2023 Ford Everest Debut: See The Livestream

Ford took its sweet time bringing back the big Bronco and maybe it missed a profitable opportunity all these years. The truck-based Everest SUV has been around since 2003 and yet it was never launched in the United States. It’s time for the outdoorsy seven-seater to switch to a new generation to follow the revamped Ranger that debuted in the latter half of November 2021

.Also sold as the Endeavour in India, the Everest will use the same updated T6 underpinnings as its truck sibling, but in a more family-oriented package by accommodating a third row of seats. The platform will also serve as the foundation for the next-gen Volkswagen Amarok coming later this year as a Ford-built pickup.

2023 Ford Everest Debut: See The Livestream

The livestream starts on March 1 at 2 AM ET / 7 AM GMT.

2022 Ford Everest teaser

Feb 28, 2022 at 8:36am ET1By: Adrian Padeanu

Ford took its sweet time bringing back the big Bronco and maybe it missed a profitable opportunity all these years. The truck-based Everest SUV has been around since 2003 and yet it was never launched in the United States. It’s time for the outdoorsy seven-seater to switch to a new generation to follow the revamped Ranger that debuted in the latter half of November 2021.

Also sold as the Endeavour in India, the Everest will use the same updated T6 underpinnings as its truck sibling, but in a more family-oriented package by accommodating a third row of seats. The platform will also serve as the foundation for the next-gen Volkswagen Amarok coming later this year as a Ford-built pickup.

Gallery: 2022 Ford Everest teasers

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2022 Ford Everest teaser
2022 Ford Everest teaser
2022 Ford Everest teaser
2022 Ford Everest teaser
2022 Ford Everest teaser
2022 Ford Everest teaser
2022 Ford Everest teaser

The Blue Oval has been tight-lipped about the new Everest, but look no further than the technical specification of the Ranger to get an accurate picture of what the SUV will bring to the table.

Ford is selling the overhauled Ranger with six-speed manual and automatic transmissions, along with a 10-speed auto. Electronic shift-on-the-fly and full-time 4×4 systems are available for the truck, while the wheelbase and tracks have both been extended by 50 mm (nearly two inches). We’re expecting the rearmost seats to have a 50:50 split layout and fold flat at the touch of a button. The middle row is likely to boast a 60:40 bench that might sit flush with the floor as well to boost cargo capacity.

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