Ford has launched the new Endeavour Sport in India today priced at ₹ 35.10 lakh (all prices ex-showroom, Delhi) and it will be offered only in the range-topping Titanium 4×4 variant. The 2020 Ford Endeavour Sport is actually the American carmaker’s attempt to make this massive SUV look a bit sportier on the outside, by means of some cosmetic updates. Essentially, the company has blacked out majority of the chrome elements on the new Ford Endeavour.
The most noticeable update on the outside is the new all-black grille which also gets a new honeycomb mesh now and replaces the chrome unit seen on the regular Endeavour. The grille is flanked by smoked LED headlights that remain unchanged in terms of layout and below you see ann end-to-end black bumper insert.
It also gets a set of new black alloy wheels, along with black wing mirrors and matching black roof rails which go well with the scheme. In addition to that, there is the ‘Sport’ decal on the rear door and at the rear it comes with a black applique with the Endeavour lettering. There is the end-to-end black bumper insert at the rear as well, which is finished in silver on the regular Endeavour. That said, you continue to get the chrome door handles on the Endeavour Sport and we would have liked them getting the black treatment as well.
On the inside, the Ford Endeavour Sport identical to what we saw in the facelift earlier this year, though we were expecting an all-black treatment here as well as it would have really gone with its Sporty demeanour that you see from the outside. It will continue to come with the same beige and black dual-tone interior with matching beige upholstery.
In terms of features, it will continue to get the panoramic sunroof, rear parking camera with auto park assist, automatic climate control, and a touchscreen infotainment system with Ford’s SYNC3, Apple CarPlay and Android Auto among others. The Ford Endeavour also features the carmaker’s new Ford Pass connected tech.
The Ford Endeavour remains unchanged mechanically as well. Under the hood, even the Sport trim will continue with the 2-litre, four-cylinder, diesel engine that is tuned to churn out 168 bhp and develop 420 Nm peak torque and is mated to Ford’s brand new 10-speed torque converter automatic transmission and gets all the four-wheel drive (4WD) mechanical like a 4×4 off-road transfer case, differential lock and traction modes among others. Ford will sell the Endeavour Sport alongside the regular variants.