The engineering boffins at TJM 4×4 Components are doing work all over the clock to convey to current market its variety of equipment for the just-unveiled 2023 Ford Ranger.
With the Australian firm just lately revealing a couple of teaser pictures on its website of a up coming-gen Ranger draped in TJM gear.
The photos – additional than most likely pc-produced – clearly show a Ranger donning a hoopless metal bar with an built-in gentle bar.
“We are tricky at do the job carrying out what we do greatest: coming up with and engineering a variety of premium add-ons to flip this remarkably-anticipated utility car or truck into an off-roading superweapon,” the web-site states.
TJM adds it will have a “absolutely-loaded suite of bull bars, aspect steps, rear bars, underbody protection, top quality canopies and Airtec snorkels … [as well as] the latest line of XGS premium suspension kits.”
It truly is unclear when these products will be revealed and produced, but be expecting a smorgasbord of devices from aftermarket firms to land on shelves in the coming months.
As disclosed earlier this yr, a partnership amongst Ford and ARB will make it possible for entrepreneurs to selection up their motor vehicle from Ford dealerships with a suite of ARB components which includes bullbars, canopies, air lockers, suspension deals and underbody security.
The Ford Ranger is formally on sale now, with 17,000 pre-orders presently becoming stuffed and arriving in driveways as we converse. Ford Australia states it intends to deliver 10,000 Rangers to Australia in excess of the future two months.
The P703 Ranger is obtainable 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-speed car is carried over from the prior model, although a 3.-litre diesel V6 motor is all-new.
The cheapest 4×4 choice is an XL one taxi-chassis priced at $47,030 just before on-street expenses, with the variety maxxing out at $70,190 plus ORC for the V6-driven Wildtrak.