Second-gen Territory will be available from April in Australia and features exterior tweaks
10 February 2011

Ford has unveiled its new Territory SUV for the Australian market.

Ford has unveiled its new Territory SUV for the Australian market.

The second-gen model features new styling cues – carried over from the company’s kinetic design language – to create a vehicle that embodies the "strength and power of a traditional SUV, while having the prestige, agility and nimbleness of a sporting saloon", the company claims.

See the official pics of the new Ford Territory SUV

Most noticeable changes to the Territory include its new trapezoid-shaped main grille and revised front and rear headlamps. Top-end Titanium variants get LED lights as standard.

The interior remains largely unchanged, but does feature a new eight-inch touch screen for its audio system, telephone and climate control. The overall seating layout remains the same as a five or seven seater.

The Territory will be available to buy in Australia from April, although Ford hasn’t revealed any details of pricing or powertrains yet.

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