Ford has introduced multiple new packages for the Mustang, Bronco and Ranger, the automaker announced.
“Ford customers love to personalize the performance and appearance of their vehicles, especially Mustang, Bronco and Ranger,” said Mark Wilson, Ford North America Vehicle Personalization manager. “The Ford Performance parts packages we’re debuting combine the latest design trends with aftermarket accessories engineered to work with these vehicles out of the box.”
The Ranger Ford Performance Off-Road concept package targets the overlanding space, Ford said, and is available on 2024 Ranger XLT and Lariat models with four-wheel-drive equipped. The package adds an ARB overland suspension kit. ARB also provides new front and rear bumpers with additional recovery points, while an onboard air compressor, SOLIS lights, and a 47-quart refrigerator/freezer are also available.
The Bronco Ford Performance ORV concept package is available on any Bronco Base, Big Bend, Black Diamond, or Outer Banks with the 2.3-liter EcoBoost engine and either automatic or manual transmission.
It starts with a 2.0-inch lift via a Bilstein suspension. Riding atop 17-inch white wheels and 35-inch tires, the Bronco package also adds a software calibration for the 2.3-liter engine. Ford Performance options for the ORV pack include a high-clearance Borla cat-back exhaust, an ARB jack and mount, and an underhood compressor.
The new Ford Mustang FP800S concept package joins the F-150 FP700 Package from Ford Performance Parts, bringing straight-line performance to street vehicles. The FP800S package can be built atop any 2024 Mustang GT coupe and adds the 3.0-liter, sixth-generation Whipple Supercharger kit (also available independently of the FP800S package), elevating total output to at least 800 horsepower.
To help manage the fury of the additional horsepower over the standard Mustang GT, the FP800S includes a Ford Performance half-shaft upgrade kit and a street lowering kit. Options include a Borla Extreme cat-back exhaust with quad 5.0-inch tips and carbon-fiber aero elements.
Ford is also introducing its Ford Accessory Personalization program for Bronco and Bronco Sport, the manufacturer said. The Ford Accessory Personalization concept package for the Bronco balances the style-focused approach of the Blue Free Wheeling with larger mechanical changes. Starting with a 2.0-inch lift from a Bilstein suspension that’s been tuned to Ford Performance specifications, this package includes retro graphics, an open-air Bimini roof, tube doors and painted wheel arches and grille from the Outer Banks trim, Ford said.
Ford is also expanding its vehicle wraps and graphics offerings with custom vinyl wraps in 60 colors and three different finishes (gloss, satin, and matte) through Ford Vinyl Wraps. Customers owning select vehicles will be able to select their car, truck, or SUV online in early 2024 and preview the available wrap colors, Ford said. An independent network of professional wrap installers will coordinate the work and make sure the job is done as quickly as possible, usually under two weeks from order to completion with the car only out for customization for a few days. The program will roll out in Michigan, Florida, Texas and California and expand nationwide, Ford said, and will be available for certain newer model year F-150, Mustang, Bronco, and Explorer vehicles.