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Ford’s redesigned Everest swing by Michigan, we hope it stays here

The 2022 Ford Everest Will be announced later this quarter, and we stopped by ahead of our debut in Michigan.

based on Redesigned rangerThe body-on-frame SUV has undergone a rugged makeover that faithfully reproduces the pickup. Both models have a mesh grille with an open bar that runs through the C-shaped headlights, so you can easily see the similarities. Further down is a wide intake and fog lights that reflect what you see on the truck.

Moving down the sides, you can see streamlined bodywork and less noticeable wheel arches. SUVs also have a relatively flat roof and bright trim around the greenhouse. The rear end is pretty disguised, but last month’s Teaser image revealed that Everest will adopt a modern backside with eye-catching taillights and a more traditional lift gate.

Read again: 2023 Ford Everest was teased as a New Ranger SUV brother

The spy photographer couldn’t get close enough to take an interior photo, but the cabin could reflect the ranger’s cabin. The result is a digital instrument cluster and a vertical 10.1-inch or 12-inch SYNC4 infotainment system. They will probably add the latest dashboards, minimalist switchgear, and chunky “short focus e-shifters”.

Engine options remain unconfirmed, but rangers are offered in a variety of different powertrains, including a 2.3-liter EcoBoost 4-cylinder petrol unit. The pickup truck is also equipped with three diesel engines, including a turbo and twin-turbo 2.0-liter 4-cylinder and a 3.0-liter V6.

Everest will be discussed in more detail in the coming weeks, but Everest’s stop in Michigan is only temporary, as SUVs will not be sold in the United States. That would certainly disappoint some people, but the company obviously Working on a new crossover For the American market.













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