The engineering boffins at TJM 4×4 Components are doing the job all over the clock to convey to market its assortment of equipment for the just-introduced 2023 Ford Ranger.
With the Australian business not too long ago revealing a few of teaser pictures on its website of a subsequent-gen Ranger draped in TJM gear.
The photographs – more than possible computer system-created – present a Ranger putting on a hoopless metal bar with an integrated mild bar.
“We are difficult at function performing what we do very best: building and engineering a array of top quality accessories to transform this extremely-anticipated utility vehicle into an off-roading superweapon,” the internet site suggests.
TJM provides it will have a “thoroughly-loaded suite of bull bars, facet ways, rear bars, underbody safety, high quality canopies and Airtec snorkels … [as well as] the newest line of XGS high quality suspension kits.”
It can be unclear when these products will be disclosed and produced, but anticipate a smorgasbord of tools from aftermarket firms to land on shelves in the coming months.
As disclosed before this year, a partnership amongst Ford and ARB will allow for homeowners to choice up their motor vehicle from Ford dealerships with a suite of ARB equipment like bullbars, canopies, air lockers, suspension offers and underbody defense.
The Ford Ranger is formally on sale now, with 17,000 pre-orders presently getting crammed and arriving in driveways as we communicate. Ford Australia claims it intends to convey 10,000 Rangers to Australia above the subsequent two months.
The P703 Ranger is out there in XL, XLS, XLT, Sport and Wildtrak guise – with a Ranger Raptor on the horizon, to land in August. The 2.-litre bi-turbo diesel with 10-pace vehicle is carried above from the earlier model, although a 3.-litre diesel V6 motor is all-new.
The lowest priced 4×4 selection is an XL single cab-chassis priced at $47,030 ahead of on-street costs, with the range maxxing out at $70,190 additionally ORC for the V6-powered Wildtrak.