When the 2021 Ford Ranger Tremor was revealed last week, one of the more interesting features available with the new off-road package is a set of optional graphics for the hood and body. Ford Authority has learned that this feature is officially called the Tremor Body-Side and Hood Graphic, and the option is assigned option code 47Z.
The new graphics package for the Ford Ranger Tremor adds an extra level of personalization to the option package, and sets it apart visually from other available packages like the newly announced STX Special Edition. According to Ford, 75 percent of Ranger buyers add appearance packages to their new trucks, which is why it’s providing multiple new options for the 2021 model year.
Outside of the optional graphics package, the Tremor comes with two new recovery hooks in the rear in addition to the two up front, wider wheel lip moldings, new hoop steps, a front grille with a Magnetic-painted surround and black bars running across the middle with red nostril accents in the corners, and special badging on both sides of the cargo box.
The off-road focused package also features a lifted suspension, redesigned front knuckles, and 32 inch Tremor-specific Continental General Grabber A/TX all-terrain tires mounted on new 17 inch Magnetic-painted wheels. Underneath, the Tremor utilizes specially-tuned Fox 2.0 monotube dampers with remote rear reservoirs and hydraulic rebound stops.
Additional goodies include a frame-mounted steel front bash plate and underbody skid plates, rear locking differential, Terrain Management System with four drive modes, Trail Control, and a six-switch auxiliary power bank. Inside the cabin, the Tremor sports seats with Miko suede inserts and “Tremor” stitched into the seatbacks, along with black accents.
The 2021 Ford Ranger Tremor off-road package will be available on mid-range XLT and range-topping Lariat 2021 Ranger trucks in the SuperCrew 4×4 configuration. Package pricing is $4,290 MSRP. Like all 2021 Ford Ranger models for North America, the Tremor will be built at the Ford Michigan Assembly Plant in Wayne, Michigan, with production slated to begin in early 2021.