Ford Motor Company has revealed the next-generation Everest, officially in the form of a concept but which looks all ready for production. No less than Ford CEO Alan Mulally and COO Mark Fields introduced the Everest at Fox Studios in Sydney. Australia has been tasked to design and develop Ford’s line of pickups and SUVs, including the new Ranger.
Fields said: ” This is our vision for a large, seven-seat off-road SUV to allow our customers to take on the world and it was created by our world- class design team here in Australia. We believe our customers will love the distinctive design, which clearly showcases the Ford Everest Concept’s exceptional off-road capability and toughness.”
The Ford Everest Concept features an inverted trapezoid grille, and its looks are designed to “deliberately convey ruggedness, combined with modern proportions, dynamic window graphics and a sculptured profile.”
Looks like the next-generation Fortuner and Montero Sport will have their work cut out for them.
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