We’ve seen many good examples of Ford Endeavour modifications so far, but this modified Ford Endeavour car is the wildest with aggressive 20-inch wheels and off-road body kits. Let’s see it now.
A Ford Endeavour itself scores very well in the ruggedness, right? In its original form, the Ford Endeavour is a highly capable SUV of which the capabilities to handle rough terrains are without doubts. However, this modified Ford Endeavour has been beefed-up to the finest stance to transform into a badass monster-truck that looks completely ready to tackle the toughest driving situations. Check out this Ford Endeavour modification that’s named the “Predator” below.
With a massive length of more than 5 metres mark, this Ford Endeavour has been modified to be a monster that looks fully intimidating on the roads. Being one of the biggest SUVs of the segment means that the car tuners have extra space to work on nice mod jobs and he succeeded.
Let’s say, you can easily notice that this modified Ford Endeavour is much taller than the regular car thanks to those big monster wheels. In fact, it’s the 20-inch 10J Monster rims shod in 35X12.5X20 BF Goodrich MT tyres that look very interesting. The wheel arches have been bulked up to house the huge wheels as well. Certainly, those big wheels might bring in some disadvantages like bigger turning radius or preventing the car to go at high speeds. However, the advantages of going off the roads are many more.
Some other off-road body kits on the modified Endeavour are also amazing. The “Predator” gets a 7-inch lift kit, Raptor X series Bodykit, Robust Monotube, Carbon Bonnet along with an MCC Ranger Snorkel, all to make the Endeavour a hard-core off-roader.
A couple of styling tweaks have been made to the modified Endeavour too, to make it look more rugged and aggressive. You can see the custom livery on the sides of the SUV with X Glide Roof lights, aftermarket projector headlamps, colour-changeable Daytime running lamps, 8-inch fender flares along with custom fog lamps. The “Predator” has been re-painted in matte black. All the chrome treatments have been removed from the Endeavour while the “EVEREST” badging absolutely stands out on the tail end. Overall, we think this modified Ford Endeavour is loveable. What’s your take?
For the uninitiated, this particular Ford Endeavour modification is based on the pre-facelift model. It is powered by a 3.2-litre inline 4 turbo-diesel engine that is capable of churning out 198 PS/ 470 Nm of torque. It comes with a 4x4 drivetrain system along with traction control and different terrain modes for the top-end variants. In India, the BS6-compliant Ford Endeavour is using a new 2.0-litre turbocharged diesel engine that can develop 170 PS of max power and 420 Nm of peak torque.