Ford Everest Wildtrak revealed

    The Everest Wildtrak gets a choice of two engines, depending on the market.

    Published On Mar 28, 2023 02:30:00 PM

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    Ford unveiled the Everest Wildtrak – its off-road-oriented version of the Everest SUV – at the Bangkok International Motor Show 2023. The Everest Wildtrak made its global debut in January in New Zealand. The Ford Everest was available in India as the Endeavour from 2003 till 2021. 

    1. Ford Everest WildTrak gets cosmetic updates over the standard model
    2. It comes with Wildtrak-exclusive Luxe Yellow paint

    Ford Everest Wildtrak exterior, interior and features

    The Wildtrak gets cosmetic updates such as a darker treatment for the front bumper, LED fog lights, blacked-out wheel arches and window trims, along with Wildtrak badging on the bonnet, front doors and tailgate. The Everest Wildtrak gets 20-inch dual-tone alloy wheels and comes with a Wildtrak-exclusive Luxe Yellow paint. 

    Inside, it gets yellow contrast stitching and Wildtrak embroidery on the front seats. It also gets a 12-inch portrait-oriented touchscreen, a panoramic sunroof and an 8-inch or 12.4-inch digital instrument cluster (depending on the market). The Wildtrak also gets Apple CarPlay and Android Auto compatibility as well as a wireless charging pad and a 10-speaker sound system. 

    Ford Everest Wildtrak powertrains

    The Everest Wildtrak gets two powertrains depending on the region. ASEAN markets get a 210hp, 500Nm, 2.0-litre twin-turbocharged diesel, whereas a 250hp, 600Nm, 3.0-litre turbocharged V6 diesel is currently only available in New Zealand. Both engines are mated to a 10-speed automatic gearbox and a permanent four-wheel drive system. 

    Will the Ford Everest Wildtrak come to India?

    The Everest was available as the Ford Endeavour in India till 2021 when Ford discontinued its operations in India. So it’s highly unlikely the Ford Everest Wildtrak will make it here. 

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