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With the release date of the 2015 Ford Everest closing in, freshly leaked images continue to flood in as the car maker prepares to begin full-scale production of the upcoming full-size SUV.

These latest images – published on a Vietnamese automotive website – show what appears to be a high-specification Ford Everest in right-hand-drive production trim.

Finished in a light blue colour, the Everest seen here features front and rear parking sensors, along with side parking sensors.

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Side parking sensors are often used for semi-automatic parking, along with blind-spot detection. Bi-xenon headlights with washers also appear to be fitted to this high-specification vehicle.

The Ford Everest will launch with Ford’s Sync 2 multimedia system that brings with it a host of features, some of which are currently seen in the latest FG-X Ford Falcon.

These features include digital radio, satellite navigation and WiFi hotspots within the car for ease of connectivity.

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Under the bodywork, the Everest retains the Ranger’s front suspension, but switches a leaf-sprung rear-end for a solid rear axle with coil springs and a Watts linkage. The Everest also gets four-wheel disc brakes, instead of the commercial pickup’s rear drums.

As confirmed by Ford last year, Everest was benchmarked against other serious four-wheel drives such as the Toyota Land Cruiser PradoMitsubishi Pajero and Nissan Patrol.

The Ford Everest goes on sale later this year and is expected to be priced from $45,000 – $50,000.




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