The facelifted Ford Endeavour (Ford Everest) was recently spied completely undisguised in Thailand again, after the first sighting in January.
The spy shots show that Ford has planned only subtle exterior changes for the Ford Endeavour’s mid-cycle refresh. At the front, there’s a new radiator grille consisting of sleeker three horizontal louvers finished in chrome. The bumper features a new frame for the lower air intake that also houses the fog lamps. The rear-end looks completely unchanged.
The new Ford Endeavour is expected to arrive with the same set of diesel engines as the pre-facelift model: 2.2-litre TDCi and 3.2-litre TDCi. The 2.2L four-cylinder diesel engine produces 160 PS and 385 Nm of torque. The 3.2L five-cylinder diesel engine develops 200 PS and 470 Nm of torque. It’s unknown whether Ford will bring back the 6-speed manual transmission option with the facelift or not. No major interior changes are expected in the new model.
Ford hasn’t commented on the facelifted Ford Endeavour’s launch timeline so far, but reports suggest that the launch could take place in the second half of the year. Thailand is likely to get the new followed by its launch in other South East Asian markets.
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