2019 Ford Everest Redesign and Changes
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2019 Ford Everest Redesign and Changes
Based on images of spies and rumors from the Australian report, IAB’s Shoeb R Kalania has created 2018 Ford Everest facelift rendering as the 2019 (Endeavor) model, which is expected to be launched for sale in the Asia-Pacific and Africa markets next year.
Currently, details about facelifted models are scarce. Seen from a spy shot, the new Everest will have a slightly revised front fascia that incorporates a thick chrome grille inspired by a Ford F-Series truck and can get a new alloy rim, taillamp graphics and a new set of color choices. The Australian and Thai versions (sold as Ford Everest) will get an updated ACC (adaptive cruise control) with autonomous emergency braking, considering that the test mule is loaded with a new radar / LIDAR module on the front bumper and a stereo camera mounted in front of the IRVM
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It can also display the request opening button on the door handle and the start / stop button for a keyless entry, which is not an option even in the best Titanium spec class. Also expected to be facelifted Endeavor is better refinement and fuel savings for various powertrain options. Electrification may not be an option in the present generation.
Post-GST Implementation, Ford Everest is currently priced between INR 25.49 lakh – INR 31.50 lakh (Delhi ex-showroom). In the market sold, Endeavor / Everest can be owned with a 2.2L four-cylinder TDCi capable of producing 160 PS (118 kW / 157.75 hp) and 385 Nm or TDCi five-cylinder five five capable 200 PS (147 kW / 197.18 hp) and torque 470 Nm. Both variants are paired with 6 speed automatic gearbox as standard.
2019 Ford Everest Engine Specs
In some markets like China, buyers get the option of 2.0L Ecoboost gasoline engine paired with a 6 speed automatic transmission. Ford Australia is busy working on renewal of Ford Ranger and Everest, which is expected to be launched locally in 2018. Ford Redesigns.com can reveal exclusive Ford Ranger XLT 2018 images, Ranger Wildtrak and Everest undergoing testing in Victoria, showing a number of technological changes that are expected to put Ranger in front of the dual-cab ute package in Australia.
Ford Australia is currently working on two Ranger programs, described below. The first Ranger program is for US market vehicles. This Ford Ranger version sits on a modified version of the Ranger T6 platform that includes rear disc brakes, a possible coil-sprung suspension with Watt connections and a host of new engines.
The second Ranger program is for the Asia Pacific region. The program maintains the same T6 platform currently used in Ranger and includes a new front-end design, along with extra security features and technologies.
The vehicles depicted here will update Ranger PXII, which was launched locally in 2015. This update will maintain the same suspension and chassis settings as the current Ranger with limited changes to features, security and front-end design.
If you look closely, it’s easy to see what kind of Ford changes are expected to be made on the Ranger. And, if these images are something to go by, the dual-cab bucket manufacturer should be worried. We see things like:
A new radar / LIDAR module in the lower third of the front-end, which is expected to carry radar cruise control enhanced with autonomous emergency braking (AEB)
An additional camera can be seen attached to the rearview mirror, which indicates that the stereo camera can be used for pedestrian and animal detection working in conjunction with AEB.
Keyless entry (visible from lock buttons visible on all doors), which may include a pushbutton
LED daytime running lights (seen through camouflage parts) that mimic those offered at Everest
An angular sonar sensor on the front bumper, usually used for semi automatic parking detection
New front-end design with grille inspired by Ford F-150
Air relocation from the front of the cabin to the rear, including size reduction
From the engine side, it is unclear whether Ford will bother making changes, considering it is more a facelift and equipment renewal, not a new model. Ford will likely wait until a new Ranger platform is set up before designing a new driver option.
Ford may decide to make improvements to current bids to improve the economy and fuel power. One vehicle that has been ‘dyno done’ written on the windshield indicates a tone or calibration may occur. The inclusion of AEB will make the Ford Ranger the only dual-cab utility in Australia to offer this technology. Even more impressive is the entry of pedestrians and animal detection. Ford has a number of local engineers working on autonomous vehicle technology in Australia on the proof of What You Call. Its understood that the same people are currently working on applying this technology into the T6 platform.