Ford MyEndeavor Alterrain Adventure National Geographic Channel telecast in May 2013

Ford MyEndeavor Alterrain Adventure National Geographic Channel telecast in May 2013. Endeavor Alterrain edition comes with a host of comfort features and outstanding interior embellishments that set the vehicle apart.

L-R- Vinay Piparsania, Executive director, Marketing Sales and Service, Ford India_ Gul Panag_ Vijendra Singh_ Rajeev Khandelwal_ Nagesh Kukunoor, Chetan Bhagat

Ford has introduced a new adventure driving series in conjuncture with national Geographic Channel. The five part driving adventure will see a total of five persons participate in the Ford Endeavor Alterrain Edition. These adventures will be telecast on the National Geographic Channel from May 2013 at prime time once a week with repeats on two occasions during the week. The five participants are put through the rigors of taking the new MyEndeavor Edition on a thrilling adventure.

Chetan Bhagat-writer, Nagesh Kukunoor-film maker, Vijender Singh-Boxing champion, Gul Panag-actress and Rajeev Khandelwal-actor will be taking the new Ford Endeavor on this journey across diverse terrains while reveling in the luxurious and comfortable confines of the Endeavor Alterrain Edition. Endeavor Alterrain edition comes with a host of comfort features and outstanding interior embellishments that set the vehicle apart. The vehicle sports the latest in technology with touch enabled satellite navigation system, reversing camera and a new audio control. Exteriors are rugged though well-appointed and are seen with a number of alloy accents and chrome trims

While Nagesh Kukunoor plans on completing his road trip he started off in 1995, Vijender Singh has plans on taking the Endeavor to Rajasthan and onto the Indo Pak Border Post and sing for the Indian Jawans. Chetan Bhagat is to drive to Junagarh in Gujarat where he wishes to meet with the countries only African tribe. Gul Panag will explore coastal Karnataka and drive on to Goa and Hampi. Rajeev Khandelwal will explore the hills of Dibrugarh and Assam and come down to Pasighat in Andhra Pradesh.