2023 Ford Everest

May 26th, 2022 | 0 Comments | Ford

The 2023 Ford Everest is a mid-size SUV manufactured by Ford Motor Company. The Ford Everest production is based on the first-generation Everest Mazda Ford Ranger pickup truck, designed and developed for the Asia-Pacific region with its headquarters in Thailand.  The 2nd-generation model is based on the T6 Ranger, which is sold in the world market. Unlike the Ford Ranger, which will run parallel to the Mazda B Series or BT-50 until 2020, there is no Mazda equivalent on Everest because it has been found to be unsuitable for the brand.

2023 Ford Everest USA

2023 Ford Everest USA

The Ford Everest is known as the Ford Endeavor in the Indian market to avoid legal problems due to the presence of a spice brand of the same name in the country. Inside, Ford Everest Platinum offers exclusive leather stitching, ambient lighting, and a panoramic sunroof. All Ford Everest models feature the Sync 4A infotainment system with wireless Android Auto and Apple CarPlay. All of Ambiente’s panels use a 12-inch portrait-oriented touch infotainment system, while the base model is 10.1-inch.

2023 Ford Everest : Interior

All Everest models are more significantly updated in terms of soft trim. Ford worked to make Everest more comfortable for longer trips, with engineers looking in mirrors, door seals, and even brakes to make the cabin quieter. The 2nd-row of sliders is split/folded in a 60:40 ratio, and the third row is split 50/50. Both rows are designed for flat-folding. Ford increased the size of the rear window and changed the angle of the rear window to provide more light to third-row passengers. The third row also has more shoulder space and functional storage, making Ford easier to enter and exit. Platinum models also have the ability to accumulate power for this series.

2023 Ford Everest Interior

2023 Ford Everest Interior

Ford Everest 2022

Ford Everest 2022

There is storage space under the floor, Ford has installed a small lip for the cargo area called the “apple holder” to prevent items from coming out when you open the cargo door. Ford said female customers are involved in the development process. “I think the interior is an area of ​​clear evidence from our female clients in terms of customer feedback,” said Pritika Maharaj, T6 program manager.

2023 Ford Everest : Exterior

Starting from the firewall, Everest can be identified based on the Ranger, while its wider position and angular body and details give it a more targeted look. Everest is a super cable vehicle perhaps the previous generation did not live up to its promise of capabilities, especially the chassis under the exterior, said Max Wolf, CEO of Ford. China and the International Market group (IMG).

The front of the C-clasped light bluff certainly works well with the boxer body of the new car, while Ford uses a stronger shoulder line and squares the rear end to improve the luggage space. Platinum only offers matrix LED headlights with speed-dependent light and static and dynamic bending capability. The top-level Everest also features a unique grille, black roof, and 21-inch alloy wheels, but the changes aren’t limited to the look.

2023 Ford Everest : Engine

The next-generation Ford Everest will be offered with a trio of diesel engines or a 2.3-liter EcoBoost I-4 with gasoline, depending on market availability. Diesel engines include the 3.0-liter Power Stroke V-6 (a variant offered in the Ford F-150), the single-turbo 2.0-liter I-4, and the bi-turbo 2.0-liter I-4. These engines are mated to a six- or ten-speed automatic transmission. The maximum weight is an impressive 7,716 pounds. When it goes on sale, it will go on sale in Sport, Titanium+, and Platinum trims.

2023 Ford Everest : Safety

Everest’s list of safety equipment has been expanded, but Ford did not specify that this kit will be available in the entire range. Features such as blind-spot monitoring and rear motion warning in the oncoming car are limited to the highest level of Titanium. The autonomous emergency brake system includes pedestrian detection and now assists in connecting by pressing the brake if it detects that you are about to collide with an oncoming vehicle during a turn. The flexible cruise control system has stop/departure and road centering functions and works in conjunction with the detection of road signs. On rural roads, it involves identifying the edge of the roadway designed for speeds of 65km to 110km / h, while detour assistance detects vehicles in front of the radar and front camera and supports the driver’s steering wheel, impending collision is detected.

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