Sold abroad as the Everest, the facelifted Endeavour has been spotted testing in Australia and Thailand and it will go on sale by mid-2018 abroad and make its way to India at the start of 2019.
The car gets minor tweaks on the outside, which includes a reworked radiator grille, slightly protruding fog lamp inserts on the front bumper, a silver finish for the lower part of the front bumper and new six-spoke alloy wheels. The cabin will see more equipment, like passive keyless entry and a push-button start feature.
The car abroad will see the debut of a brand-new 2.0-litre diesel engine, which was first introduced internationally on the Ford Ranger pickup, along with a new 10-speed automatic transmission. However, the Indian Endeavour won’t get the engine or the gearbox, according to Ford India officials. The current engine line-up, which includes a 160hp/385Nm, 2.2-litre diesel and a 200hp/470Nm, 3.2-litre diesel will continue, but upgraded to meet BS-VI emission norms.