The upcoming next-generation Ford Everest has been rendered based on the series of teaser pictures released by the manufacturer last week. The digital impression of the large SUV doesn’t deviate much from the brand’s current design language.
As detailed by Kolesa, we see the front of the Ford Everest impression maintaining the main cues of the Ranger with the C-shaped headlamps and bold grille design however, a bunch of the chrome trimmings have been replaced with a more conservative set of black ones. The satin silver anti-scuff plating is maintained to reserve an element of ruggedness.
At the side and rear, the Ford Everest takes on a form that is somewhat sleeker and more modern than the soon-to-be replaced model. The key element here is the dynamic set of LED taillamps that are partially integrated into the tailgate. This is accentuated by a slim black rear anti-scuff plate and subtle spoiler attached to the hatch. Subtle dynamic lines are applied to the doors while the rear section of windows is neatly integrated into the bodywork. Silver roof railings and black rocker panels round off the overall design.
The next-generation Ford Everest will soon be unveiled to the world with promises of it being engineered for adventuring and designed for comfort. According to the brand, this model builds on its capability to provide the performance and versatility customers say that they need to “take on life”.
As the next-gen Ford Everest enters the final testing phase of Ford’s global testing program, it’s been dressed to hide in plain sight. Wearing a digitised camouflage designed by Lee Imrie, exterior designer at Ford Australia, some of Everest’s key visual design cues will remain hidden until it is revealed in the first quarter of 2022.