A company from Germany called Delta 4×4 has unveiled their modified Ford Ranger pickup. The company says that pickups are taking Europe by storm, and the Ford Ranger accounts for nearly 1/3 of new pickups sold in the country. The team set out to modify a Ranger to make it more off-road capable and give it additional style.
The Delta 4×4 Ford Ranger has a four-centimeter suspension lift and a body lift kit lift to give the truck additional clearance to fit the Mud Terrain tires. The overall lift is 14 centimeters, and the tires are Cooper SST Pro 305/60 R18 units. Those tires are mounted to in-house designed WP light-alloy wheels in matte black. The larger diameter tires give the truck overall additional ground clearance of 20 to 30 millimeters.
The company fitted “wide-body” fender extensions that are painted vehicle body color. The front of the vehicle has what Americans would call a “bull bar,” but the German company says it is a pedestrian safety bar. We don’t think a tubular steel bumper guard will help a pedestrian if they walk out in front of the truck. That bar also serves as a mounting point for a pair of LED lights.
Components used on the Delta 4×4 Ford Ranger are currently available in Europe with the 100-millimeter body lift kit costing €2260 with the taller suspension springs and shock absorber selling for €2216.38. The 18-inch wheels with the tires mentioned cost €2900 for the set. The wide-body fenders are available for €1800 and the front bar is €560. The driving lights are €600, and all the prices are in addition to any labor or painting. Ranger fans in the U.S. can get the Roush Cold Air Intake.
Source: Delta 4×4