Advanced Accessory Concepts is a California-based aftermarket company that simultaneously specializes in various electronics controls and storage solutions. Per their website, the company is made up of enthusiasts and that “strive to offer products that perform beyond consumer expectation in both fit and finish, resulting in higher quality accessories and focused customer service.” As a demonstration of their abilities, AAC has taken a 2019 Ford Ranger XLT and transformed it into something well beyond what you can find off the dealership lot.
The the kit on this Ford Ranger SEMA show truck shows off AFN bumpers, a skid plate, rock sliders and Ford Performance rear differential cover for underbody protection. Meanwhile, the pickup truck bed has been transformed to an AFN aluminum tray bed complete with a canopy topper. From there, there’s an Icon 3.5-inch lift kit with Vector wheels and Warn Zeon Platinum 10-S winch provide the ability to blaze the trail. Keeping users comfortable with this Advanced Accessory Concepts Ford Ranger is a Tepui Hybox tent complete with a 50-quart refrigerator by ARB.
This 2019 Ford Ranger SEMA truck will be on display at the Ford booth inside the Las Vegas Convention Center from Tuesday, November 5 to Friday, November 8. The massive Ford setup will feature other Ford-commissioned builds such as the Ranger RTR Rambler Concept and the Yakima Accessories Concept. Additionally, there will be a slew of Escape, Transit, Expedition, Explorer, F-150, Super Duty, and Mustang muscle cars to be found there, as well.
We once drove a 2019 Ford Ranger from Detroit to all across the western United States with a trailer in tow, and it was a delight. Feel free to check out part one of our #RangerRoadTrip, followed by part two.
The Ranger is expected to soldier on relatively unchanged for the next couple of years, until an all-new version will reportedly show face by 2022. The next-generation Ford Ranger is expected to share a lot of hardware with the next-generation Volkswagen Amarok.