the SUV you wouldn’t mind seeing in Europe

the SUV you wouldn't mind seeing in Europe

The Ford Everest 2023 for the Australian market it is already a reality. Additionally, it will be offered in countries in Asia Pacific and Africa, although I am afraid that we will not see it in Europe or North America. As revealed by the signature of the blue oval, the new SUV promises to be more capable than outgoing model. It also receives adjustments to be more comfortable in the city and on the highway.

The new Everest has a longer wheelbase and 50mm wider tracks. As can be seen, the entire exterior has been redesigned. It has new LED lighting, restyled bumpers, a new design line, new colors and restyled sets of wheels. The same happens inside, where technology makes its way.

the SUV you wouldn't mind seeing in Europe

Highlights the big infotainment screen. It has a size of 10.1 inches in the basic version of 12 inches in the Trend, Sport, Platinum and Titanium finishes. For instrumentation there is a digital instrumentation 8 inches in the Trend and Sport. For their part, the Platinum and Titanium have a larger 12.4-inch screen. They all mount Ford’s SYNC 4A.

Others key interior features include wireless phone charging, heated and ventilated front seats, 10-way power adjustment and memory; 2nd-row heated seats, heated steering wheel, sliding 60:40 second row, one 50:50 third row, nine airbagssmart adaptive cruise control…

the SUV you wouldn't mind seeing in Europe

The Ford Everest 2023 off the asphalt

Among the SUV’s upgraded off-road features are underbody protections, a locking rear differential, various off-road driving modes, and two functional tow hooks up front. Everest also offers 800mm wading depth and a whole cast of towing assistants.

Additionally, Ford plans to offer a variety of off-road accessories for the new Everest developed jointly with ARB. For example, there is an available tow-pack optional. This includes an integrated trailer brake controller and offers a towing capacity of 3,500kg. There is also a Tow/Haul driving mode.

the SUV you wouldn't mind seeing in Europe

Other elements that can be seen in the image go through a roof rack, auxiliary lighting in the front bumper, off-road tires or front protections. For the interior, elements such as rubber mats will be offered. At the mechanical level, two options are offered. The access model is equipped with a 2.0-litre twin-turbocharged four-cylinder diesel.

On a higher step is the block 3.0-liter turbodiesel V6. Both are mated to a 10-speed automatic transmission. Power and torque numbers for these engines have not been announced for now. We don’t know the prices either, but we do know that the Ambiente and Trend are rear-wheel drive; while the rest have permanent four-wheel drive.

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