The next-generation Ford Endeavour (known as Everest in other markets) recently got spied while it was being tested in some really extreme conditions. The company unveiled the new Endeavour concept last year, which is expected to reach the production by 2015. The Endeavour is based on Ford's Ranger platform that will continue to be the base for the 2015 model as well. Apart from the platform, the 3rd generation Endeavour is distinctively revised from head to toe.
The modernistic approach can be easily seen in the new Endeavour's styling that looks bolder now, courtesy of the Ford's Kinetic design thought process. However, the production version will have several prominent changes like hexagonal front grille, a more neatly crafted C-pillar along with better fine-tuning to other elements, which are missing on the test mule. However, the biggest flaw we observed in the new model is the presence of leaf-spring suspension, which was expected to get replaced with the multi-link suspension type.
Ford has managed to get a strong foothold in the Indian market. The introduction of Fiesta (also Classic), Figo and the EcoSport has boosted the company's presence here. Nonetheless, the recent unveil of Ka Concept and the new Endeavour has shown the company's effort to increase in its market-share in India.
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