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.
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.
These features include digital radio, satellite navigation and WiFi hotspots within the car for ease of connectivity.
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.
The Ford Everest goes on sale later this year and is expected to be priced from $45,000 – $50,000.