The recently spied 2022 Ford Endeavour will be equipped with more technology than its predecessor
The 2022 Ford Endeavour, or Everest as it is called elsewhere, has been spied recently in Thailand, which will be the production hub for the SUV.
Expected to make its global debut soon, the new generation model of the 3-row SUV will be based on the same platform as the Ranger pickup truck.
Although the recently spied 2022 Ford Endeavour was completely camouflaged, the front end styling of the upcoming vehicle is still very much discernible.
The car has a new design that is inspired by the Ford F-150. The SUV has a bold radiator grille, new headlamps, while the bumper is new as well. The long bonnet does have muscular lines on it.
Along the sides, the new generation Endeavour comes with a prominent character line, a very similar window line to the current model, new alloy wheels, and at the back, it will come with redesigned taillights, bumper and tailgate.
Similarly, on the inside, the 2022 Endeavour will feature a completely overhauled cabin that will be similar to the new Ranger. Features such as a digital instrument cluster, large infotainment touchscreen, rotary gear knob, among several others will be on offer.
The SUV will come with multiple petrol and diesel engine options depending upon the market in which it is sold. Ford is likely to offer turbocharged 2.3-litre and 2.7-litre motors running on petrol and 2.0-litre and 3.0-litre turbodiesels and there will be hybrids on offer, as well as both manual and auto gearbox choices.
Ford is expected to launch the new generation Endeavour in India shortly after the car goes on sale in overseas markets. Unlike its predecessor however, the 2022 model will be brought in and sold as a completely built-up unit (CBU).