Ever wonder if your Ford Everest would look meaner with a front end inspired by the F-150 Raptor? Well, wonder no more.

Conceived by the folks over at TTN Hypersport, the same Bangkok-based company known for transforming the Ranger bakkie into an F-150 clone, the kit can be fitted to the current-generation Everest (so, models built from late-2015 onwards).

The package is dominated by that F-150-style front end, which includes oversized fenders, a new bonnet, a revised grille (complete with bold "Ford" lettering), new headlamps and a redesigned bumper. Wider rear fenders have also been added, along with a new rear bumper. The taillamps, however, appear to be unchanged.

From what we can tell, there’s also a broader options list that includes items such as F-150-style side mirrors, Baja-style roof lighting, various alloy wheel designs (wrapped in off-road rubber, of course) and even a Fox suspension upgrade.

As far as we know, TTN Hypersport doesn’t offer powertrain upgrades for the Everest. For the record, the body-on-frame SUV is offered with as many as four oil-burning engine options locally; a 2,2 TDCi, a 2,0 SiT, a 2,0 BiT and a 3,2 TDCi.

Original article from Car