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Will The 2024 Ford Ranger Tremor Be Offered With SuperCab?

While the all-new, next-generation Ford Ranger has already launched in select international markets, the mid-size pickup won’t arrive in the U.S. until later this year for the 2024 model year, as Ford Authority previously reported. As we await its arrival, Ford Authority has spotted a number of next-gen Ranger prototypes in different configurations, including a SuperCrew, an extended wheelbase prototype, a long bed model, and a North American spec pickup wearing zero camouflage. Now, Ford Authority has spotted what appears to be a 2024 Ford Ranger Tremor SuperCab, which is notable for a few reasons.

For starters, the current-gen Ranger Tremor Off-Road Package is offered exclusively on SuperCrew pickups – not SuperCab models. However, there are several tells that make it seem as if this is, indeed, a 2024 Ford Ranger Tremor model – it’s equipped with a skid plate up front, along with what appears to be a raised suspension, and General Grabber tires, which are currently included with the 2023 Ranger Tremor and not the FX4 Off-Road Package. Additionally, the FX4 package doesn’t come with any sort of lift, and this prototype also appears to have provisions for side marker lamps on the front wheel wells, which are required in the U.S.

Currently, the Tremor Off-Road Package adds a considerable amount of equipment to the current-gen Ranger as an option for XLT Mid and High Package- equipped pickups, as well as Lariat-trimmed models equipped with four-wheel drive and the aforementioned SuperCrew configuration. On the outside, that list includes a black steel exposed bash plate and a host of Magnetic-painted parts including the fender vent surrounds, black mesh grille with black bars and red accent nostrils, wheel flares, front and rear bumpers, and unique 17-inch wheels.

Additionally, the Tremor package adds off-road hoop steps, LT265/70R17 all-terrain tires, a Tremor box decal, skid plates, an electronic locking differential, and an off-road tuned suspension with Fox dampers. Inside the cabin, the Ranger Tremor is equipped with floor liners, an off-road screen in the instrument cluster, six upfitter switches, black interior accents, Miko seats, the Terrain Management System, and Trail Control.

As Ford Authority reported back in September 2021, the 2024 Ford Ranger is expected to enter production at the Ford Michigan Assembly Plant in May of 2023. Meanwhile, the Ranger Raptor will also be making its debut in the U.S. this year as well, which will mark that high-performance off-roader’s debut in that particular country.

We’ll have more on the 2024 Ford Ranger Tremor soon, so subscribe to Ford Authority for the latest Ford Ranger news, and around-the-clock Ford news coverage.

Brett's lost track of all the Fords he's owned over the years and how much he's spent modifying them, but his current money pits include an S550 Mustang and 13th gen F-150.

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  1. John

    Really glad to see Ford offering multiple bodystyle choices here, unlike GM.

    Here’s hoping there’s a version with the Bronco’s manual transmission!

  2. Robo

    Maybe they are offering beefier fender flares for the Tremor package, and they removed them to help disguise this as a Tremor?

  3. Raz

    Very refreshing to see a midsize truck prototype that is not a crew cab. Looks great Ford! I hope the Supercab is available in all trim packages.

  4. BaubbCaubbKnaubbbbb

    Please… Offer something other than a turbo 4 cylinder that belongs in a car or CUV.

    The Nissan is probably going to be the only midsize truck with a naturally aspirated engine.


    1. Dave

      The Jeep Gladiator has a naturally aspirated V6.

    2. Alex Luft

      “The Nissan is probably going to be the only midsize truck with a naturally aspirated engine.”
      That naturally aspirated engine is already weaker than those boosted four cylinders that, according to you, belong in a car or a CUV.
      “Offer something other than a turbo 4 cylinder that belongs in a car or CUV.”
      The 2.3L in the current Ranger is already a far better powerplant than what Nissan is offering in its “all new” Frontier.

  5. hot toddy

    I would love to see this happen. Ford as well as all the other auto manufacturers have ignored this single cab configuration for too long

  6. Hubert Farnsworth

    Finally! A Supercab may be enough to sway me from a Canyon.

  7. cukimunstar

    Hope it has dual injection this time instead of just direct

  8. Pat

    When will the 2024 Ranger XLT supercab be available for purchase.

    1. Neal

      In the U.S., probably not for MY 2024. If enough of us hold off, they will eventually have to consider reversing the decision to build only four door models.


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