and a maximum torque of 470 N·m. It is matched with a six-speed automatic transmission and a four-wheel drive system.
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