Attainable is different to everyone. What’s attainable for someone working at a minimum-wage job is very different from what an executive finds attainable. Keep that in mind when we talk about the Hellwig Ford Ranger cheekily called “Attainable Adventure.” Sure, the Hellwig Ranger is more attainable than something like an EarthRoamer XV-HD, but the Hellwig Ford Ranger looks like an expensive outfit to us.
Ford teased this Ranger ahead of SEMA with a rendering that didn’t do the truck justice. It’s fitted with a bike rack out back with a pair of Specialized e-Bikes ready to go exploring. The bike rack swings out of the way, giving access to a roof-top tent and a camp kitchen that slides out of the bed.
The truck has off-grid power as well. The Trail Kitchen galley in the bed of the truck has a sink, Camp Chef stove on a BedSlide, and an ARB refrigerator. Power comes from a Goal Zero Yeti 1400 power station with solar panels. The truck has lighting from Rigid Industries, and the tent on the top of the bed frame is a Tepui Hybox.
Functional bits on the truck include an Icon Vehicle Dynamics Stage 5 suspension and 35-inch Falken Wildpeak M/T tires on 17-inch Icon Alloys Compression wheels. To get those big tires on the truck required a set of Bushwhacker fender flares. The bumpers on the front and rear are Addictive Desert Designs units, and the grille is a T-Rex X-Metal grille. We’d like to know just how attainable this rig is, but there is no indication of how much it cost.
Source: New Atlas