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Ford EX

Ford EX

Ford EX

Ford EX
Make Ford
Model EX
Concept year 2001
Production year -
Engine 4.0 litre V6

The Ford EX concept 4x4 was shown at the 2001 Detroit Auto Show, and was designed as a no holds barred, extreme off-roader for the out-door enthusiast.

The two-seat Ford EX is made up from removable composite body panels mounted on a chrome-moly steel frame by lightweight aluminium fasteners. The durable frame is resistant to corrosion and off-road damage, while also providing protection for the occupants.

The bronze tinted windscreen folds forward and clips to the top of the hood Jeep-style, further enhancing the open air feeling.

A beneficial 50/50 weight distribution is achieved in the EX by shifting mechanicals, such as the transfer case and aluminum radiator rearward, providing improved traction over rugged terrain.

The interior of the Ford EX features a full roll cage and bucket seats complete with 4 point belts. The seats are upholstered in a black and tan all-weather material resistant to the effects of the sun and general wear and tear. The steering wheel and instruments are mounted on a steering column that moves from side to side to allow for easier entry and exit. Surprisingly the EX is also fitted with twin airbags.

As a sensible addition, the EX's floor is washable and features integrated molded rubber nonskid pads and floor drain plugs.

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