The Ford Endeavour is undoubtedly one of the most butch looking SUV on sale in India under Rs. 40 lakh price mark. It rivals the likes of the Toyota Fortuner, Skoda Kodiaq, Isuzu MU-X and Mahindra Alturas G4 among others in the segment. Due to its intimidating stance and juggernaut proportions, the Endeavour has also become the choice of SUV enthusiasts around the country. The car is also quite popular among the mod circuits in India and we have seen several excellent examples of modified Endeavours of late. This one below joins the ranks today with a unique wrap job for which it can be said to be the most colourful Ford Endeavour of India. Check out the video below which shows the vehicle in its full glory.
As seen in the video, this Endeavour was previously wrapped in a lime shade wrap but the owners apparently wanted a change of sorts. The new wrap job has been done by GS Customs India and the end result is quite unique. While the wrap makes the SUV appear quite loud, it nonetheless catches eyeballs like magnets while on the move. Speaking further on the same note, getting a wrap job on your ride is completely legal according to our laws and hence no cops will bust the SUV for its quirky shade.
Coming back to this gleaming Ford Endeavour here, it has been wrapped in a chrome wrap now apart from some other touches. The wrap you see here is called Ammolite Gem Neo and is manufactured by Techwrap according to the video. The roof and the lower end body has been kept black while the rest of the exterior body panels have been completely wrapped with this unique wrap. Another interesting element here is the black bonnet stripes which lend a sporty feel to the SUVs overall demeanour.
This video also shows how a wrap is peeled off the car and the equipment used for the same. Later on, the video also takes its viewers through how a wrap job is done and the kind precision that is involved while doing it. The end result, though, is quite unique and definitely makes the Endeavour stand out of the regular swarm of Endys on our roads. These type of customizations may seem to be a bit quirky to some but in the end, it comes down to the owner and his preference regarding the look of his vehicle. After all, looks can be subjective and opinions about them even more subjective.
Talking about the Endeavour, Ford launched a mildly facelifted version of the SUV this February priced at Rs. 28.19 lakhs for the base variant while the top-end variant is priced at Rs. 32.97 lakhs. Powering the SUV is a 2.2-litre turbo diesel motor puts out 160 PS of peak power and 385 Nm of peak torque. A bigger 3.2 litre 5 cylinder diesel engine is also on offer and this engine churns out 200 PS of peak power and 470 Nm of peak torque.