Ford’s All New Everest Breaks Cover: Details so far-
The All-New Everest promises a generational leap in comfort and technology, and follows hot on the heels of the recently revealed Ranger Pick-up truck.
Ford says premium levels of craftsmanship have created a quiet and refined sanctuary for up to seven, and there is new technology and safety features that are either a major upgrade to the old model, or completely new in the model.
“When we started imagining the Next-Gen Everest, we started not at the beginning but at the end: With our customers,” said Ian Foston, chief platform engineer for Everest. “They’re people who like adventure, recreation and being able to go out with family and friends. Whether they’re conquering sand, rocks or city life, these customers appreciate the utility, capability and spaciousness of an SUV.”
All New Everest brings 4 trim levels: Ambiente, Trend, Sport and the new “Platinum” as the range topper.
Platinum gets the poshest cabin with brand new inclusions such as a digital dash, and large portrait infotainment screen.
New 21-inch wheels in tri-coat paint have machined accents, and the new 3.0L V6 turbo-diesel, comes with a 10-speed automatic transmission and permanent four-wheel drive.