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This Modified Ford Endeavour Is Way Meaner Than The Original

Date: April 22, 2017 12:47 PM
  • Much before India was swept by the SUV craze, Ford Endeavour laid its foundation in the revered segment amid lean competition. The SUV, which is currently in its third generation was rolled-out in India in a completely different avatar last January. With contemporary looks, upmarket cabin, power packed performance and plethora of features, Endeavour is currently one of the most desirable SUVs in the segment. The SUV can further be modified and here is a sneak peek into one such example that offers enhanced looks, more power and punchy performance.

  • Endeavour’s wide body and pronounced wheel arches with bolted look work well for it. The front grille with black treatment and bold Ford logo looks reminiscent of Raptor.

  • 2017 Ford Endeavour Modified Autopsyche

    A butch looking nudge guard on the front bumper is in line with its rugged character. Other bits such as 18-inch alloys, Maxxis tyres not just add to its muscle power but also reinforce its credibility as an off-roader.

  • The blacked out chrome treatment all around the body including headlamp & taillamp surrounds, brushed finish around fog lamps and skid plate look really mean. To complete the look, the rear bumper has also been painted black.

  • Powered by the high capacity 3.2-litre powertrain, the regular Endeavour makes maximum power of 197bhp and peak torque of 470Nm which is quite impressive. While the power figured have been spiked to achieve punchy performance. That said this modified 4x4 dishes out 245bhp and 555Nm of towering torque, good enough to challenge larger rivals from German counterparts.

  • The suspension set up has been changed to an Ironman 4x4 Foamcell Pro unit that enables repositioning the height. With a shift by 500mm this Endeavour is even higher than the regular model. With the change in suspension, there is no change in the positioning of axles.

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