We know you're dying to read more about the next-generation Ford Everest. The over 16,000 Facebook shares of our "photo gallery" on the midsize SUV only a day after its global reveal in China in November last year are proof of that.
Now, while we're all waiting for the all-new Everest to become commercially available, Ford Asia Pacific has released a video documenting the SUV's capability in tackling different kinds of terrain. With its Terrain Management System--which alters the vehicle's throttle response, transmission, intelligent four-wheel-drive system, and traction control through a dial--the next-gen Everest is capable of going from the tarmac onto loose surfaces like snow and sand, as well as crawling over rocks. It even has a manually lockable transfer case in low-range four-wheel-drive mode for the most extreme off-road environment.
Check out the video below of the all-new Ford Everest conquering different kinds of terrain "at the turn of a dial."
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