Sources close to Ford's global development team cited by Autoindustriya have said the 2015 Everest will be unveiled on November 14.

Sources close to Ford's global development team cited by Autoindustriya have said the 2015 Everest will be unveiled on November 14.

Previewed by a namesake concept, the vehicle will reportedly ride on the same platform as the Ranger but with a Watts link coil spring rear suspension and will be available in both 4x2 and 4x4 configurations. Power is expected to come from an inline-four 2.2-liter TDCI engine as well as from a larger inline-five 3.2-liter TDCI motor which will work exclusively with a 4x4 system.

Both turbodiesel engines will be tweaked to develop more power than they do now, with the 2.2-liter currently being rated at 150 HP (110 kW) whereas the 3.2-liter produces 200 HP (147 kW). Both updated engines will also find their way under the hood of the upcoming 2015 Ranger facelift.

As far as the interior is concerned, the 2015 Ford Everest will have a cabin derived from the 2015 F-150 and pack the company's new SYNC 2 system with an eight-inch touchscreen display. Ford has already promised the interior is going to provide "plenty of space for family and friends."

Back in August we heard the automaker saying the 2015 Everest is the "most comprehensively researched vehicle Ford has ever created in the Asia-Pacific region" and will turn out to be a "tough and powerful off-road SUV with the flexibility, features, and comfortable and dynamic on-road feel required for everyday driving." Moreover, the Blue Oval company promises it will have one of the lowest drag coefficients in its segment.

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