In celebration of this year’s SEMA, the Ford Ranger Skyjacker has been unveiled as a special one-off build that shows off the possibilities of how it can be customised for extreme off-roading via the aftermarket sector.
“Just how far can a 2021 Ford Ranger Skyjacker travel off the beaten path?” The North American brand asks.
Giving it an extreme off-road persona, the Ford Ranger Skyjacker features a Skyjacker suspension which consists of a six-inch lift plus front and rear off-road bumpers, a Warn winch and rock slider side steps.
The Ford Ranger Skyjacker also adopts some parts from the Performance department. Furthermore, Rigid Industries A-pillar lighting, a rooftop off-road lightbar, EcoBoost engine Power Pack performance calibration, cat-back exhaust with black chrome tips and differential cover have been added in an attempt to create the ultimate in off-road gear.
The Ford Ranger Skyjacker is also joined by the Attitude Performance Outside Magazine Ranger Tremor at this year’s SEMA. This example has been designed in cooperation with Outside Magazine with the mission of inspiring participation in the great outdoors and support adventure travel and sports.
Starting with a Ranger Tremor, the bakkie features a six-inch suspension lift, Ford Performance Parts front bumper, sport exhaust and lighting by Rigid Industries. The outdoor lifestyle is supported by a Ford licensed accessories bed rack by Yakima and a Thule Tepui rooftop tent. Going off-grid is made possible thanks to a Watergen atmospheric water generation system that pulls potable water straight from humidity in the air.
The cabin is finished with custom Outside Magazine-inspired Katzkin leather seating surfaces, while the truck wears a two-tone Cactus Gray and Carbonized Gray paint job.