Ford Endeavour is one of the popular full size SUVs sold in India. it competes with SUVs like Toyota Fortuner, Mahindra Alturas G4 and recently launched MG Gloster. Endeavour is currently Ford’s flagship SUV in India and is available with both 4×4 and 4×2 drive options. It recently received an update as part of the BS6 transition and the older 3.2 litre turbo diesel and 2.2 litre turbo diesel engines got discontinued. They were replaced with a 2.0 litre turbocharged diesel engine with a 10-speed automatic gearbox. The Endeavour is often chosen by many for modification works and here we have an Endeavour that gets a custom wide body kit and looks stunning.
The images have been shared by CarMax on their Instagram page. Number of modifications have been done to the SUV to give it that butch look. Endeavour already has a dominating look and the modifications only enhance the SUV look. The whole car has been repainted. it now gets Bronze colour paint which looks pretty good. All the chrome elements on the SUV are either blacked out or removed.
Starting with the front, the stock grille on the SUV has been removed and replaced with Raptor style gloss black grille with LED lights. The grille has honey comb design in it and does not carry Ford branding. The stock bumper has been replaced with an aftermarket unit. The bumper also gets a gloss black finish and helps improving the approach angle of the SUV. The projector fog lamps and front sensors are also integrated in the bumper. Just below the headlights, there is a set of aftermarket LED DRLs installed as well.
This Endeavour also gets a bonnet scoop which is a custom made unit. The SUV now looks a lot more wider than the stock version and that is because, it gets custom wide body kit for the SUV. Coming to the side profile, the SUV gets a body coloured cladding on the wheel arches gives adds to the rugged looks of the SUV. Body coloured ORVMs and door handles are now painted in black. The roof also gets a black treatment.
One of the things that you would notice on the side profile is the aftermarket alloy wheels chunky looking off-road tyres. The alloy are also painted in gloss black and the hub cap gets a body colour to it. One more addition to this Endeavour is the automatic foot steps which automatically come out when the doors are opened. Moving to the rear. There is an all-black roof spoiler and the chrome rear applique with Endeavour branding has also been blacked out. The tail lights are the same as before but the bumper gets a dual tone finish with LED reflector lights in them.
Interiors of the SUV has also undergone some changes as well. The wooden inserts on the dashboard and the door pads now receive a carbon fibre finish. All these changes have definitely enhanced the look of the SUV and the Endeavour does look a lot more butch than before. Ford and Mahindra are jointly working on a mid-size SUV which will be based on the next gen XUV500. It is expected to be launched in the market later next year.