2014 Ford Endeavour (Everest)
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Posted 2013-02-14 18:22:00
If true, not the exciting vehicle I was looking forward to. Seems boxy, sort of loose stab at an elongated Evoque or sumpin. Can't wait to see the new Fortuner.
Posted 2013-02-14 18:30:24
For India it will be assembled there (Endeavour) For Thailand it will be assembled here (Everest), Do not expect this to happen before 2016.
Posted 2013-02-14 19:15:29
Another "brick" on wheels to replace the Everest. Find this hard to believe.
Posted 2013-02-14 19:22:26
These are insight-less all amateur photoshops.
Styling for the new Everest is still at concept stage - nothing has been signed off on yet.
Posted 2013-02-14 19:28:49
Replace a brick on wheels with another brick on wheels, seems to be par for the course or did you think they would build a SUV sports car instead ?
Posted 2013-02-14 19:31:57
From what I've heard, the new Everest will be a totally new design, and will no longer be that long boring box. I bought the first generation new in 2004, and though it was a comfortable vehicle, suffered from pretty bad understeer at higher speeds in corners.
Posted 2013-02-14 19:31:59
The info in that link is almost 100% pure nonesense, except for the obvious bits, like it will have 3 rows of seats and Todd is in charge of the program.
New front suspension and rear leafs replaced with "better ones" - LOL, 2.5L and 3.0L TDCI's from where, does the writer think they are going to resurrect Mazda B-Series engines? Interior transplant - no way, but the 2.0L Ecoboost suggestion takes the cake... heh.
Posted 2013-02-14 19:50:55
Thanks for straitening this info out ,IMHO...my first reaction was 'ohh no'....that 'thing' is really boring design...I can do better than that
Posted 2013-02-14 21:26:09
I would expect something with a bit more styling than a brick on wheels. As I expected, it's a photoshop hoax.
Posted 2013-02-14 21:29:15
Posted 2013-02-14 21:34:10
No way it will have a full length wheelbase same as the pickup, anyway.
Posted 2013-02-14 21:35:41
Another photoshop jobbie, but better looking
Edited by MESmith, 2013-02-14 21:36:23.
Posted 2013-02-15 06:41:08
The current Everest uses a full-length chassis, as does the MU-7 - the Pajero Sport, Fortuner and Trailblazer all use shortened chassis' though.
It's unlikely that the new T6 Everest will use a full length chassis, yes, but there have been concepts drawn at the full ~5.4M length..
It's all just guessing though
Posted 2013-02-15 06:46:16
Yep.. This 'shop is my personal fav though - full length with the US Explorer wheels and rear-end grafted on
Posted 2013-02-15 16:07:34
The current Everest also has a shorter chassis.
Posted 2013-02-16 06:00:34
The outgoing Mazda B-Series based Ranger has an overall length of 5080mm, the Everest based on it is 5062mm - if the chassis is shorter, it's in the range of millimeters
Posted 2013-02-16 06:14:40
A quick look at the tech manuals tell me the Ranger is 5173m long with a wheelbase of 3000mm and the Everest being 5062mm long with a wheel base of 2860mm.
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