Thought the Ford Mustang Mach-E’s looks were divisive? Check this out: A Mustang-faced Ranger.
Dubbed the ‘Widebody Mustang,’ this pony-truck thing was built by Thailand-based Ford specialist Wat Ford. Now, it’s not exactly a direct face swap, meaning the front end of a ’Stang wasn’t just simply fitted into this truck. The front fascia here appears to have been carefully rebuilt, and whether you like the look or not, you have to appreciate the nice craftsmanship.
The headlamps have been retained, but the Ranger sports what appear to be LED strips to match the lights on the original pony. The bumper has been completely reworked and plastered with new round fog lamps, and the design reminds us of previous-gen Mustangs from the ’60s and ’70s.
The truck also gets a new grille, and the protruding nose gives it an even more muscular figure. Two white Shelby-like stripes and, of course, a Mustang badge right in the middle complete the look. Meanwhile, the riveted fenders and the large offset wheels give it that real widebody stance.
There aren’t a lot of details to go by, but the clip suggests that this Widebody Mustang has also been given a new air suspension setup. We wouldn’t be surprised if it’s been given a new powertrain, too. Anyway, you can see more of it below. Is this a yay or a nay for you?