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Australian Designed and Engineered Special Edition Ford Everest BaseCamp Back by Popular Demand; Everest Sport Now Available in RWD
12/11/2020
  • Everest BaseCamp Special Edition is adventure ready, with new styling and comprehensive features

  • Popular, athletically styled Everest Sport now available in RWD

  • Driveaway pricing currently available on all Everest variants from launch

MELBOURNE, November 12, 2020 – With more and more Australians taking road trips and choosing off-roading adventures, the Ford Everest makes the perfect companion. Designed and engineered in Australia, the Everest is the perfect choice for unique bush and outback terrain, and Australian car buyers now have two new models to choose from; the special edition Everest BaseCamp and Everest Sport in rear wheel drive (RWD), along with the Everest Trend and Titanium models sporting a new look grille.

“We know the travel habits of Australians are changing in the wake of COVID-19, and more and more Aussies will be looking for road trip adventures. The Everest offers a smooth ride on the highway, plus genuine off-road, off-the-beaten track capability,” said Andrew Birkic, President and CEO, Ford Australia and New Zealand. “Now, with the Everest BaseCamp Special Edition and Everest Sport in rear wheel drive, we’re offering more choice for our customers to take to the roads in vehicles that have been designed and engineered in Australia to make discovering our great country easy, safe and comfortable.”

Everest BaseCamp

Back by popular demand, the Everest BaseCamp features bold new styling and a rugged appeal that matches Everest’s outstanding off-road capabilities. The limited run of 450 vehicles are based on the Everest Trend 4x4 3.2L and 2.0L Bi-Turbo variants and come with a raft of features designed to make discovering the great Australian outdoors easier. The Ford Everest BaseCamp Special Edition, priced at an additional $2200manufacturer's list price including fitment, represents $6000 of value and includes the following:

  • 76mm Diameter Black Nudge Bar
  • Ford Licensed LED Light Bar
  • Ford Genuine Snorkel
  • Black Roof-mounted Carry Bars
  • Pioneer Platform
  • Genuine Sunseeker Awning
  • Ford Genuine Tow Bar rated to 3,000kg (3.2L) and 3,100kg (Bi-Turbo)

The confident styling includes BaseCamp decals on both front doors, bolder grey painted grill, front bumper skid, rear bumper skid, fender vents and wheels. Everest BaseCamp will be available in Australian showrooms from mid-December.

Everest Sport

The popular Everest Sport is an athletic, uniquely styled, highly-capable vehicle and following a successful launch of the 4WD model in 2019, is now available in RWD. Featuring the same 2.0L Bi-Turbo powertrain delivering 157kW/500Nm, Everest Sport’s premium appeal is enhanced by:

  • 20” black painted alloy wheels
  • Black painted mesh grille
  • Black front and rear bumper
  • Black tailgate applique
  • Black roof rails
  • Black exterior mirrors
  • ‘SPORT’ decals on real lift gate and vehicle side and embossed on the leather front seats
  • 3D ‘EVEREST’ nameplate hood badge
  • Soft top instrument panel with unique capital blue stitching
  • 3,100kg towing capability

Ford Everest Sport and Everest BaseCamp: Adventure ready with safety in mind
The Ford Everest has a five-star ANCAP safety rating, and the Sport and BaseCamp continue to offer a substantial suite of safety and Driver Assist TechnologyNewsroom Driver-assist features to Australian customers and their passengers.

In addition to seven airbags, which includes full-length curtain airbags that provide coverage to the third-row occupants, standard equipment on the 2021.25MY Ford Everest Sport and Everest BaseCamp includes:

  • Autonomous Emergency Braking with Pedestrian DetectionNewsroom Driver-assist features
  • Lane Keeping Aid with Driver Alert System
  • Traffic Sign Recognition
  • Automatic High Beam
  • Rear View Camera
  • Rear Parking Sensors
  • Cruise Control with adjustable speed limiter
  • Dynamic Stability Control (DSC) incorporating ABS, Load Adaptive Control, Roll Over Mitigation, Traction Control and Trailer Sway Control
  • Emergency Assistanceactivates fuel pump

New look grille on Everest Trend and Titanium

A design update on the grille of the 2021.25MY Everest Trend and Titanium offers a fresh, premium and more modern appearance. Both variants will feature a chrome grille with grey mesh, with the Titanium also coming with ‘EVEREST’ in 3D lettering on the hood.

Driveaway Pricing on the full Everest range

Driveaway pricing is available on Everest BaseCamp and Everest Sport from launch, meaning the entire Everest range has a highly competitive offer available.

Everest Sport RWD and Everest BaseCamp Launch Driveaway Pricing:

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About Ford Motor Company
Ford Motor Company (NYSE: F) is a global company based in Dearborn, Michigan. The company designs, manufactures, markets and services a full line of Ford cars, trucks, SUVs, electrified vehicles and Lincoln luxury vehicles, provides financial services through Ford Motor Credit Company and is pursuing leadership positions in electrification; mobility solutions, including self-driving services; and connected services. Ford employs approximately 188,000 people worldwide. For more information regarding Ford, its products and Ford Motor Credit Company, please visit corporate.ford.com

About Ford Australia 

Ford Motor Company of Australia Limited (Ford Australia) is a subsidiary of Ford Motor Company, founded in Geelong, Victoria, in 1925. The company designs, engineers, and imports award-winning and best-selling cars, SUVs and trucks. Australia is a key product development hub for Ford, with the company investing more than $1.9 billion in research and development in Australia between 2016-19. More than $500 million of investment is planned for 2020. Ford is Australia’s largest automotive employer, with more than 2000 engineers, designers, technical, automotive and other specialists working at four locations across Victoria. Australia-based engineers and designers lead the development of award-winning vehicles such as the Ford Ranger pickup and Everest SUV.

