Ford has made serious and innovative changes it all new Ford Explorer 2020. The Ford Explorer 2020 has been redesigned with special features, new technology and creature comforts SUV owners have come to expect. Well, these features includes Ford Co-Pilot 360, provides driver assistance to avoid accidents. In addition, Ford increased the towing capacity by 66 percent while making the Explorer lighter and more fuel efficient. According to the Ford, this new explorer will make huge impact in the field of SUVs vehicles.
When talking about its new look, it gives you’re a fresh feel. The current model, the all-new Explorer really is all-new. It’s built on a new rear-wheel-drive architecture that gives it a characteristic look, as well as more pulling capacity and more room inside.
Ford Explorer 2020
Ford’s explorer always has been their best and most purchased vehicle. The new design and style comes after almost eight years. This new Explorer should be quite refined on the road. With its uni-body construction, a new 10-speed automatic transmission, and a long list of standard comfort and convenience features. Ford claims the new Explorer is with more passenger space, as all seats folded. The Ford Explorer 2020 with the available second-row bench can fit four-foot-wide building materials flat on the floor for the first time ever.
The 2020 Explorer has five trim levels: base, XLT, Limited, ST, and Platinum. On the other hand, the standard kit has pre-collision warning, automated emergency braking with pedestrian detection. Not only that but for it has warning alerts for, blind-spot warning, rear cross-traffic alert, lane-departure warning, and automatic headlamps. While, the Ford-Pass Connect app allows the driver to lock, unlock, and start the car using a smartphone.
Coming to the engine turbocharged 2.3-liter Eco-Boost inline-four returns as the base engine, but output increases from today’s 280 horsepower to 300. And it is with torque remaining at 310 lb-ft.
Not only that, the other model of new Ford Explorer 2020 has 3.0-liter Eco-Boost V-6 replaces the previous 3.5-liter unit. It makes the same 365 horses along with 380 lb-ft of torque, versus 350 for the previous turbo V-6. It also mates 10-speed automatic and sees an increase in towing capacity, to 5600 pounds.