The 2020 Ford Explorer is one of the best selling SUVs in the United States and the most popular among families. It offers a very spacious cabin, an attractive design and many modern features. In addition, it is also very pleasant to drive and comes with an AWD system.
2020 Ford Explorer should share a platform with the new Lincoln Aviator. This means that the system is probably based on rear wheel drive, with all wheel drive available as an option. The CD6 platform has also been designed to accommodate front wheel drive models, but Ford is not following suit with the new 2020 Ford Explorer. This is because a teaser image published by Ford shows an SUV whose axis-axis ratio is longer, suggesting that the engine will be mounted longitudinally. The proportions also appear to be similar to the rear wheel drive concept (pictured above), with an angled roof and pronounced size.
2020 Ford Explorer can change platforms, but it should still provide enough space for the whole family. Expect the new version to continue seating for seven (or maybe eight) passengers, since the Aviator concept has shown that it has plenty of room for a third row. Look for a more spacious cabin, as well as a layout that uses space more efficiently than the current explorer. The expedition will remain significantly larger, but when the redesigned 2020 Ford Explorer arrives, families who are considering switching to the highly qualified Full Sizer might realize they do not need it. When Ford redesigned the 2020 Ford Explorer for the last time, Adaptive Cruise Control was generally a feature reserved for luxury vehicles, and reversing cameras were a common option. Nowadays, adaptive cruise control is standard on the Toyota Corolla and every new car is sold with a backup camera. For Ford to remain competitive, he expects the 2020 Ford Explorer to be full of technology. Co-Pilot 360, Ford’s active safety feature set, should be offered, but probably not standard. Look for the latest version of Sync to provide impressive connectivity.
The current model is available with three engines and we assume that the 2020 Ford Explorer should also offer the same engines but updated. The first is a 3.5 liter V6 that can generate 290 hp and 255 lb / ft of torque. This device is available in basic and XLT versions. With front wheel drive, it gets 17/24 mpg while with AWD it has a power of 16/22 mpg. There is also a 2.3 liter turbocharged 4 cylinder engine that sits on the base, the XLT version and the limited version. This engine has a power of 280 hp and a torque of 310 lb-ft. In terms of fuel economy, this engine gets 19/27 mpg connected to the front wheels, and the AWD version gets 18/25 mpg. The latter is a 3.5 liter V6 engine with a double turbocharger of 365 horsepower and a torque of 350 lb-ft. This is used in Sport and Platinum models. It comes only with four wheel drive and gets 16/22 mpg. All engines operate with a six speed automatic transmission. In addition, the new 2020 Ford Explorer ST that could replace the Sport version is also announced. However, we still do not have accurate information. In addition, it is likely that the 2020 Ford Explorer is also available with a hybrid engine.
The 2020 Ford Explorer is expected to be available early in 2019. The initial price is expected to be around $ 30,000, while the highest prices would be $ 50,000.