The all-new 2023 Ford Everest (endeavour) is developed on the same basis as the All-new Ranger that was introduced earlier. There will be a total of 3 sub-models to choose from: Sport, Titanium+ and Platinum, depending on the market in each country. It comes with a 50 mm longer wheelbase as well as a wider distance between the front and rear wheels. Aim to target customers who are adventurous. Likes to travel with family and friends. Support both urban and suburban use.
2023 Ford Everest
The front design of the new Ford Everest is modeled after the Ranger with Matrix LED headlamps in C-shape and a new grille design. Comes with body lines that emphasize the toughness and the design of the rear that is clearly different from the original model It can wade through water to a depth of 800 mm and support a towing weight of up to 3,500 kg, while the roof rail can support a maximum weight of 350 kg while the vehicle is stationary and 100 kg while the vehicle is moving. with mounting points for mounting a variety of accessories.
Inside the cabin is equipped with 10-way power adjustable driver’s seat and 8-way electrically adjustable passenger side, able to adjust temperature and ventilation. with a system to remember personal settings in both positions while the second row seats also have a temperature adjustment system (Depending on the sub-model) can be moved and folded separately in a 60:40 format, while the 3rd row seats are designed to go in and out more easily than before. Can be folded separately 50:50 electrically including a luggage compartment and a power supply compartment for all 3 rows.
The new Ford Everest is also equipped with an 8-inch or 12.4-inch digital driving information display, along with a 10.1 or 12-inch high-definition touchscreen, depending on the sub-model. Works with the SYNC 4A connection system, supports voice commands to control the phone, entertainment system and various information The FordPass app includes features such as remote engine start, vehicle status checks, and door lock control via a smartphone.
Power of the all-new Ford Everest 2023 highlights the outstanding 3.0-liter V6 diesel engine available alongside the 2.0-liter Turbo and Bi-Turbo diesel engines, mated to a 6-speed automatic transmission and automatic transmission. Selective 10-speed.
Additionally, the new Ford Everest 2023 is offered with two four-wheel drive options: part-time, Electronic Shift-On-The-Fly. and full time with a 2-speed transfer gear (On-Demand Two-Speed Electromechanical Transfer Case – EMTC) controlled by electricity and has a driving mode according to road conditions Off-road driving information can be displayed on the screen. including the front camera with guide lines, powertrain and differential lock, steering angle and vehicle inclination.
The safety system is equipped with three types of automatic cruise control systems in front (depending on the market in each country), which are: cruise control, automatic distance control with Stop and Go (Adaptive Cruise Control with Stop and Go), adaptive cruise control with Stop and Go and Lane Centering, and Intelligent adaptive cruise control.
In addition, additional driving assistance systems were also installed from the previous model, such as the vehicle control system in the lane combined with the curb detection system. (Lane-keeping system with road-edge detection), Evasive steer assist, Reverse brake assist, Blind spot detection system covering the trailer area ( Blind spot information system with trailer coverage) and anti-collision system to prevent collisions at intersections. (Pre-collision assist with intersection functionality) includes the all-new Intelligent Park Assist 2.0 system that controls gear shifts, accelerator and brakes manually.
It is expected that the all-new Ford Everest 2023 may be launched and ready for sale in Thailand at the end of 2022, before being followed by a 2.3 EcoBoost petrol engine for some markets by 2023 onwards.