Like its pick-up sibling with which it shares the T6 platform, and from the 2020 the revived Ford Bronco, the Everest's mid-life changes are minor and consists of a slightly updated grille, redesigned front bumper and lower air intake and smaller fog lights. No changes appear to have taken place at the rear while the interior is also expected to remain as is, bar the incorporation of Ford's SYNC 3 infotainment system.
Underneath the bonnet, the Everest will likely retain the existing 2.2-litre TDCI and 3.2-litre TDCI Duratorq engines, despite reports that the Ranger could eschew the former for a detuned version of the Raptor's 2.0-litre twin-turbo oil-burner.
While so far only envisioned as a render, a recent report from Australia has claimed that Ford could also be working on an Everest Raptor, which if approved, could debut next year sometime after the Ranger Raptor or at the same time as the Bronco.
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