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Exclusive: 2023 Ford Everest uncovered in renders of new-gen off-road wagon


Fed up waiting for an official reveal, we put our artists to work creating a render of the new Ford Everest, giving us the best look yet at Ford’s new 4WD wagon.

Following a string of teasers for the new Ford Ranger, Chasing Cars artists have put together a render of the new-generation Everest that will share the same platform.

Alongside this render, deputy editor Nathan Ponchard detailed Ford Australia’s decision to preference a new Everest rather than import the instant cult-hit Bronco 4WD down under.

Ford Ranger 2022 front 3/4 driving
The Everest render is based on a series of teasers for the related Ranger and other spy shots

With the next Ranger and Everest likely to be more of a strong facelift than an all-new product, Ford’s next 4WD wagon will offer a similar experience but with some key differences.

This is represented in our render, which keeps similar dimensions to the current model but with more gruff styling, as we’ve seen in recent Ranger teaser images and leaks – plus shots of the next Everest testing in Europe.

At the front, we expect the 2023 Everest the wear a slightly smoother face to the new Ranger, which, itself, echoes the styling of the F-150 full-sized ute with its huge C-shaped headlights.

More American influence can be seen in the front bumper which features styling cues pulled from the Expedition with an underbody bash plate cut into a bulldog-like jaw shape.

Ford Everest Sport 2020 front 3/4
The next Ford Everest is on the way and should arrive with an aggressive new look

Sitting at all four corners are chunky Goodyear Wrangler tyres to harness the improved four-wheel drive capability of the new-gen Everest, which will help it take on newer rivals such as the Isuzu MU-X.

Black rims provide an ominous presence, a theme which is carried over the mirrors, hefty side steps and the blacked-out grille complete with LED daytime running lights through the middle.

If you want to see more renders like this go check out our article on the Kia ute, where we give a full explainer on the current status of the highly-anticipated Korean off roader.