The 2021 Ford Ranger Tremor is billed as the most off-road capable version of the midsize truck, so that’s where Fox News Autos Editor Gary Gastelu took it to see if it lives up to the hype.
Wat in the world?
Thailands Wat Ford has combined a Ford Mustang with a Ranger pickup. (Wat Ford)
Wat Ford modified the front fascia of a Mustang to fit onto a Ranger, which it also gave a widebody treatment, Shelby-style racing stripes and pony badges on the front fenders.
The truck is equipped with an air suspension that can turn it into a lowrider on demand.
Wat Ford is known for its outlandish custom Ranger builds. (Wat Ford)
The outfit hasn’t responded to a request for information on the engine, but the Rangers that are built and sold in Thailand all come from the factory with turbocharged diesel four-cylinder engines. Ford does sell the regular Mustang in Thailand for prices starting at the equivalent of $110,000.
And while the idea of a pony truck (Clydesdale?) might seem odd, don’t forget that Ford now sells the electric Mustang Mach-E SUV and has indicated an interest in expanding the Mustang brand.