The all-new Ford Endeavour won’t get the twin-turbo version of new 2.0-liter diesel engine
There’s some bad news for those who were hoping for a more powerful iteration of the BS6 Ford Endeavour. Ford has eliminated the more powerful twin-turbo renewal of its new 2.0-liter diesel engine because of the current generation Endeavour.
The all-new Ford Endeavour is lined-up with the transition to BS6 with 2.0-litre, four-cylinder panther single turbo diesel engine. The India-spec Ford Endeavour solely gets the 170hp single-turbo version of the engine, a 213hp while the twin-turbo version is also offered in American markets where the Ford Endeavour is sold as the ‘Everest’.
In terms of power and torque, the new generation Endeavour gets 213hp and 500Nm, 2.0 twin-turbo while the old Endaevour with 3.2-litre five-cylinder unit which made 200hp and 470Nm is now discontinued.
Hopefully, India will get the 2.0-liter twin-turbocharged Panther diesel engine on the next-gen Endeavour.
With an upright stance and boxy silhouette, the new Endeavour will feature a lot of technology. To give it a next-gen look it will be featuring sleek headlights and huge grille. Coming on to the interior it will be getting a completely new dashboard design, steering wheel, and digital instrument cluster.
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