Upon its arrival, the 2020 Ford Ranger seemed to be more off-road-ready than many of the platforms that we’ve seen this year. Despite this, droves of the company’s biggest supporters have been thinking of ways to elaborate upon its already-capable parts package. For ROUSH, the introduction of an enhanced aesthetic suite, a formidable suspension revision (in collaboration with FOX), and various utilitarian upgrades were all part of the plan.
The 2020 ROUSH Ranger, as it’s been dubbed, still sports the same 270-horsepower, 2.3-liter EcoBoost engine as the base Ford model, but where the vehicle truly shines is in its smaller intricacies. To give the mid-sized platform its very own persona, the brand has equipped the Ranger with a high-performance, dual-tip cat-back exhaust system, a ROUSH/Fox performance suspension system, General Tire 32-inch Grabber A/TX tires, and a bevy of exterior components. Alongside the truck’s all-new, ROUSH-branded grille and fender flares, the vehicle has been outfitted with dual LED lights, puddle lamps, a tow-hook package, and an off-road utility kit for improved trail-fairing functionality. Inside, a newly-upholstered interior makes its debut alongside premium leather trappings and high-quality quilted stitching. Head to ROUSH’s website to learn more about the package, which will cost $12,750 atop the Ranger’s factory MSRP.