2020 FORD EXPLORER DESIGN
Ever since the Ford Explorer launched in 1991, it has gone on a wild spree of success. With almost 8 million units sold worldwide, it has the Ford Explorer is the best selling SUV of all time. The latest model of the Explorer is currently the best selling three-row SUV in the market beating competition from Honda, Toyota, and GM. The all-new 2020 Ford Explorer will go on full display at the Detroit auto show next week. From the exterior design, it’s very obvious this SUV has a new look and a facelift. The new look which separates it from previous models. It has a new grille and light housings which gives it a bold new look.
Thanks to a new 6.3-inch longer wheelbase that Ford says gives the new Explorer best-in-class first- and second-row hip room and second- and third-row headroom. The rear of this car looks like the rear of the Toyota 4runner and looks quite rugged for a Ford.
2020 FORD EXPLORER TECH and interior
The interior of the Ford Explorer 2020 is crammed to the brim with tech. It comes with heated and cooled massaging seats up front. Not to mention the individual climate controls and the Panoramic sunroof. Furthermore, it has an updated Sync 3 system with an 8-inch touchscreen, Wi-Fi hotspot for up to 10 devices, Apple CarPlay, and Android Auto capabilities.
It also has a 10.1-inch portrait touchscreen interface and also a 14-speaker B&O audio setup. To spice things up a lot more, the car offers a wireless charge pad up front, up to three 12-volt outlets, two USB-A, and two USB-C ports. In the safety department, it has a forward collision warning with automatic emergency braking as well as blind-spot monitoring. That’s not all, it has a lane-keep assist and rear cross-traffic alert. The intelligent adaptive cruise control with traffic sign recognition, reverse brake assist and a 360-degree camera all comes standard.
Under the hood
The new Ford Explorer now comes with a 2.3-liter turbocharged four with 300 horsepower and 310 pound-feet of torque. This means that the old 3.5-liter V6 is no more. The engine comes with a 10-speed automatic transmission routing power to rear wheels. Ford says the new 2020 Ford Explorer promises better fuel economy than before.
The high-end Platinum model packs a 3.0-liter twin-turbocharged V6 with 365 horses, a stout 380 pound-feet of torque, all-wheel drive and 5,600-pound tow capacity. The base price for the 2020 Ford Explorer will be $33,860.