The automaker has certainly met this goal. As seen above, the Everest and Ranger look ready for adventure when kitted out with the approved accessories. The pickup truck can be seen with a reinforced color-coded bumper and bull bar, as well as unique roof racks. The Everest looks meaner still; a more substantial bull-bar-and-bumper combination affords greater protection when exploring off the beaten path.
There are some rally-style auxiliary lights on the grille, and thanks to the raised ride height, we can see the solid-looking bash plate. Fitted to the roof of the capable SUV is a platform for a rooftop tent, turning the Everest into a bona fide overlanding vehicle. While these look the part, Ford had to make sure they were able to withstand the toughest of conditions by testing them in real-world environments.
“We took the cars and for two weeks we went to the Victorian high country and we lived out of them, off the grid, camping,” explained the company’s Nathan Medbury.
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