The next generation Ford Endeavour SUV has been imported to India for Research and Development purpose with 3.2 litre diesel engine. This is known as Everest in the foreign countries and the manufacturer has already unveiled its production version that will be available in India, China, New Zealand, South Africa. Talking about the concept model, which was debuted in 2013 is somehow different from the production variant. The upcoming runabout will have a tremendous capability to deal with the rugged road and in short we can say that it would rise as a way compatible vehicle.
Moreover, the suspension system includes coil spring setup as well as a watt's linkage on the front and rear axle, respectively. Ford will make the introduction of this most awaited SUV in the country alongside rear wheel drive and all wheel drive variants. Notably, it will have a latest front wheel drive feature including an active transfer case comprising torque on demand and a Terrain Management system. The new generation Endeavour receives an awesome ground clearance of 225 mm and 800 mm of water wadding capacity. Interestingly, this runabout contains a maximum boot space of 1,010 litres with all row seats folded down to offer impressive volume for the customers to carry their luggage.
Its Terrain Management System comprises four setting options for Norma, Gravel, Sand and Rock, while the most noteworthy point is that, the SUV will be able to adjust its traction control, throttle and transmission response automatically. Mechanically, this model would reckon a 3.2 litre 5-cylinder, 2.2 litre 4-cylinder diesel engines and a 2.0 litre twin scroll EcoBoost petrol mill.
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