Seemingly more in-line with the Toyota Hilux Rogue sold in Australia, the Ranger Black Edition Concept, as its name points out, comes decked out in a deep black paint finish carried over the 18-inch alloy wheels, offset by a chrome finished sports bar, clear taillight lenses, a unique grille displaying a classic black-and-white Ford logo, unique detailing on the side vents and black plastic cladding around the wheel arches. Inside, the changes are limited to a black leather seat with contrasting grey stitching.
Likely to garner the most attention though, the Storm boasts a mini-Ranger Raptor appearance and indeed comes with the same grille, embossed with the word Strom in block letters.
In addition, the concept also receives a Raptor style paint finish made up of Tuscany red hue and black graphics at the rear, 4x4 Off Road badges on the blacked-out tailgate and side of the load-bin, a silver front skidplate, side steps, unique bumpers, a snorkel, dual bonnet air vents, black door handles and mirrors and a silver sports bar that extends to the roof.
The changes are rounded off by Strom graphics at the base of the front doors, wheel arch cladding all around and black 17-inch alloy wheels wrapped in Pirelli MTR Scorpion all-terrain rubber. Oddly, no details regarding the interior were provided.
Unlike the Raptor and indeed the recently facelifted Ranger however, the two concept are still powered by the five-cylinder 3.2 Duratorq TDCI oil burner that has been kept unchanged power-wise with outputs of 147kW/470Nm. Drive is routed to the rear or all four wheels via a six-speed automatic gearbox.