A heavily camouflaged Ford Endeavour test mule has been spied performing test runs. The vehicle captured was the pick-up variant of the model in question, which is popularly known as Ranger. The second-generation of the Endeavour was introduced in early 2016, as it’s the time for the model to receive a midlife update. So, the spotted test mule could be the 2017 facelifted model of the Endeavour.
From the images, it is expected that the upcoming could wear a restyled exterior. The front fascia might seen comparatively more aggressive more aggressive than the ongoing model. The side profile would be the same but the emergence of newly designed alloys may witnessed. The rear bumper is expected to be revived.
At the powertrain, the new car will continue to be equipped with similar engines and transmission. That are, 2.2-litre diesel engine mated to a six-speed automatic gearbox and the 3.2 liter in-line-five cylinder diesel engine mated to a six speed gearbox.
The global appearance of the facelifted Endeavour is expected early next year. While, Indian arrival of the SUV is plausible in the latter half of 2018. Post launch, the facelifted Endeavour will be in competition with the rivals such as Toyota Fortuner, Isuzu MU-X and Hyundai Santa Fe in the segment.