2023 Ford Everest specs: Every model in detail, pricing to follow


Ford has released initial details for every model in the new Ford Everest line-up; pricing to follow in the coming weeks.


The 2023 Ford Everest will be available in four variants when it arrives in Australian showrooms from the second half of this year, pending any delays.

The new line-up will start with the Ford Everest Ambiente and Ford Everest Trend (both model grades available in 4×2 and 4×4), and then climb to the Ford Everest Sport and Ford Everest Platinium (both exclusively 4×4).


Prices are due to be announced in the coming weeks, however dealers have already begun accepting deposits “pending price and test drive”.

All models in the 2023 Ford Everest range have a braked towing capacity of 3500kg (up from today’s 3100kg).


The list of ARB accessories – and their prices – is yet to be announced, however reports on social media claim this information will be released a week from today, on 5 May 2022.

The current 3.2-litre five-cylinder turbo diesel has been dropped.

The new standard engine – previously optional – is the twin-turbo 2.0-litre four-cylinder diesel (154kW/500Nm) backed by a 10-speed auto.


Although it’s the same combination available as an option in today’s Ford Everest, Ford says there have been further refinements to this drivetrain for the new model.

For the first time in the Ford Everest, a single-turbo 3.0-litre V6 diesel (184kW/600Nm, pictured above) will be available – also backed by a 10-speed auto – in Sport and Platinum model grades.


All new Ford Everest variants come with an 8.0-inch digital instrument cluster – and a 10.1-inch or a 12-inch infotainment screen, depending on the model grade.

As with the new Ford Ranger ute on which the new Ford Everest is based, the steering wheel finally has height and reach adjustment – despite its predecessor only offering tilt adjustments.

All models also come with a full suite of advanced safety tech, including nine airbags (including a centre airbag between the front seats) and crash avoidance systems such as blind zone warning and rear cross-traffic alert.

The limited information shared by Ford Australia so far appears in the screenshots below.

Meantime, a complete list of features released so far – line-by-line and model-by-model – appears below.

2023 Ford Everest Ambiente


• 3500kg Towing

• LED (Reflector) Headlamps

• LED Daytime Running Lamps

• Front foglamps

• LED tail lights

• Side steps (black)

• Auto power fold exterior mirrors

• Volumetric alarm

• Rain sensor wipers

• Manual tailgate

• Steel underbody protection (4×4 only)

• Front tow hooks (two)


• 17-inch alloy wheels, 17-inch steel spare

• All season tyres


5 seats standard (7 seats optional)

• 8-Way driver seat manual adjustment, 4-Way

passenger seat manual adjustment

• Fabric seat trim

• Floor mat (driver only)

• Auto dimming mirror

• Pull-out cup holders

• Reach and height adjust steering wheel

• Open storage shelf

• Smart keyless entry / push-button start

• Dual zone air-conditioning

• Vinyl soft console lid


• 10.1-inch colour touchscreen

• 8.0-inch digital instrument cluster

• Embedded modem

• Wireless Apple CarPlay/Android Auto

• Wireless phone charging

• 8-speaker audio

• Built-in navigation / traffic information / digital radio

• Sync 4

• Voice assistant

• Remote start via FordPass

Safety/Driver assistance tech

• 9 Airbags with centre airbag and driver/passenger knee

• Collision mitigation (AEB, Reverse Brake Assist and Post Impact Braking, Lane Keep Assist, Lane Departure Warning, Driver Alert)

• Front and rear parking sensors

• Blind spot warning / rear cross traffic alert and trailer coverage

• Digital reverse camera

• Auto headlights / auto-dipping high beam

Engine and transmission

• 2.0L twin-turbo diesel (including stop-start)

• 10-speed automatic

• Automatic shifter conventional mechanical (4×2), e-Shifter (4×4)

• Electronic parking brake

• Electronic brake booster

• ABS, EBD, Roll Stability Control, Hill Start Assist

• Locking Rear Diff (4×4 models)

• Full-Time 4WD (4×4 model only)

• Selectable Drive Modes, Push Button 4×2 and 4×4

2023 Ford Everest Trend (in addition to or in place of the above)


• Privacy glass on rear windows

• Power tailgate (not handsfree)

• Heated auto power fold mirrors with puddle lamps


• 18-inch Alloy Wheels and matching spare


• Leather accented seats

• 7-seats standard

• 8-way power driver seat

• Leather wrapped steering wheel

• Floor mats (driver and passenger)

• Second upper glove box in lieu of open shelf


• 12-inch Colour Touchscreen

Engine and Transmission

• 2.0L Twin-turbo diesel (including stop-start)

• 10-speed automatic

• Automatic shifter conventional mechanical (4×2), e-Shifter (4×4)

• Off-road screen (4×4 model only)

• Selectable drive modes: push button (4×2), rotary dial 4×4 (additional off-road modes – Sand, Mud / Ruts)

2023 Ford Everest Sport (in addition to or in place of the above)


• Black exterior accents

• Handsfree power tailgate

• 3D bonnet lettering (black)


• 20-inch black alloy wheels and matching spare


• Unique leather accented seats with

‘SPORT’ embossing

• Unique interior colour accents

• 10-Way driver power seat with memory,

8-way power passenger seat

• Heated and cooled front seats


• 10 speaker audio

Engine and Transmission

• 3.0L V6 turbo diesel 10-speed automatic, full-time 4WD

• E-Shifter

• Electronic park brake

2023 Ford Everest Platinum (in addition to or in place of the above)


• Satin chrome exterior accents

• Matrix LED headlights with auto levelling

• Dual panel power-operated panoramic sunroof

• Silver roof rails

• Tyre pressure monitoring system

• Zone lighting

• Plastic underbody protection (steel protection No-Cost-Option in conjunction with optional 18-inch Alloy Wheels with AT tyres)

• 21-inch alloy wheels and matching spare

• All season tyres


• Satin chrome interior accents

• Leather accented quilted seats

• Heated second row seat

• Power folding third row seats

• Heated steering wheel

• Premium front and rear floor mats

• Ambient lighting


• 12.4-inch digital cluster

• Premium B&O Audio with 12 speakers

Safety/Driver assistance tech

• 360-degree camera

• Active Park Assist 2.0

Engine and Transmission

• 3.0L V6 turbo diesel 10-speed automatic with full-time 4WD

• E-Shifter

• Electronic park brake

Joshua Dowling has been a motoring journalist for more than 20 years, spending most of that time working for The Sydney Morning Herald (as motoring editor and one of the early members of the Drive team) and News Corp Australia. He joined CarAdvice / Drive in late 2018, and has been a World Car of the Year judge for 10 years.

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