According to the builder, the kit costs around $4,200 (for a 2015 Ranger) and doesn’t require any cutting of the stock bodywork. It appears the lightning system remains unchanged and connects to the new Bronco headlights. Customers can also opt for custom wheel packages, although this carries an extra cost.
TTN Automotive will soon introduce the Bronco front end for the Everest, the Ranger-based SUV not sold in the United States. A prototype is in the works and looks rather good – especially with the aggressive-looking off-road accessories.
Here in the United States, a Japanese company called FLEX Automotive has created a retro front fascia for the third-generation Tacoma. Unlike the Ranger seen here – which adopts a modern front end – the Toyota receives an old-school front end that resembles a classic Land Cruiser or a ’70s Hilux, showing that mixing design eras can work in several ways.