Ford Everest (Ford Endeavour) Custom – Thai Motor Expo Live

Posted on: Nov 30, 2016 - 3:14pm IST

Features black-painted elements for a stealth look.

Ford Thailand has unveiled a lightly customized Ford Everest (Endeavour) at the 2016 Thai Motor Expo today, based on the Everest 2.2L Titanium+ grade. It features black-painted elements that give the large SUV a stealth look.

Ford Everest (Endeavour) Custom front three quarter at the Thai Motor Expo Live

The exterior of the Ford Everest is finished in Aluminum Metallic. Up front, it features a matte black grille instead of a bright chrome finish and black skid plate. The profile gets extra black plastic body cladding, black 18-inch alloy wheels, gloss black ORVM caps, sideboard, while the rear-end comes with a black skid plate. This could be offered as a limited edition ‘Black Edition’, similar to the Ford EcoSport in other markets, but there is no confirmation.

Although the interior hasn’t been shot up close, it seems to feature black leather upholstery and an all black dashboard to match the exterior. It comes equipped with¬†SYNC 2 touchscreen infotainment system, Active Park Assist with hands-free feature, Curve Control and Blind Spot Information System with Cross Traffic Alert, along with power-fold third-row seating and powered tailgate.

Ford Everest (Endeavour) Custom rear quarter at the Thai Motor Expo Live

Similar to the model sold in India, the Ford Everest is available with a choice between a 3.2L Duratorq 5-cylinder turbodiesel engine with 147 kW (197.13 hp) and 470 Nm of torque and a smaller 2.2-liter Duratorq 4-cylinder turbodiesel engine producing out 118 kW (158.24 hp) and 385 Nm of torque. Both engines are paired with a six-speed automatic, while the 3.2 variant is exclusively fitted a 4WD system with Active Terrain Management.

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