With Ford focused on making and selling more off-road-focused parts and accessories – many of them developed in conjunction with third-party aftermarket companies – owners of vehicles like the Ford Bronco and Ford Ranger have more choices in that department than ever before. To help show off this ever-expanding catalog of goods, The Blue Oval is bringing a number of custom vehicles to the 2023 SEMA Show in Las Vegas, including the just-revealed Ford Mustang FP800S package, along with a pair of Ford Performance Off-Road Vehicle (ORV) packages for the Ford Bronco and Ranger.
The Ford Performance Off-Road Vehicle (ORV) offerings are intended to be turnkey offerings for customers that want a ready-made, highly-capable off-road vehicle, adding a number of upgrades that owners typically purchase and install after they acquire those vehicles. On the Ranger side of the equation, the mid-size pickup’s ORV concept package is focused on overlanding, and is compatible with the XLT and Lariat trims with four-wheel drive. From there, Ford Performance adds an ARB overland suspension kit, ARB front and rear bumpers, and extra recovery points. Those wanting more can get an onboard air compressor, SOLIS lighting, and a 47-quart fridge/freezer combo as options, too.
Meanwhile, the Ford Bronco ORV concept package can be added to any Base, Big Bend, Black Diamond, or Outer Banks trimmed-SUV with the turbocharged 2.3L I-4 EcoBoost engine and either the 10-speed automatic or seven-speed manual transmission. The package adds a two-inch lift and Bilstein suspension, unique 17-inch wheels, 35-inch tires, and a software calibration that boosts output. Additional options for the Ford Bronco ORV package include a high-clearance Borla cat-back exhaust, an ARB jack and mount, and an underhood compressor.
For now, these packages are concepts, but Ford Performance will soon be adding them to its catalog for customers to purchase. The Blue Oval hasn’t yet revealed pricing for these new ORV packages or options, but all will be available via the Ford Performance Parts website or through a dealer accessory counter, and can be installed by a Ford dealer or ASE-certified shop.