Ford Australia has confirmed the successor for the Territory SUV, which will be phased out after it ceased local manufacturing operations last year. An all-new Ford Endura will serve as its replacement, and is set to make its debut in 2018, according to a video post on the company’s official Facebook page.

Known as the Edge in other markets, an SUV that has been on sale in markets outside Australia since 2015, the Endura will likely debut as a mid-life facelift of that model at next year’s Detroit Auto Show.

According to CarsGuide, the reasoning behind using the Endura nameplate as opposed to the Edge, is due to Toyota Australia’s use of ‘Edge’ on special editions of the Corolla, Yaris and RAV4 from 2000 to 2009. In any case, Endura is a shortened version of the word ‘endurance’, and will join other Ford SUV models that start with the letter ‘E’ – EcoSport, Escape and Everest.

The Endura will reportedly arrive as a five-seater (China gets a seven-seat version), powered by the 2.0-litre TDCi diesel engine like the one offered in the United Kingdom. The Territory can be had with a 2.7 litre turbodiesel V6 or 4.0 litre in-line six-cylinder petrol engine.