The Ford Ranger bakkie is a popular subject for making modifications and Polish-based tuning firm, Carlex Design, has gone all out to make a mean-looking Ranger. Check it out!
The broad and chiselled look of the Ford Ranger has provided the perfect canvas for avid modifiers and tuners to show off their creativity. This latest creation from Carlex Design shows just how mean the Ford Ranger can really look if you are willing to throw lots of time and money at it.
The blacked-out grille and heavily modified front bumper give this Ford Ranger an imposing presence and Carlex has also fitted a steel kid plate to protect the Ranger from dame while traversing tough terrain. The flared wheel arch extensions provide visual width to the vehicle and chunky BF Goodrich All-Terrain tyres wrapped over black rims further adds to the menacing appearance of this wild Ranger. Rock sliders are also fitted.
At the rear Carlex has fitted a new bumper as well as a uniquely angular, powder-coated sports bar fitted to the load bed. The exterior look is rounded off with a Carlex Design graphics.
On the inside, sporty seats are wrapped in a leather and Alcantara combination with silver contrasting stitching and the obligatory Carlex badging throughout. You’ll also notice the new leather-bound steering wheel that is much thicker and more stylised than the standard steering wheel found in the Ranger.
What do you think of the look? Do you think you would be able to live with this Ford Ranger every day?
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