When we think of tuning potential, the Ford Edge doesn't immediately spring to mind. We've driven it. We like it. But it doesn't strike us as the perfect platform for a dump and dubs. H&R disagrees, and after last year's showing at SEMA, they've put together a comprehensive package for Ford's newest CUV that is almost a direct carryover from the concept shown in Vegas.
The kit includes a two-inch drop courtesy of the company's Sport Springs, along with a set of Trak+ wheel spacers that bring 22x10-inch OZ Giotti three-piece rollers to the very edges of acceptability. Judging by the dead-cat gap between the Pirelli Scorpion Zeros and the fender, we think they could have gone for 24s with minimal fuss.
Beyond the retina-damaging orange hue, black hood, ghost flame-style airbrushed lightening and restyled lower front fascia, the H&R Edge remains relatively stock. Fine by us, since the original's looks are good enough straight from the factory.
[Source: H&R via Jalopnik]