Ford Endeavour is one of the best looking full-sized SUVs being offered in our market. It competes with cars sich as the Toyota Fortuner, Mahindra Alturas G4, Honda CR-V and Isuzu MU-X in the luxury SUV segment. It was earlier available with a 2.2 litre and 3.2 litre turbo diesel engine options. During the BS6 transition Ford discontinued the engine and replaced it with a 2.0 litre turbocharged diesel unit. It is a very capable SUV that is quite popular among those who have a taste for modifying vehicles. Here we have an extremely modified Ford Endeavour SUV that looks radical.
The video has been uploaded by Car Touch Plus on their youtube channel. The video simply shows a butch looking Ford Endeavour with a host of modifications on it. There is a lot going on in the vehicle and we would start from the front. Here it gets a bonnet scoop which gives it a bit more character. The headlights have been replaced with Mustang like LED units and the aftermarket front grille gets an LED lights in the background.
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The bumper has been modified and it now gets a body kit with LED DRLs in them. The side profile of the car remains the same and the only noticeable changes are the blacked out alloy wheels that go with Endeavour’s overall stealth look. Coming to the rear it has an aftermarket spoiler and LED pillar lights. The chrome strip running between the tail lamps have been blacked out and it gets an LED illuminated Endeavour badging on it. Just like at the front, Endeavour gets the body kit with reflector lamps and faux quad exhaust tips with a silver skid plate. There are matrix LED turn indicators on the side fender along with roof mount lights.
On the inside, it gets illuminated scuff plates on all four doors and the door panels, parts of steering wheel and dashboard get carbon fibre finish. It even gets ambient lighting and dedicated infotainment screens for rear passengers. While Ford Endeavour is not an underpowered SUV by any means but it’s quite common for owners to go for remaps to boost power to crazy levels. However, it is not known whether the owner has made any tweaks to improve the performance a bit more.
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