2021 Ford Ranger Tremor SEMA Show Truck Ready to Shake Up Some Adventure
The pandemic has canceled just about every major event in 2020, including the annual SEMA Show auto show. Normally, SEMA would already be behind us. But this year, the world’s largest aftermarket auto show is going virtual, and once again, Ford is rolling deep with its modified vehicle debut. Revealed online alongside a Mustang Mach-E drift car, a land-prepared Bronco Sport, a two-door Bronco built for the dunes and more, this custom 2021 Ford Ranger Tremor gives us want to escape the confines of our home offices and enjoy the great outdoors.
The truck started life as the 2021 Ford Ranger XLT Tremor SuperCrew and has been transformed by Ford’s vehicle customization team into the nature-ready vehicle you see here. Construction primarily uses parts available through and from Ford Performance, including Borla’s cat-back exhaust, rear differential cover, hood hinge auxiliary lights, and bumper-mounted fog lights. rigid and off-road recovery panels, a portable air compressor from ARB and a standard off-road recovery kit from Warn.
ARB provided other goodies like the safari snorkel, the Elements refrigerator mounted on a bed slider, and a tie-down kit. Meanwhile, all recreational gear is courtesy of Yakima, including the OverHaul HD Bed Rack with Accessory Side Bars, FrontLoader Bike Rack, JayLow Kayak Rack, and “SlimShady” Awning.
Beyond all that, however, this show truck is pretty much an original Ford Ranger Tremor with nice stripes. As a reminder, the Tremor package gives you special Fox 2.0 monotube shocks with remote reservoirs, performance tuned front coil springs and rear leaf springs, frame mounted front baseplate, plates protection and an exclusive set of 17-inch wheels wrapped in 32-inch General Grabber all-terrain tires. Like all Rangers, the Tremor is powered by a 2.3-liter EcoBoost turbo-four mated to a 10-speed automatic and good for 270 horsepower and 310 lb-ft of torque.
While SEMA isn’t quite the same without the vast sea of sweaty bodies and the overwhelming number of cars that trigger ADD, we’re happy that OEMs are still showing off their best custom builds, even if not. that digitally. This Outdoor Oriented Ranger is exactly what we need right now.
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