  • Everest BaseCamp Special Edition is adventure ready, with new styling and comprehensive features

  • Popular, athletically styled Everest Sport now available in RWD

  • Driveaway pricing currently available on all Everest variants from launch

MELBOURNE, November 12, 2020 – With more and more Australians taking road trips and choosing off-roading adventures, the Ford Everest makes the perfect companion. Designed and engineered in Australia, the Everest is the perfect choice for unique bush and outback terrain, and Australian car buyers now have two new models to choose from; the special edition Everest BaseCamp and Everest Sport in rear wheel drive (RWD), along with the Everest Trend and Titanium models sporting a new look grille.

“We know the travel habits of Australians are changing in the wake of COVID-19, and more and more Aussies will be looking for road trip adventures. The Everest offers a smooth ride on the highway, plus genuine off-road, off-the-beaten track capability,” said Andrew Birkic, President and CEO, Ford Australia and New Zealand. “Now, with the Everest BaseCamp Special Edition and Everest Sport in rear wheel drive, we’re offering more choice for our customers to take to the roads in vehicles that have been designed and engineered in Australia to make discovering our great country easy, safe and comfortable.”

Everest BaseCamp

Back by popular demand, the Everest BaseCamp features bold new styling and a rugged appeal that matches Everest’s outstanding off-road capabilities. The limited run of 450 vehicles are based on the Everest Trend 4x4 3.2L and 2.0L Bi-Turbo variants and come with a raft of features designed to make discovering the great Australian outdoors easier. The Ford Everest BaseCamp Special Edition, priced at an additional $2200manufacturer's list price  including fitment, represents $6000 of value and includes the following:

  • 76mm Diameter Black Nudge Bar
  • Ford Licensed LED Light Bar
  • Ford Genuine Snorkel
  • Black Roof-mounted Carry Bars
  • Pioneer Platform
  • Genuine Sunseeker Awning
  • Ford Genuine Tow Bar rated to 3,000kg (3.2L) and 3,100kg (Bi-Turbo)

The confident styling includes BaseCamp decals on both front doors, bolder grey painted grill, front bumper skid, rear bumper skid, fender vents and wheels. Everest BaseCamp will be available in Australian showrooms from mid-December.

Everest Sport

The popular Everest Sport is an athletic, uniquely styled, highly-capable vehicle and following a successful launch of the 4WD model in 2019, is now available in RWD. Featuring the same 2.0L Bi-Turbo powertrain delivering 157kW/500Nm, Everest Sport’s premium appeal is enhanced by:

  • 20” black painted alloy wheels
  • Black painted mesh grille
  • Black front and rear bumper
  • Black tailgate applique
  • Black roof rails
  • Black exterior mirrors
  • ‘SPORT’ decals on real lift gate and vehicle side and embossed on the leather front seats
  • 3D ‘EVEREST’ nameplate hood badge
  • Soft top instrument panel with unique capital blue stitching
  • 3,100kg towing capability

Ford Everest Sport and Everest BaseCamp: Adventure ready with safety in mind
The Ford Everest has a five-star ANCAP safety rating, and the Sport and BaseCamp continue to offer a substantial suite of safety and Driver Assist TechnologyNewsroom Driver-assist features to Australian customers and their passengers.

In addition to seven airbags, which includes full-length curtain airbags that provide coverage to the third-row occupants, standard equipment on the 2021.25MY Ford Everest Sport and Everest BaseCamp includes:

  • Autonomous Emergency Braking with Pedestrian DetectionNewsroom Driver-assist features
  • Lane Keeping Aid with Driver Alert System
  • Traffic Sign Recognition
  • Automatic High Beam
  • Rear View Camera
  • Rear Parking Sensors
  • Cruise Control with adjustable speed limiter
  • Dynamic Stability Control (DSC) incorporating ABS, Load Adaptive Control, Roll Over Mitigation, Traction Control and Trailer Sway Control
  • Emergency Assistanceactivates fuel pump

New look grille on Everest Trend and Titanium

A design update on the grille of the 2021.25MY Everest Trend and Titanium offers a fresh, premium and more modern appearance. Both variants will feature a chrome grille with grey mesh, with the Titanium also coming with ‘EVEREST’ in 3D lettering on the hood.

Driveaway Pricing on the full Everest range

Driveaway pricing is available on Everest BaseCamp and Everest Sport from launch, meaning the entire Everest range has a highly competitive offer available.

Everest Sport RWD and Everest BaseCamp Launch Driveaway Pricing:

# # #

About Ford Motor Company
Ford Motor Company (NYSE: F) is a global company based in Dearborn, Michigan. The company designs, manufactures, markets and services a full line of Ford cars, trucks, SUVs, electrified vehicles and Lincoln luxury vehicles, provides financial services through Ford Motor Credit Company and is pursuing leadership positions in electrification; mobility solutions, including self-driving services; and connected services. Ford employs approximately 188,000 people worldwide. For more information regarding Ford, its products and Ford Motor Credit Company, please visit corporate.ford.com

About Ford Australia 

Ford Motor Company of Australia Limited (Ford Australia) is a subsidiary of Ford Motor Company, founded in Geelong, Victoria, in 1925. The company designs, engineers, and imports award-winning and best-selling cars, SUVs and trucks. Australia is a key product development hub for Ford, with the company investing more than $1.9 billion in research and development in Australia between 2016-19. More than $500 million of investment is planned for 2020. Ford is Australia’s largest automotive employer, with more than 2000 engineers, designers, technical, automotive and other specialists working at four locations across Victoria. Australia-based engineers and designers lead the development of award-winning vehicles such as the Ford Ranger pickup and Everest SUV.