Next-gen Ford Everest Raptor unofficial renders look promising

Updated Mar 16, 2023 | Same topic: Car Sneak Peeks, Teasers, & Rumors

Ford can make it happen depending on the market demand.

The possibility of the Ford Everest earning the Raptor badge has been discussed in the automotive industry and car enthusiast circles for quite some time now. To give us a glimpse of how the performance-oriented 7-seater SUV could look like, released unofficial renders based on the latest iteration of the Ford Ranger Raptor.

Ford Everest Raptor front view

Next-gen Ford Everest Raptor [Photo: Kolesa]

Note that Kolesa chose to base the render on the Raptor-badged pickup. This is deemed logical since the new Raptor, the new Ranger, and the new Everest all use the same second-generation T6 platform.

At the front of the rendered Ford Everest Raptor is a squared-off fascia. It then gets a blacked-out grille as the noticeable design tweak. The new grille spells out “FORD,” and is flanked by C-shaped headlamp clusters also found in standard versions.

The wheel arches then come with black-colored fenders, which are said to allow the SUV to accommodate larger wheels with off-road tires. These also add an off-road appeal that’s suitable for vehicles wearing the Raptor badge. Other styling details found on the render include Raptor decals, black plastic trims on the rear bumper, and a twin-exhaust setup.

Ford Everest Ranger rear view

The SUV gets a more aggressive take [Photo: Kolesa]

No renders on the interior have been provided. But if we base it on the 2nd-gen Ranger Raptor, the Everest Raptor could get orange accents and stitching, Raptor badges, and a vertical touchscreen capable of aiding off-road adventures.

While Kolesa didn’t mention any powertrain details, it is highly possible that a model like the Everest Raptor might get the same power unit as the Ranger Raptor.

For your reference, one powertrain available to the latest Ford Ranger Raptor is a 3.0-liter EcoBoost V6 bi-turbo gasoline engine that can make up to 392 horsepower and 583 Nm of torque. This engine is then paired with a 10-speed automatic transmission.

In our previous report, we spoke to Ford Everest chief platform engineer Ian Foston, and he said that the Everest Raptor isn’t on Ford’s priority list. But the Blue Oval company isn’t shutting its doors just yet as it could produce the model depending on the market demand. By then, we will see how close the promising unofficial renders are to the actual production model.

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Know more about Ford Everest 2024

Ford Everest

The Ford Everest 2024 is a ladder-frame, rear-wheel-drive or four-wheel-drive, midsize, seven-seater SUV. In the Philippine market, this model has four different variants. The Trend 4x2 AT, Sport 4x2 AT, Titanium+ 4x2 AT, and the Titanium+ 4x4 AT. Locally, its price ranges from Php 1,799,000 to Php 2,525,000.

Size-wise, the 2024 Everest is 4,904mm long, 2,201mmwide, and 1,884mm in height. It also has a wheelbase length of 2,900mm, and a ground clearance of 223mm.
Powering the all-new Everest are two engines. For the Titanium+ 4x4, it uses a 2.0-liter bi-turbo diesel engine four-banger capable of outputting 210 horsepower and 500 Nm of torque. The rest meanwhile uses a 2.0-liter turbodiesel that can dish out 170 horsepower and 405 Nm of torque. Only the top-spec trim gets a 10-speed automatic gearbox paired with a 4x4 drivetrain. The rest then gets a 4x2 drivetrain and a six-speed automatic transmission.

Locally, the 2024 Ford Everest Philippines competes against the likes of the Toyota Fortuner, Nissan Terra, Isuzu mu-X, Mitsubishi Montero Sport, among others.

₱ 1,799,000 - ₱ 2,525,000

Rex Sanchez

Rex Sanchez


Rex Sanchez grew up in Saudi Arabia where he saw and got into the automotive scene. He started his career for an aviation company in the said region, writing about turbines and rotors which are later distributed for educational purposes. And now, he joined as a staff writer. Currently, he is the youngest on the team and is more than ready to grow in the field.


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