January 13, 2019
Here, at Team Ford, we are excited to give you a glance into the latest vehicle that Ford is offering to consumers: the 2020 Ford Explorer. From our first glimpses, the 2020 Ford Explorer will definitely serve as an extremely reliable, dependable SUV that is perfect for anyone interested in a mid-size SUV.
On the outside, the 2020 features an exterior grille that serves as the focal point. With bold, eye-popping colors, the Explorer can be completely customized to fit the design vision that you are hoping for. With a sleek, sloping roofline and handsome-styling, the Explorer ticks all of our design boxes and many more. With a modern flair, the Explorer is sure to be eye-catching, and it will stand out on any city street. However, the Explorer absolutely pops on the inside. With a styling that is best characterized as elegant simplicity, the dashboard features an all-digital instrument cluster that will change in appearance depending on the driving mode that you have selected. Further, every trim level arrives with an 8-inch center-mounted infotainment touch-screen. With Wi-Fi that will support 10 devices, the dash is even Apple CarPlay and Android Auto compatible. Overall, it is clear that the 2020 Ford Explorer has been radically redesigned with functionality and style in mind.
As for safety, the Explorer will arrive with the standard suite of safety features, including: automatic emergency braking with pedestrian detection, forward-collision warning, blind-spot warning, lane-keeping assist, and cross-traffic alert. All of these elements are collectively known as Ford Co-Pilot 360. However, Ford is sure to reveal several other innovative safety features. For example, some suggest that Ford will offer a built-in lens cleaner on the rearview camera.
One of the newest features released in the Explorer is its extended off-roading capability. By crafting a newer-take on the Explorer that is much more reliable, it will further appeal to the masses. Plus, it will easily transition between any terrain.
We have also gathered that the Explorer will be offered to consumers with options between two standard, gasoline engines. The first is a 2.3-liter turbocharged four-cylinder that produces 300 horsepower. This is a significant improvement over past Explorers. If you are looking for more get-up-and-go, you can also choose a 3.0-liter, twin-turbocharged V6 that produces over 365 horsepower. Plus, you can also choose between seven, distinct drive modes such as: sport, slippery, tow/haul, eco, trail, and normal. Some are even suggesting that a hybrid model of the 2020 Ford Explorer will be added in the near future.
Ultimately, the 2020 Ford Explorer will definitely be a dependable, rugged SUV that can power through any terrain. Once it releases, be sure to stay tuned with Team Ford in order to learn more about this unique, innovative SUV.
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