This is the new Ford Territory and if you have never heard of it that’s probably because it’s an Australian-designed-and-developed SUV.
This large and manly Sport Utility is far more functional, agricultural, than your typical BMW X5 or Range Rover. Despite this, Ford engineers tried to give it a sophisticated presence using kinetic design language. Of course they were not allowed to make it look too like Ford Europe’s products.
The new Ford Territory’s fundamental interior architecture remains unchanged and starts with its seven-seat “theatre-style” seating layout (standard fitment on Titanium and TS, optional at extra cost on TX). Each of the three variants – TX, TS and Titanium – receives unique cabin treatments taken from new Territory’s kinetic design DNA. Customers will instantly feel at home with the clearly visible Ford design language obvious in the new Ford Territory’s enhanced interior space.
Ford has not yet confirmed technical specs of the car, but it’ll get a TDCi V6 engine.