GO Ford reveals the arrival of Next-Gen Ford Everest in Nepal
G.O Automobiles Pvt. Ltd. launched the next-generation Ford Everest in Nepal on March 2, 2023, combining adventure-ready capabilities with great comfort and customer-focused technology in a rugged, refined, and fun-to-drive SUV. In terms of power and torque, the next-generation Ford Everest is available with a 2.0-liter diesel bi-turbo engine mated to Ford’s efficient 10-speed automatic transmission, delivering 210 PS and 500 Nm torque for off-road dominance. Ford maintains its commitment to providing an enhanced ownership experience through new services and an ‘always-on’ relationship with customers.
Rugged outside, a sanctuary within
The next-generation Everest features an assortment of luxuries that make for pleasant and convenient driving, such as integrated wireless charging and an electronic parking brake, which add to the sensation of spaciousness enhanced by the full-width coast-to-coast instrument panel and center console. Both the second and third rows of seats fold flat to allow for the safe travel of large goods. The C-clamp headlamps and bold horizontal upper grille bars represent Ford’s worldwide design identity. The front end also contains a combination of horizontal and vertical elements, which contributes to the overall stability.
The next-generation Everest has been engineered to thrill, with capability at its core. Premium craftsmanship has created a peaceful and sophisticated refuge for up to seven occupants, while class-leading technology and safety make every ride more memorable.
The latest technology offers connectivity at your fingertip, a high-resolution portrait 12-inch touchscreen, and a 12.4-inch digital instrument panel. The next-gen Everest is loaded with a new suite of driver assist technologies which is premium for customer safety. The Active Park Assist 2.0 helps to reduce the stress of parking at the press of a button. The new adaptive cruise control with stop-and-go, makes drivers feel more confident and in command on the road. Other new safety features include a lane-keeping system with road edge detection, an Evasive steer assist, and a Reverse brake.
Engineered for Adventure
A 50 mm increase in the track of the next-generation Everest contributes to a more controllable ride on the road. While tweaks to damper settings allowed the team to inject more fun and control into the Everest ride, both on and off-road.
Do you want to go exploring? The next-generation Everest is ready to go, with two four-wheel-drive systems, underbody protection, and off-road selectable driving modes, as well as a rear locking differential, two functional tow hooks upfront, and accessories upfitter switches.
The two 4WD systems available are a two-speed electronic shift on the fly transfer case, also known as a part-time 4WD system, and an advanced, permanent four-wheel drive system that uses an electronically controlled on-demand two-speed electromechanical transfer case (EMTC) with selectable drive modes.
Where available, Everest’s dedicated off-road screen displays vehicle information and a front camera view of the terrain ahead, with predictive overlay guidelines designed to help the driver negotiate through obstacles. With a single button press, the driver can view their driveline and diff-lock indicators, steering angle and guides, and vehicle roll and pitch angles. It also has a water wading ability up to 800mm and loads of features are there now in Next Gen Everest.
The next-generation Ford vehicles, which are packed with enhanced capabilities and exceptional performances, are ready to delight Nepali customers and revolutionize their respective segments.