It sure is wide.
Ford builds some of the world's most popular trucks, including the Ranger, which has found massive success on an international scale. For most, however, the F-150 is the one to go for, especially the hardcore F-150 Raptor. But fans of the Ranger also love an aggressive-looking truck, and in international markets, it's received a lot of aftermarket attention. Prior Design, a German automotive styling, and design company that usually spends its time working on exotics, has now released a mean-looking widebody kit for this rugged off-roader, and we have to admit that it looks awesome.
The company has posted a video showing off a black Ford Ranger sporting the new kit. From the front, the custom Prior Design grille takes center stage and can be had with, or without the Prior logo. The side profile of the truck sees a significant change thanks to a set of ultra-wide fender flares that hide a set of La Chanti off-road multi-spoke wheels with red highlights. At the back, the Prior Design Ranger gets a tasteful rear spoiler and apron. According to the tuning firm, the kit is made from a high-quality fiberglass-Dura-Flex mixture, giving the parts great flexibility and structural integrity.
Prior Design also offers a full performance exhaust system for the Ranger that should free up some extra ponies and make a bit more noise. Locally, the Ford Ranger is available in three trims and all are powered by a 2.3-liter turbo inline-four engine, with prices starting from $24,820 for the XL base model. There is no word on the availability of the Prior Design kit in the US, and its North American website does not mention the new package, but in Europe the full set will cost you a cool 5,218 Euros ($6,315). Totally worth it.