Check out this buffed-up Ford Endeavour that has been customised into an off-road-ready monster truck.
Ford Endeavour is one of the most capable SUVs in India, built to handle rough terrain like no other vehicle. Of course, a production vehicle can only go so far, and there are plenty of people who believe that this SUV is capable of much better performance if customised properly. Here, we have one such example of a modified Ford Endeavour (or Everest in some markets), dubbed the ‘Predator’!
The modified Ford Endeavour seen in the pictures here has been heavily modified. At the front, we see a custom bumper with integrated fog lamps, auxiliary LED lights integrated into the Ford-Raptor-style front-grille, and custom “EVEREST” badging under it. There are additional indicator lights on the bonnet near the A-pillars, and the car also gets an MCC Ranger Snorkel for improved water wading capability. The headlights now have custom projector lights, and there is an additional LED DRL under each headlight.
The body kit on this Endeavour looks sharp, especially with the bulky wheel arches that house the massive 20-inch wheels with Goodrich MT tyres. You’ll also notice custom livery on the side profile on the otherwise blacked-out car. At the rear, there is a huge “EVEREST” badging on the tail hatch. The brake lights are custom LED, and there are additional LED brake lights in the rear bumper, replacing the reflectors. The entire car has been lifted 7-inches with the help of 12-way adjustable nitrogen (air) suspension system. Overall, we quite love this off-road-ready Ford Endeavour/Everest.
This particular model is the previous iteration of the Endeavour and is powered by a 3.2-litre, inline-4, turbocharged diesel engine. This motor is capable of generating 198 PS and 470 Nm of maximum power and peak torque, respectively. It was also available with a four-wheel-drive system. Apart from that, there was a 2.2-litre turbo-diesel engine on offer, which could belt out 160 PS and 385 Nm. Now, in the BS6 era, Ford updated the Endeavour with a new 2.0-litre turbo-diesel engine. This new powerplant can produce a maximum power of 170 PS and a peak torque of 420 Nm.