Ford Ranger-Based Everest SUV Looks Bad To The Bone In Off-Road Spec

In Australia, SUV buyers can purchase a vehicle called the Ford Everest. In India, the same machine is called the Ford Endeavor. Its body-on-frame bases are based on the Ford Ranger, which is certainly well known in the United States. The specific vehicle you see here is affectionately called Idumban, and frankly, whatever you call it because, well, Check it out.

This modified people mover seems ready to devour anything in its path. From the short video by ZealCreations Official channel on YouTube, this is the first creation of this type to be honored roads landscape of India. This is not a kit that you can buy from a tuner. An Instagram account called idumban.v claims to be the owner of this unique machine, which was apparently quite expensive to build as well. In addition to the video saying it’s the first such Endeavor in India, the Instagram account says it’s also the most expensive.

Judging by the looks of it, we have no doubt that a coin was spent on its development. Not all of the details are known, but the video description lists a 12-step adjustable nitrogen suspension that raises the SUV seven inches above its original ride height. The beefy 35-inch off-road tires further contribute to this cause, eliminating the 20-inch Fuel Ambush wheels. Eight-inch fender flares give the tires clearance and, to add extra aggressiveness to the styling, a Raptor X body kit and carbon fiber hood provide a definitive makeover of the Raptor. A snorkel positioned above the roof punctuates the Idumban conversion.

Watching the video and browsing the photos on Instagram, we can see that there is a little more to build than what the description says. Additional lights adorn the exterior and the undercarriage appears to have extra protection with skid plates. We hear a rumbling V8 in the video, but that could just be part of the soundtrack, as the 3.2 badges are still clearly visible on the fenders, indicating the 3.2-liter inline-five diesel engine offered. for the Endeavor.

Oddly enough, this specific SUV wears prominent Everest badges despite the video and Instagram posts calling it Endeavor. Given how incredibly harsh this thing looks, we’re not going to be criticizing its name from a distance. Instead, we’ll just call it awesome.

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