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2023 Ford Everest Will Be Officially Revealed On March 1st

The all-new 2023 Ford Everest has been spotted in prototype form by Ford Authority spies numerous times over the past few months, while FoMoCo itself has teased the SUV on several occasions as well. We’ve been waiting for some time to see the 2023 Ford Everest in the flesh, and now, we finally know precisely when that will happen – March 1st, 2022, as Ford itself has revealed in yet another short teaser clip.

The video kicks off with a shadowy 2023 Everest driving around, after which we hear the roar of its powerplant. The clip then cuts to an overhead view of the SUV as it navigates a variety of terrain. Most importantly, the Everest is devoid of any camo, giving us a better look at its redesigned exterior, which – as expected – shares a lot in common with the next-generation Ford Ranger, with which it shares Ford’s T6 platform, along with the Ford Bronco.

Like the next-gen Ranger, the 2023 Ford Everest sports a front end design that blends styling elements from the 2022 Ford Maverick and 2021 Ford F-150, with C-shaped headlights and a twin-bar front grille, along with an edgier look than the softer lines present on the current-gen model. Inside the cabin, the 2023 Everest will feature a large infotainment screen, as Ford Authority previously reported, along with an overall aesthetic that’s very similar to the next-gen Ranger.

The Everest, also known as the Endeavor in the Indian market, is a mid-size, body-on-frame SUV that’s been in production since 2003 and was mainly developed for Asian markets, though it’s also sold in a number of other places including the Middle East, Australia, and Central America. The first-generation model remained in production until the 2015 model year when the second-gen Everest launched. It last received a facelift for the 2018 model year.

The current Everest is known for its off-road capability and up to seven-seat configuration. It’s unclear if Ford plans on bringing the next-gen Everest to North America, but the SUV is a practical, conventional-looking off-roader, so perhaps there is room for it in FoMoCo’s ever-growing SUV and crossover lineup.

We’ll we on-hand for the reveal of the 2023 Everest, so be sure and subscribe to Ford Authority for more Ford Everest news and around-the-clock Ford news coverage.

Brett's lost track of all the Fords he's owned over the years and how much he's spent modifying them, but his current money pits include an S550 Mustang and 13th gen F-150.

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  1. Rinzler

    Hopefully they bring the Everest to North America since the Edge is dying.

  2. Wanted33

    With Ford moving away from cars the Everest would be a common sense addition to their line-up. But, as we’ve seen with the Bronco common sense at Ford isn’t so common anymore.

  3. Kevin Scarbel

    When will Ford “finally” bring Everest to North America???
    I don’t want a Bronco. Bronco is superb, a signature Ford product that should never have been discontinued. And it is built on the T6 platform.
    But all that said, an Everest is entirely different from a Bronco………I want an Everest (preferably diesel).

  4. Afzal Khan

    Ford likely to come out with great vehicles particularly EVs.


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