Batman themed modified Ford Endeavour looks sick

Ford Endeavour is one of the best full-size SUVs that you can buy in the Indian market. It has been the main rival to the Toyota Fortuner. However, now the Endeavour also competes with the MG Gloster that was launched last year. With the BS6 emission norms, an update came to the Endeavour in form of a new 2.0-litre engine that replaced the 2.2-litre and the 3.2-litre diesel engines. It also brought an all-new 10-speed automatic transmission that comes with SelectShift technology. People modify their SUVs according to their styles. Well, here is a person who is a die-hard fan of Batman and red colour. So, Motor Garage modified his Endeavour with his style. The pictures have been uploaded on Motor Garage’s Instagram page.

The exterior ad the interior has been redone completely. So, at the front, you get Batman’s symbol, which has a red backlight. The whole SUV has also been wrapped in red matte chrome.

The stock headlamps are replaced with a custom headlamp that has three projectors inside it with an L-shaped LED Daytime Running Lamp. The LED Daytime Running Lamp can also turn blue if needed. The SUV has also gone through chrome delete so that it looks more stealthy.

At the side, you get an electric running board which makes ingress and egress easy for the occupants. The SUV runs on after-market 20-inch dual-tone alloy wheels. The tyres have been given stickers with a custom font. The stickers say “LEGENDZ NEVA DIE” and there are two stripes as well. The door handles and the outside rearview mirrors are also now blacked-out. The fender badge has been replaced with an LED light.

The interior also gets a host of upgrades. For starters, it now comes with red upholstery with carbon fibre inserts. The seat covers are custom that is finished in red and black and come with Batman’s symbol embossed in black. The steering wheel’s central area is also now red while the remaining steering wheel is black with red stitching.

The door pads are also finished in red and the grab handles are finished in carbon fibre. The gear lever for the automatic transmission is also now red with carbon fibre on top. The dashboard, surround of the touchscreen infotainment system, centre console and surround of HVAC controls also get carbon fibre.

The driver side door pad gets red stitching on the black padding. The floor of the SUV also gets custom 7D mats that come with red stitching.

The Endeavour we see in the images is the 3.2-litre one. The engine is known for its grunty nature, strong torque and for having five cylinders. The engine produced 197 bhp of max power and a peak torque output of 470 Nm. It was mated to a 6-speed automatic gearbox. The power was transmitted to all the four wheels.

The Endeavour is known for its riding dynamics and ride quality while being a good off-roader as well. The current Endeavour starts from Rs. 29.99 lakhs ex-showroom and goes all the way up to Rs. 35.45 lakhs ex-showroom.